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GENERAL SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS. 

Office of the Secretary General, 

New York. 



December 20th, 1895. 

Messrs. Rukard Hurd, Charles Phelps Noyes, Clinton 
Brooks Sears, Fayette Washington Roe, George Henry 
Daggett, Charles Henry Whipple, Fielder Bowie Chew, 
Edward Payson Ingersoll; Philip Reade, Stephen Jewett, 
Henry Benjamin Hill and Harry Edward Whitney, 

Gentlemen : 

I have the honor to inform you that at a meeting of the 
General Council, held at the office of the New York So- 
ciety December 19th, 1895, your petition to organize the 

SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN THE STATE 
OF MINNESOTA, 

in accordance with the provisions of the General Consti- 
tution, was granted. I am Sirs, 
Very respectfully, 

Your Obedient Servant, 
HOWLAND PELL, 

Secretary General. 

Attest : 

FREDERICK J. de PEYSTER, 

Governor General. 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS, 
In the State of Minnesota. 



1901. 
OFFICERS. 



Governor : 
James Franklin Wade, Brig. Gen. U. S. A. 

Deputy Governor: 
Jacob Stone. 

Lieutenant Governor: 
Jehiel Weston Chamberlin, M. D. 

Secretary : 
William Gardner White. 

Treasurer : 
Walter Fredericks Myers. 

Registrar : 
Henry Burleigh Wenzell. 

Historian : 
Edward Blake Young. 

Genealogist : 
Fremont Nathan Jaynes. 

Chancellor : 
George Brooks Young. 

Chaplain : 
Rt. Rev. Henry Benjamin Whipple, D. D. LL. D. 

Surgeon : 
Jeremiah Clark Stewart, M. D. 

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GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

Term Expiring 1901 : 

Everett Hoskins Bailey. 
Frank Hutchinson Peavey. 
Kenneth Clark. 

Term Expiring 1902: 

John Townsend. 

William Petit Trowbridge. 

Stephen Jewett. 

Term Expiring 1903 : 

Thaddeus Crane Field. 

Ell Torrance. 
George Henry Daggett. 

Former Governors who are members ex-officio : 

Rukard Hurd. 

Henry Pratt Upham. 

Charles Phelps Noyes. 

MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE. 

Charles Phelps Noyes, Chairman. 

Edward Blake Young, Secretary. 

Eben Freme Wells. 

George Chase Christian. 

Emerson William Peet. 

COMMITTEE ON HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS 

AND RECORDS. 

John Quincy Adams, Chairman. 

Henry Lyman Little, Secretary. 

George Myron Phillips. 

Oliver Warren Shaw. 

Henry Rogers Wells. 



HISTORICAL. 



THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

in the United States originated in the City of New York 
during the summer of 1892. Several preliminary meet- 
ings were held in that city during the months of June and 
July to discuss the proposed Society, and the names of 
the gentlemen who attended those meetings and to whom 
the Society owes its existence are as follows : 

Nathan G. Pond of Connecticut. 

Charles H. Murray of New York. 

T. Wain-Morgan Draper of New York. 

Satterlee Swartwout of Connecticut. 

Frederick E. Haight of New York. 

E. C. Miller of New Jersey. 

Samuel Victor Constant of New York. 

Howard R. Bayne of Virginia. 

Charles B. Miller of New Hampshire. 

George M. Gunn of Connecticut. 

The immediate outcome of these various meetings was 
the institution of the 

SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN THE STATE 
OF NEW YORK, 

which was organized August 19th, 1892, and which has 
always been the largest and one of the most active So- 
cieties in the country. 

Its first General Court was held December 19th, 1892, 
and Mr. Frederick J. de Peyster was elected its Gover- 
nor. Upon the organization of the General Society, Mr. 
de Peyster was elected Governor General, and it is a note- 



worthy fact that he has continuously filled the important 
position of Governor of the New York Society and Gov- 
ernor General of the General Society at all times since 
they were respectively organized. 

Prior to the institution of the General Society, charters 
were granted by the New York Society to Societies in 
Pennsylvania, Maryland, Massachusetts, Connecticut and 
the District of Columbia. 

The Pennsylvania Society 
was organized in Philadelphia, January 23rd, 1893. Its 
headquarters are in the "Old Congress Hall," the building 
in which the first Congress of the United States held its 
sessions from 1790 to 1800. Christ Church in Philadel- 
phia was officially selected as the chapel of the Society, 
and it holds an annual religious service in that church. 

The Maryland Society 
was organized on "Colonial Day," March 25th, 1893, be- 
ing the 259th anniversary of the landing of the first 
Maryland Colonists under Leonard Calvert. 

The Massachusetts Society 
was organized April 5th, 1893, and has been uniformly 
active in the general work of the Society. It has awarded 
prizes to students of the public schools for essays upon 
subjects pertaining to Colonial History, and its pilgrim- 
ages to the different battle fields and places of historical 
interest within the limits of the State have been unusually 
interesting and profitable. It numbers in its membership 
some of the best known writers on New England History 
and its various publications contain much of special in- 
terest and of original research. 



The Connecticut Society 

was organized April 26th, 1893. Its General Courts are 
held alternately at Hartford and New Haven on the first 
Wednesday of May, in commemoration of the first Gen- 
eral Court of the Colony of Connecticut, which was held 
at Hartford, May 1st, 1687. In 1896 this Society erected 
a beautiful tablet at the "Judge's Cave." 

The Society in the District of Columbia 
was organized May 20th, 1893, and its General Court is 
held December 19th, the anniversary of the "Great 
Swamp Fight." 

THE GENERAL SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 
was instituted May 9th and 10th, 1893, in the Governor's 
room, City Hall, New York, by delegates from the six So- 
cieties above named. It consists of the Societies now ex- 
isting and such other State Societies as it may charter 
from time to time. 

It has sole power to act in National affairs as distinct 
from those pertaining to the affairs of the State Societies. 
It has jurisdiction to pass upon all questions of eligibility 
referred to it by the Registrar General, but does not other- 
wise interfere in the regulation or government of any 
State Society. It issues insignias and diplomas of mem- 
bership, and publishes the Annual Register with the co- 
operation of the several State Societies. 

The regular meetings of the General Society are termed 
"General Assemblies," and are held once in three years, 
at such time and place as may be fixed by the preceding 
General Assembly. The first General Assembly was held 
in the Governor's room, City Hall, New York, May 9th, 

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1893, the second in Carpenter's Hall, Philadelphia, Pa., 
May 7th and 8th, 1893, and the third in Baltimore, Mary- 
land, May 9th and 10th, 1899. 

The General Council is composed of the officers of the 
General Society and exercises all of its powers between 
the meetings of the General Assembly, to which body 
it regularly reports all of its transactions. The General 
Council meets semi-annually in the months of Novem- 
ber and May, on such days as may be fixed by the Gov- 
ernor General. 

The flag of the General Society consists of the Red 
Cross of St. George on a white field, bearing in the cen- 
ter the Escutcheon of the Society surmounted by a crown 
and surrounded by nine stars. 

Since the organization of the General Society it has 
granted Charters to Societies in the following States, viz : 

New Jersey, Virginia, New Hampshire, Vermont, Illi- 
nois, Missouri, Ohio, Nebraska, Minnesota, Kentucky, 
California, Colorado, Iowa, Georgia, Michigan, Wiscon- 
sin, Delaware, Rhode Island, Washington and Maine. 

THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN THE 
STATE OF MINNESOTA 

owes its existence very largely to the efforts of Messrs. 
Rukard Hurd, Charles Henry Whipple and Charles 
Phelps Noyes. All of these gentlemen were members of 
the Society in other states, and as the result of their joint 
efforts a petition for the organization of the Society 
in Minnesota was signed on the 1st day of October, 1895, 
by Messrs. Rukard Hurd, Charles Phelps Noyes, Clinton 
Brooks Sears, Fayette Washington Roe, George Henry 



Daggett, Charles Henry Whipple, Fielder Bowie Chew, 
Edward Payson Ingersoll, Philip Reade, Stephen Jewett, 
Henry Benjamin Hill and Harry Edward Whitney, who 
thereby became the charter members of the Society. 

The charter was issued by the General Society Decem- 
ber 19th, 1895, and the first meeting of the charter mem- 
bers was held January 15th, 1896, at which the officers 
for the ensuing year were elected. 

The first General Court of the Society was held at the 
Aberdeen, Feb. 10th, 1896, and a Constitution and By- 
Laws were adopted, and the usual banquet was served. 

The Society includes in its membership a large number 
of gentlemen who are active and enthusiastic in its af- 
fairs, but it is not too much to say that its early history 
was largely determined by the three gentlemen above 
named to whom it owes its existence and whose efforts 
in its behalf, to a great extent, shaped its future course 
and made possible its later success. 

Major Whipple was the first Secretary of the Society 
and continued to act in that capacity until January 6th, 
1898, when he resigned on account of his removal from 
the state. On that date the society numbered one hundred 
and three members, and in recognition of the services ren- 
dered by Major Whipple the Council adopted appropri- 
ate resolutions and ordered them to be engrossed upon 
parchment, and to be framed and sent to him. 

When the Society was organized, its Constitution pro- 
vided that the General Court should be held on Febru- 
ary 10th, the anniversary of the Treaty of Paris, but be- 
ginning in December, 1897, the General Court has been 
held on December 19th, the anniversary of the "Great 



Swamp Fight." By a recent change in the Constitution 
the Council is given authority to fix the date of the An- 
nual meeting upon any suitable date in December. 

Since the organization of the Minnesota Society the 
following gentlemen have acted as Officers, Gentlemen of 
the Council and Members of Committees : 

GOVERNORS. 

rukard hurd 1896 

Henry Pratt Upham 1897-1898 

Charles Phelps Noyes 1899-1900 

James Franklin Wade, Brig. Gen. U. S. A 1901 

DEPUTY GOVERNORS. 

Clinton Brooks Sears, Major U. S. A 1896-1897 

Charles Phelps Noyes 1898 

Charles Henry Whipple, Major U. S. A 1899 

George Henry Daggett 1900 

Jacob Stone 1901 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNORS. 

Fayette Washington Roe, Capt. U. S. A 1896 

Charles Phelps Noyes 1897 

Rt. Rev. Mahlon Norris Gilbert, D. D 1898 

George Henry Daggett 1899 

Franklin Lewis Greenleaf 1900 

Jehiel Weston Chamberlin, M. D 1901 

SECRETARIES. 
Charles Henry Whipple, Major U. S. A. . . 1896-1897 

Edgar Campbell Bowen, Capt. U. S. A 1898-1899 

William Gardner White 1899-1900-1901 

TREASURERS. 

Charles Henry Whipple, Major U. S. A 1896 

George Henry Daggett 1896- 1897- 1898 

Robert Irving Farrington 1899-1900 

Walter Fredericks Myers 1901 

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REGISTRARS. 

Charles Phelps Noyes 1896 

Charles Edwin Mayo 1897 

Jehiel Weston Chamberlin, M.D.1897-1898-1899-1900 
Henry Burleigh Wenzell 1901 

HISTORIANS. 

Philip Reade, Capt. U. S. A 1896 

Jacob Stone 1897-1898-1899-1900 

Edward Blake Young 1901 

GENEALOGISTS. 

Charles Eliot Pike 1897 

Charles Edwin Mayo 1897- 1898- 1899 

Fremont Nathan Jaynes 1899-1900-1901 

CHANCELLORS. 

William Hurley Lightner 1896 

Edwin Sedgwick Chittenden 1897 

William Gardner White 1898 

Hon. Loren Warren Collins 1899-1900 

Hon. George Brooks Young 1901 

CHAPLAINS. 
Rt. Rev. Henry Benjamin Whipple, D. D. LLD.1896- 

1901 

Rev. Dudley Ward Rhodes, D. D 1897-1898 

Rev. Edward Ceaig Mitchell 1899-1900 

SURGEONS. 

Everton Judson Abbott, M. D 1898 

Charles Eastwick Smith, M. D 1899-1900 

Jeremiah Clark Stewart, M. D 1901 

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GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

George Henry Daggett 1896-1901 

Charles Eliot Pike 1896 

Edwin Sedgwick Chittenden. . . .1896-1898-1899-1900 

Henry Pratt Upham 1 896-1 899-1 900-1 901 

Rev. Edward Payson Ingersoll, D. D 1896-1897 

Andrew Gregg Curtin Quay, Lieut. U. S. A 1896 

John Quincy Adams 1896- 1897- 1898 

Franklin Lewis Greenleaf 1896- 1897- 1898 

John Townsend 1 896-1 897-1 898-1 900-1 901 

Jacob Stone 1897 

Charles Edwin Mayo 1896 

William Francis Tucker, Major U. S. A 1897 

Stephen Jewett 1 897-1 900-1 901 

Rukard Hurd 1897-1898-1899-1901 

John Rutter Brooke, Maj. Gen. U. S. A 1897 

William Petit Trowbridge 1 897-1 898-1 899-1 900-1 901 

Edgar Campbell Bowen, Capt. U. S. A 1897 

Clinton Brooks Sears, Major U. S. A 1898 

Harry Edward Whitney 1898- 1899- 1900 

Eben Freme Wells 1899-1900 

Frank Hutchinson Peavey 1 899-1 900-1 901 

William Hurley Lightner 1898- 1899 

Kenneth Clark 1 899-1 900-1 901 

Everett Hoskins Bailey 1901 

Ell Torrance 1901 

Thaddeus Crane Field 1901 

Charles Phelps Noyes 1901 

MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE. 

Henry Pratt Upham 1896 

Charles Eliot Pike 1896 

Charles Phelps Noyes 1896-1901 

Charles Edwin Mayo 1896-1897-1898-1899 

John Quincy Adams 1896 

Rukard Hurd 1897 

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William Gardner White 1897-1898 

Franklin Lewis Greenleaf 1897- 1898- 1899 

William Petit Trowbridge 1898 

James Henry Skinner 1898- 1899- 1900 

John Townsend 1899-1900 

Paris Fletcher 1899 

Luther Stearns Cushing 1900 

Edward Hutchins Cutler 1900 

Walter Frederick Myers 1900 

Edward Blake Young 1901 

Eben Freme Wells 1901 

George Charles Christian 1901 

Emerson William Peet 1901 

COMMITTEE ON HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS 
AND RECORDS. 

Philip Reade, Capt. U. S. A 1896-1897 

Albert Randell Moore 1896-1897-1898 

Daniel Rogers Noyes 1896-1897-1898 

Fielder Bowie Chew 1896 

Harry Edward Whitney 1896 

Rkv. Edward Payson Ingersoll, D. D 1897 

Rev. Edward Craig Mitchell 1897-1898 

Jacob Stone 1898-1899-1900 

Robert Irving Farrington 1898 

Henry Burleigh Wenzell 1899-1900 

John Quincy Adams 1 899-1 900-1 901 

Stephen Jewett 1899 

Edward Penfield Towne 1899 

William Eddy Richardson 1900 

Emerson William Peet 1900 

Henry Lyman Little 1901 

George Myron Phillips 1901 

Oliver Warren Shaw 1901 

Henry Rogers Wells 1901 

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CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS. 



CONSTITUTION. 
ARTICLE I. 

NAME OF THE SOCIETY. 

This Society shall be known by the name of the "So- 
ciety of Colonial Wars in the State of Minnesota," and 
the principal office shall be St. Paul, Minnesota. It rec- 
ognizes the authority of the "General Society of Colonial 
Wars," and all its proceedings shall be subject to the 
Constitution of said General Society. 

ARTICLE II. 

OBJECTS OF THE SOCIETY. 

The Society of Colonial Wars is instituted to perpetu- 
ate the memory of the events of American Colonial His- 
tory, and of the men who, in military and naval service, 
and in civil positions of trust and responsibility, by their 
acts or counsel, assisted in the establishment, defense and 
preservation of the American Colonies, and were in truth 
the founders of the Nation. To this end it seeks to col- 
lect and preserve manuscripts, rolls, relics and records; 
to provide suitable commemorations or memorials of 
events in Colonial History; to inspire in its members 
the fraternal and patriotic spirit of their forefathers, and 
in the community respect and reverence for those whose 
public services made our freedom and unity possible. 

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ARTICLE III. 

MEMBERSHIP. 

Any man above the age of twenty-one years, of good 
moral character and reputation shall be eligible to mem- 
bership in this Society, provided that he is lineally de- 
scended in either male or female line from an ancestor; 

( r ) Who served as a military, naval or marine officer, 
or as a soldier, sailor or marine, or as a privateersman, 
under the authority of the Colonies which afterward 
formed the United States, or in the forces of Great Brit- 
ain which participated with those of the said Colonies in 
any wars in which the said Colonies were engaged, or in 
which they enrolled men, from the settlement of James- 
town, May 13, 1607, to the battle of Lexington, April 19, 
I77S; or 

(2) Who> held office in any of the Colonies between 
the dates above mentioned, either as 

(a) President, Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, Mem- 
ber of the King's Council and County Lieutenant, or 
Member of the House of Burgesses in the Colony of 
Virginia. 

(b) Governor-General, Governor, Lieutenant or 
Deputy Governor, President, Assistant, Member of the 
Governor's Council, Deputy or Representative in the Gen- 
eral Council, Deputy or Representative in the General 
Court in any of the New England Colonies ; or as Presi- 
dent of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, or as 
one of the Commissioners of the United States of New 
England. 

(c) Director-General, Vice-Director General, Gover- 
nor or Deputy Governor, Member of the Council or the 

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Landtag of tbe Colony of New Netherlands, or of the 
Dutch Colony on the Delaware. 

(d) Palatine, Lord Proprietor, Governor, Deputy 
Governor, Lieutenant Governor or President, Member of 
the Council, Member of the Lower House or of Assem- 
bly of the Colonies of Maryland or the Carolmas. 

(e) Governor or Lieutenant Governor, Member of 
the Council or of the Colonial Assembly in the Colony 
of New York. 

(/) Lord Proprietor, Governor, Deputy Governor, 
Member of the King's Council, Deputy to the Provincial 
Assembly, in the Provinces of East Jersey, West Jersey 
or New Jersey. 

(g) Lord Proprietor, Governor, Deputy or Lieuten- 
ant-Governor, Member of the Provincial Council or As- 
sembly of the Province of Pennsylvania, or Member of 
the Assembly of the Territories of Delaware. 

(h) Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, President, Vice- 
President, Member of the Council of the Provincial As- 
sembly of the Colony of Georgia. 

(i) Governor-General, Captain General or Lord 
Lieutenant of the British Colonies in North America." 

ARTICLE IV. 

OFFICERS. 

The officers of the Society shall be a Governor, a Dep- 
uty Governor, a Lieutenant Governor, a Secretary, a 
Treasurer, a Registrar, a Chancellor, a Historian, a Gen- 
ealogist, a Chaplain and a Surgeon, all of whom shall be 
ex-officio members of the Council. They shall hold office 
for one year or until their successors shall be duly elected 
and qualified. 

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ARTICLE V. 

GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL AND COMMITTEES. 

There shall be a Council consisting of the officers and 
former Governors of the Society and nine members in 
addition thereto, who shall be called "Gentlemen of the 
Council." At the first election three Gentlemen of the 
Council shall be elected for a term of one year, three for 
a term of two years and three for a term of three years, 
and thereafter at each election three Gentlemen of the 
Council shall be elected for a term of three years. 

There shall be a Committee on Membership consisting 
of five members and a Committee on Collection of His- 
torical Documents and Records, likewise consisting of 
five members and they shall respectively hold office for 
one year or until their successors shall be duly elected 
and qualified. 

ARTICLE VI. 

ELECTION OF OFFICERS. 

The officers above named together with the Gentlemen 
of the Council and members of the Committees shall be 
elected by plurality ballot vote at the General Court. Not 
less than thirty days before the General Court the So- 
ciety shall elect by ballot a Nominating Committee con- 
sisting of five members, (none of whom shall be officers 
of the Society or Gentlemen of the Council) and not less 
than fifteen days before the General Court this committee 
shall mail to every member a proposed list of the various 
Officers, Gentlemen of the Council and members of the 
Committees to be elected as aforesaid. 

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ARTICLE VII. 

ADMISSION OF MEMBERS. 

Any person desiring to be admitted to membership in 
this Society shall sign and present to the Council a Preli- 
minary Application therefor which shall state the name 
of the ancestor from whom eligibility is traced and in 
general terms the service rendered by such ancestor, to- 
gether with the names of two members of the Society to 
whom the applicant refers. This Preliminary Application 
shall be referred to the Membership Committee who 
shall make written report thereon to the Council. 

If the Preliminary Application is approved by the 
Council the applicant shall sign and submit an Application 
for Membership which must contain a statement in detail 
of the service of the ancestor from whom eligibility is 
traced, together with a reference to the authorities from 
which proof of such service may be obtained and which 
must also be signed by two members of the Society as 
evidence of their approval thereof. The Application for 
Membership shall be referred to the Genealogist, who 
shall carefully investigate the same and make written 
report thereon to the Council. If the report of the 
Genealogist is favorable the Council may by ballot vote 
admit the applicant to membership in the Society, pro- 
vided, however, that at least four-fifths of the members 
present and voting must in all cases vote in favor thereof. 
Payment of the initiation fee and dues shall be a pre- 
requisite of membership. 

No person who may be admitted as a member of the 
Society shall be permitted to remain a member thereof 
after his supposed proofs of descent or eligibility have 

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been found to be defective. In all such cases the Council 
shall by vote fix a reasonable time within which such 
person may sbstantiate his claim by further and sufficient 
proof and a copy of this vote shall be furnished to him by 
the Secretary. 

In the event of his failure to furnish proper proof to 
support his claim, the Council shall cause the name of 
such person to be erased from the membership list and his 
membership in the Society shall thereby cease and de- 
termine. 

ARTICLE VIII. 

DECLARATION. 

Every member shall declare upon honor that he will 
use his best efforts to promote the purposes of the Socie- 
ty and will observe the Constitution and By-Laws of the 
same; and shall sign a declaration that he will support 
the Constitution of the United States. 

ARTICLE IX. 

COM MEMORATION. 

The Society shall celebrate yearly some important 
event in Colonial History, as a festival day, and its mem- 
bers shall dine together at least once in each year when 
practicable. 

ARTICLE X. 

SEAL. 

The seal shall be — a title scroll "1607-1775. Society 
of Colonial Wars in the State of Minnesota," surround- 
ing the emblem of the Seal of the State of Minnesota. 

The Secretary shall be the Custodian of the Seal. 

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ARTICLE XI. 

INSIGNIA, ROSETTE AND DIPLOMA. 

The Insignia, Rosette and Diploma shall be the same 
as those of the General Society. 

ARTICLE XII. 

FLAG. 

The Flag of this Society shall consist of the Red Cross 
of Saint George on a white field having in the center an 
escutcheon bearing the Seal of the Society. 

ARTICLE XIII. 

ALTERATION AND AMENDMENT. 

This Constitution shall not be amended unless written 
notice signed by the member proposing the amendment 
has first been filed with the Secretary. When any amend- 
ment is thus proposed the Secretary shall send to every 
member of the Society a printed copy thereof, and shall 
also state the date of the Court at which the amendment 
will be voted upon. No amendment shall be adopted un- 
less two-thirds of the members present vote in favor 
thereof. 



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BY-LAWS. 
SECTION I. 

FEES AND DUES. 

The initiation fee shall be Fifteen Dollars. The an- 
nual dues shall be Five Dollars payable in advance on 
January 1st of each year. The payment of Fifty Dol- 
lars at one time shall constitute a person a life member 
and shall be in lieu of an initiation fee and of all annual 
dues. Members admitted at any time between the date 
of the Annual Meeting and October ist of the succeed- 
ing calendar year shall pay the annual dues for the cur- 
rent society year, but members admitted between October 
ist and the next succeeding Annual Meeting shall pay 
no annual dues for the year in which they are thus ad- 
mitted. 

Annual dues unpaid on March ist of each year shall be 
considered in arrears and the Council shall have the 
power to drop from the rolls the name of any member of 
the Society whose annual dues remain in arrears at the 
date of the next annual meeting, and who shall fail upon 
proper notice to pay the same within sixty days there- 
after. Upon being dropped from the rolls by the Coun- 
cil his membership in the Society shall cease, but the 
Council may at any time in its discretion reinstate a mem- 
ber thus dropped upon his written application and upon 
the payment of all annual dues from the date when he 
was dropped to the date of his reinstatement. 

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SECTION II. 

RESIGNATION. 

No resignation of any member shall become effective 
unless consented to by the Council. 

SECTION III. 

SUSPENSION AND EXPULSION. 

For conduct detrimental to the interests of the Society 
or inconsistent with the character of a gentleman and a 
man of honor any member may be suspended or expelled. 
But no member shall be suspended or expelled unless 
written charges against him have first been presented to 
the Council. 

The Council shall cause a copy of the charges pre- 
ferred against any member of the Society to be delivered 
to him, and shall afford him reasonable opportunity to 
be heard in relation thereto. After hearing the evidence 
concerning such charges the Council may, in its discre- 
tion, recommend to the Society the expulsion or suspen- 
sion of such member, and the Society shall act thereon 
at some Court of which due notice has been given to the 
member against whom the charges have been presented. 

The insignia shall be returned to the Treasurer by any 
member who may withdraw, resign or be expelled, and in 
such cases the money paid therefor shall be refunded. 

SECTION IV. 

VACANCIES AND TERMS OF OFFICE. 

Vacancies in any office, or in the Council or in any 
Committee, whether occasioned by death, resignation or 

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by the failure of the Society to elect, shall be filled by the 
Council for the balance of the current Society year. If 
any officer of the Society shall be suspended, or neglect 
to serve, or be unable to perform his duties by reason of 
absence, sickness or other cause, the Council shall have 
power to declare his office vacant or to appoint a member 
to discharge the duties thereof until the inability of such 
officer shall cease. If any member of the Council, other 
than an officer or former Governor, shall be absent from 
three consecutive Council meetings, without sufficient ex- 
cuse, his office may be declared vacant by the Council, 
which may appoint another member for the unexpired 
term thereof. For good cause shown the Council may 
suspend any officer of the Society, but in such event its 
action must be reported to the Society for approval within 
thirty days. 

SECTION V. 

GOVERNOR, DEPUTY GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. 

The Governor shall preside at all Courts of the So- 
ciety and at all meetings of the Council and shall be a 
member ex-officio of all Committees except the Nomin- 
ating Committee and the Committee on Membership. He 
shall have power to convene the Council at his discretion 
or upon the request of two of its members, and shall have 
such other powers as may be incident to his office, or 
which may be conferred upon him by the Constitution and 
By-Laws. 

If the Governor is absent from any Court of the So- 
ciety or from any meeting of the Council the Deputy 
Governor shall preside, and he shall have such other 

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powers as may be conferred upon him by the Constitution 
and By-Laws. 

If the Governor and Deputy Governor are both absent 
from any Court of the Society or from any meeting of 
the Council the Lieutenant Governor shall preside and he 
shall have such other powers as may be conferred upon 
him by the Constitution and By-Laws. 

SECTION VI. 

CHAPLAIN. 

The Chaplain shall be an ordained minister of a Chris- 
tian church and it shall be his duty to officiate when 
called upon by the proper officers. 

SECTION VII. 

CHANCELLOR. 

The Chancellor shall be a lawyer duly admitted to the 
bar, and it shall be his duty to give a legal opinion on any 
matter affecting the Society when called upon by the 
proper officers. 

SECTION VIII. 

SECRETARY. 

The Secretary shall conduct the general correspondence 
of the Society, and keep a record thereof. He shall no- 
tify all persons elected to membership in the Society, and 
perform such other duties as the Society or his office 
may require. He shall have charge of the Seal, Certifi- 
cates of Incorporation, Constitution, By-Laws, historical 
and other documents and records of the Society other 
than those required to be deposited with the Registrar, 

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and shall affix the seal to all properly authenticated cer- 
tificates of membership, and transmit the same to mem- 
bers to whom they may be issued. He shall notify the 
Registrar of all admissions to membership. He shall 
certify all acts of the Society, and when required au- 
thenticate them under seal. He shall have charge of 
printing and publications issued by the Society. He shall 
give due notice of the time and place of the holding of 
all Courts of the Society and of the Council, and shall in- 
corporate in said notice the names of all applicants for 
membership to be voted on at said Council, and shall be 
present at the same. He shall keep fair and accurate 
records of all the proceedings and orders of the Society 
and of the Council, and shall give notice to each officer 
who may be affected by them, of all votes, resolutions 
and proceedings of the Society or the Council and at the 
General Court, or oftener, shall report the names of those 
candidates who have been admitted to membership, and 
shall read the names of those members whose resigna- 
tions have been accepted or who have been expelled for 
cause or for failure to substantiate claim of descent. In 
his absence from any meeting a Secretary pro tern, may 
be designated therefor. 

SECTION IX. 

TREASURER. 

The Treasurer shall collect and keep the funds and se- 
curities of the Society and deposit and invest them sub- 
ject to the credit of the Society of Colonial Wars, in the 
State of Minnesota. Out of these funds he shall pay 
such sums only as may be ordered by the Society or 

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Council or his office may require. He shall keep a full 
account of receipts and payments, and shall render an ac- 
count of the same to the Society at each annual meeting. 
For the faithful performance of his duty he may be 
required to give such security as the Society may deem 
proper. 

SECTION X. 

HISTORIAN. 

The Historian shall keep a detailed record of all his- 
torical and commemorative celebrations of the Society, 
and in conjunction with the Secretary shall edit and pre- 
pare for publication such historical addresses, papers, 
and other documents as the Society or Council may see 
fit to publish. He shall also prepare a necrological list 
for each year, with biographies of deceased members, 
which he may be called upon to read at meetings of the 
Society. 

SECTION XI. 

REGISTRAR. 

The Registrar shall receive and file all the proofs up- 
on which membership or supplemental ancestral records 
have been granted, with a list of all diplomas counter- 
signed by him, and all documents which the Society may 
obtain ; and he, under direction of the Council, shall make 
copies of such papers as the owners may not be willing 
to leave in the keeping of the Society. 

SECTION XII. 

GENEALOGIST. 

The Genealogist shall investigate all applications for 
membership and also all supplemental applications, and 

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shall make written report thereon to the Council. He 
shall receive such salary or compensation as the Council 
may fix and determine. The Genealogist shall be ex- 
officio a member of the Committee on Membership. 

SECTION XIII. 

SURGEON. 

The Surgeon shall be a practicing physician. 
SECTION XIV. 

COUNCIL. 

The Council shall meet at the call of the Governor or 
Secretary, or upon the written request of two of its mem- 
bers. Five members shall constitute a quorum for the 
transaction of business. The council shall have general 
control and management of all the affairs and funds of the 
Society and shall perform such other duties as may be 
prescribed in the Constitution and By-Laws. ' It shall 
cause a report of the proceedings of the Society to be made 
at the General Court, and it may, in its discretion, appoint 
committees to transact any business under its direction 
and control. 

SECTION XV. 

MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE. 

The Membership Committee shall be chosen by bal- 
lot at the General Court of the Society and shall consist 
of five members. The proceedings of the Committee shall 
be secret and confidential, and it shall have the power to 
make such rules and regulations for the transaction of its 
business as are not inconsistent with the Constitution and 
By-Laws of the Society. 



SECTION XVI. 

COURTS. 

The Council shall have authority to fix the date of the 
General Court, provided, however, that it shall in all 
cases be held during the month of December. Unless 
otherwise ordered by the Council the General Court shall 
be held on December nineteenth, the anniversary of the 
Great Swamp Fight, and if this date falls on Sunday the 
General Court for that year shall be held on the pre- 
ceding day. Other Courts shall be held at such times 
as the Council may fix and determine. 

Special Courts may be called by the Governor or upon 
the written request of ten members, and the Secretary 
shall mail notice thereof to the members at least ten days 
prior thereto. Ten members shall constitute a quorum 
for the transaction of business at any Court of the So- 
ciety. 

SECTION XVII. 

ALTERATION AND AMENDMENT. 

These By-Laws shall not be amended unless written 
notice signed by the member proposing the amendment 
has first been filed with the Secretary. When any amend- 
ment is thus proposed the Secretary shall send to all the 
members of the Society a printed copy thereof which 
shall also state the date of the Court at which the amend- 
ment shall be voted upon. No amendment shall be adopt- 
ed unless two-thirds of the members present vote in favor 
thereof. 

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REGISTER OF MEMBERS. 



ABBOTT, EVERTON JUDSON, M. D. (Soc. No. 21). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born October 19th, 1849, in Milan, Ohio. 
Married Jeannie Rachel Steele, June 9, 1881. 

2. Benjamin W. Abbott, 1797-1854. Lorena Judson, 1816-1868. 

3. Asa Judson, 1774-1847. Sally Minor, 1778-1820. 

i. Benjamin Judson, 1735-18U. Anne Camp, 1744- — 

5. Isaac Judson, 1700-1789. Rebecca (Sherman) Hollister, 1703- 

1789. 

6. John Judson, 1647-1709. Mary (Tudor) Orton, 1660-.... 

7. Joseph Judson, 1619-1690. Sarah Porter, 1626-1696. 

Sixth in descent from Joseph Judson of Stratford and 
Woodbury, Conn. Ensign of the Stratford Train Band ; 
member of Committee to defend Coast against the Dutch 
under Admiral De Reuter 1665 ; Served in King Philip's 
War; Lieut, of Woodbury Train Band 1684; Deputy 
many times. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Fifth in descent from John Judson of Lebanon, 
Conn. Deputy from Lebanon 1706. 

For line of descent see Joseph Judson. 

2. Seventh in descent from John Porter of Windsor, 
Conn. Deputy from Windsor 1646-47. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Joseph Judson. 

8. John Porter -1647. Rose , - 



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3. Eighth in descent from Matthew Mitchell of Long 
Island and Wethersfield, Conn. Deputy from Wethers- 
field 1637-38; Assistant 1638; in garrison at Saybrook 
during Pequot War; in fight with Indians on Conn. 
River 1638. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Joseph Judson. 

6. Daniel Sherman, 1669-1741 Wheeler, 1672-.... 

7. Samuel Sherman, 1641-1719. Mary Titherton, ....-1731. 

8. Samuel Sherman, 1618-1700. Sarah Mitchell -.... 

9. Matthew Mitchell, 1590-1645. 

4. Seventh in descent from Samuel Sherman of Weth- 
ersfield, Conn. Deputy from Wethersfield 1637; Assist- 
ant 1664 ; Member of Committee to defend Coast against 
Dutch under Admiral De Reuter. 

For line of descent see Matthew Mitchell (No. 3). 

5. Fifth in descent from Daniel Sherman of New 
Haven, Conn. Lieut, of the New Haven Train Band 
1690; Capt. 1700; Quartermaster New Haven County 
Troops 1 71 5. 

For line of descent see Matthew Mitchell (No. 3). 

6. Sixth in descent from John Wheeler of Concord, 
Mass. Served in Capt. Davenport's Co. in the "Great 
Swamp Fight" December 19th, 1675. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Matthew Mitchell (No. 3). 

7. John Wheeler, 1640-1690. Judith Turney, 1635-1703. 

7. Eighth in descent from Thomas Welles of Hart- 
ford, Conn. One of the Commissioners of the United 
Colonies 1649 an d 1654; Deputy Governor 1654 and 
1658; Governor 1656-57 and 59; Magistrate of Connect- 
icut Colony 1637 until his death; Treasurer 1639 and at 
various times until 165 1 ; Secretary 1641 and later. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Joseph Judson. 

5. John Camp, 1713- Penelope Deming, 1717- 

6. Josiah Deming, 1687-.... Prudence Steele, 1693-.... 

7. James Steele, 1662-1713. Ann Welles, 1668-1739. 

8. Samuel Welles, ....-1670. Elizabeth Hollister -.... 

9. Thomas Welles, 1598-1660. Joanna -.... 



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8. Seventh in descent from Capt. Samuel Welles of 

Wethersfield, Conn. Ensign of Wethersfield Co. 1658; 

Lieut. 1665; Capt. 1670; Deputy from Wethersfield 1675; 

Commanded a Co. in the "Great Swamp Fight" Dec. 

19th, 1675. 

For line of descent see Thomas Welles (No. 7). 

9. Eighth in descent from Lieut. John Hollister of 
Wethersfield, Conn., and Weymouth^ Mass. Deputy 
from Weymouth 1644 and from Wethersfield 1645-50-53- 
54-56. Lieut, of Hartford Militia. 

2 to S, same as descent from Thomas Welles (No. 7). 

9. Lieut. John Hollister, 1612-1675. Joanna -.... 



io. Fifth in descent from Capt. John Camp of Weth- 
ersfield, Conn. Capt. of Wethersfield Train Band 1726. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Thomas Welles (No. 7). 

6. Capt. John Camp, 1675-1747. Eebecca , 1689-1769. 

ii. Fourth in descent from Lieut. John Camp of 
Wethersfield, Conn. Ensign of the South Co. or Train 
Band in Durham 1749 ; 1st Lieut. 4th Reg. Conn. Colony 
in expedition against Crown Point 1755. 

For line of descent see Thomas Welles (No. 7). 

12. Eighth in descent from Lieut. James Boosey of 
Wethersfield, Conn. Deputy from Wethersfield from 
1639 to 1649; Lieut. 1647; Member of Committee to pur- 
chase "Sea Brooke Fort" 1644. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Thomas Welles (No. 7). 

8. Samuel Steele, 1626-1685. Mary Boosey, 1631-1702. 

9. James Boosey, -1649. 

13. Seventh in descent from Lieut. Samuel Steele of 
Farmington, Conn. Ensign Farmington Train Band 
1669; Lieut. 1674; Deputy from Farmington 1667 to 
1677. 

For line of descent see Lieut. James Boosey (No. 12). 

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14- Sixth in descent from Capt. James Steele of Hart- 
ford, Conn. Ensign Hartford Train Band 1708; Lieut. 
1708; Capt. 1710. 

For line of descent see Thomas Welles (No. 7). 

15. Eighth in descent from John Steele of Cambridge, 
Mass., and Hartford, Conn. Appointed with Ludlow, 
Pynchon and others to supervise the emigration to Conn. 
1636; Deputy from Hartford 1637 to 1657 except 1651. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Thomas Welles (No. 7). 

8. Samuel Steele 1626-1685; Mary Boosey, ....-1702. 

9. John Steele, -1664. Rachel , -1653. 

1 6. Eighth in descent from Richard Treat of Weth- 
ersfield, Conn. Member of Gov. Winthrop's Council 
1663 to 1665. A patentee named in Royal Charter for 
Conn. 1662 ; Assistant 1657 to 1665 ; Deputy from Weth- 
ersfield 1637 to 1664. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Thomas Welles (No. 7). 

7. Ebenezer Deming, 1650-1705. Sarah , - 

8. John Deming, 1615-1705. Honor Treat - 

9. Richard Treat, 1584-1669. 

17. Seventh in descent from John Deming of Weth- 
ersfield, Conn. A patentee named in the Conn. Royal 
Charter; Deputy from Wethersfield 1656-57-58-60-62. 

For line of descent see Richard Treat No. 16.) 

18. Seventh in descent from Thomas Minor of Ston- 
ington, Conn. Deputy from Stonington 1665-70-72-77- 
79-80. Chief Military Officer of the Mystick Train Band ; 
One of the Committee to treat with Indians 1676 ; Mem- 
ber of the Committee to arrange for the defense of the 
Coast towns against the Dutch under Admiral De Reuter 
1665 ; Commissioner for Stonington for many years. 

2 and S, same as descent from Joseph Judson. 

4. Matthew Minor, 1753-1836. Phoebe Root, 1754-1786. 

5. Matthew Minor, 1708-1778. Sarah Preston, 1711-1760. 

6. Ephraim Minor, 1675-1762. Rebecca Curtis, 1667-1763. 

7. John Minor, 1634-1719. Elizabeth Booth, 1641-1732. 

8. Thomas Minor, 1608-1690. Grace Palmer, 1608-1690. 

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19- Sixth in descent from John Minor of Woodbury, 
Conn. Capt of the Woodbury Train Band 1684; One of 
the committee to treat with the Indians 1697; Deputy 
from Stratford and Woodbury twenty-four times be- 
tween 1667 and 1710; Commissioner for Woodbury and 
Justice of the Peace for many years ; One of the original 
proprietors of Woodbury and Town Clerk of Stratford 
1666 and 1676. 

For line of descent see Thomas Minor (No. 18). 

20. Fifth in descent from Ephraim Minor of Ston- 
ington, Conn. Lieut, of the Stonington Train Band 1707 ; 
Capt. 1715; Deputy from Stonington 1722-23-24-28 and 
from Woodbury 1734-35. 

For line of descent see Thomas Minor (No. 18). 

21. Fourth in descent from Matthew Minor of Wood- 
bury, Conn. Ensign of the Woodbury Train Band 1747; 
Lieut. 1754; Capt. 1757. 

For line of descent see Thomas Minor (No. 18). 

22. Seventh in descent from John Curtiss of Wood- 
bury, Conn. Served as a Private in King Philip's War. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Thomas Minor (No. 18). 

7. Israel Curtiss, 1644-1732. Rebecca , ......... 

8. John Curtiss, 1611-1707. Elizabeth Welles, ....-1682. 

23. Sixth in descent from Israel Curtiss of Wood- 
bury, Conn. Lieut, of the Woodbury Co. 1690 ; Deputy 
from Woodbury twelve times between 1689 and 1704; 
Commissioner for Woodbury for many years. 

For line of descent see John Curtiss (No. 22). 

24. Eighth in descent from Walter Palmer of Reho- 
both, Mass. Deputy from Rehoboth in 1662. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Thomas Minor (No. 18). 

9. Walter Palmer, 1585-1662. 

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25. Seventh in descent from Thomas Fair child of 
Stratford, Conn. Deputy from Stratford 1646-54-59-64 ; 
appointed 1654 to press men to fill quota in Narragansett 
campaign. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Thomas Minor (No. 18). 

6. William Preston, -1754. Martha Judson, 1686- 

7. Hockaliah Preston, 1643-1692. Emma Fairchild, 1653-1733. 

8. Thomas Pairchild, -1670. Emma Seabrooke - 

26. Fifth in descent from William Preston of Wood- 
bury, Conn. Capt of the South Train Band of Wood- 
bury 1723; Lieut. Col. 13th Reg. Conn. Militia 1739; He 
and Capt. Joseph Minor ordered to defend Skippaug 
against the Indians Oct., 1726; Deputy 35 sessions be- 
tween 1714 and 1749; Justice of the Peace for many 
years and Judge of the Litchfield County Court 1751 to 
1754- 

For line of descent see Thomas Pairchild (No. 25). 



ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY. (Soc. No. 22). 
St. Paul, Minnesota. 
Born April 19th, 1837 in Canaan, Conn. 
Married Ada Walker, May 17, 1865. 

2. Lucius Smith Adams, 1804-1880. Eliza A. Prentice, 1812-1877. 

3. Aaron Adams, 1771-1848. Betsey Smith, 1769-1847. 

4. Simon Adams, 1746-1804. Dinah Spaulding -1771. 

5. Joseph Adams, 1706-1768. Miriam Cleveland, 1718-1766. 

6. Henry Adams, 1663-1749. Ruth 1670-.... 

7. Edward Adams, 1630-1716. Lydia -1676. 

Sixth in descent from Ensign Edward Adams of Brain- 
tree, Mass. Ensign 1681 to 1702 ; Deputy 1689-92-1702. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Eighth in descent from Capt. Edward Johnson oi 
Woburn, Mass. Capt. of 1st Woburn Train Band 1644; 

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Ensign Capt. George Cook's Co. 1638; Lieut. 1643; one 
of the founders of Ancient and Honorable Artillery Co. 
1637; Deputy from Woburn 1643 to 1671 except 1648; 
Speaker 1655. 

2 to 5 same as descent from Ensign Edward Adams. 

6. Moses Cleveland, 1689-1772. Mary Johnson, 1697-1772. 

7. Obadiah Johnson, 1664-.... Rebecca 1652-.... 

S. John Johnson, ....-1720. Bethla Read -1717. 

9. Capt. Edward Johnson, 1599-1672. Susan - 



2. Seventh in descent from Moses Cleveland of Wo- 
burn, Mass. Served in garrison at Chelmsford in King 
Philip's War. 

2 to 5 same as descent from Ensign Edward Adams. 

6. Moses Cleveland, 1689-1772. Mary Johnson, 1697-1772. 

7. Aaron Cleveland, 1654-1716. Dorcas Wilson, 1657-1714. 

8. Moses Cleveland, 1624-1701. Ann Winn, 1626-1682. 

3. Eighth in descent from Anthony Fisher of Ded- 
ham, Mass. Deputy from Dedham 1649. 

2 and 3 same as descent from Ensign Edward Adams. 

4. Ebenezer Smith, 1746-1816. Sarah Dean, 1745-1819. 

5. Seth Dean, 1717-1780. Sarah Waterous, 1717-1803. 

6. Nathaniel Dean, 1693-.... Joanna Fisher, 1686-.... 

7. Josiah' Fisher, 1654-1736. Meletiah Bullen, 1655-1693. 

8. Anthony Fisher, Jr., -1670. Joanna Faxon, -1694. 

9. Anthony Fisher, 1591-1671. Mary , ....-1663. 

4. Seventh in descent from Anthony Fisher, Jr., of 
Dorchester, Mass. Member of the Ancient & Honorable 
Artillery Co. 1644. 

For line of descent see Anthony Fisher (No. 3). 

5. Eighth in descent from Thomas Faxon of Brain- 
tree, Mass. Deputy from Braintree 1669. 

2 to 8 same as descent from Anthony Fisher (No. 3). 

9. Thomas Faxon, 1601-1680. Joane - 

6. Seventh in descent from John Tisdall, of Taunton, 
Mass. Deputy from Taunton 1674 ; during the attack by 

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Indians, June 27th, 1675 he was killed and his house 
burned. 

2 to 6 same as descent from Anthony Fisher (No. 3). 

7. James Dean, 1649-1725. Sarah Tisdall, 1649-1726. 

8. John Tisdall -1675. 

7. Seventh in descent from Walter Dean of Taunton, 
Mass. Deputy from Taunton 1640. 

2 to 6 same as descent from Anthony Fisher (No. 3). 

7. James Dean, 1649-1725. Sarah Tisdall, 1649-1726. 

8. Walter Dean, 1615-1696. Eleanor -.... 

8. Seventh in descent from George Polly of Woburn, 
Mass. Served under Capt. John Cutter, conducting sup- 
plies to garrisons at Sudbury, Lancaster and Marlboro 
during King Philip's War. 

2 and 3 same as descent from Ensign Edward Adams. 

4. Ebenezer Smith, 1746-1816. Sarah Dean, 1745-1819. 

5. Ebenezer Smith, ....-1750. Lucy Polly, 1722-.... 

6. Matthew Polly, 1689-.... Hannah -.... 

7. John Polly, 1650-.... Mary -.... 

8. George Polly -1683. Elizabeth Winn, 1628-1695. 

9. Eighth in descent from Sergt. William Fowler of 
Milford, Conn. Sergt. Milford Co. 1647 a "d Sergt. Ar- 
tillery 1648 ; Deputy from Milford 1645 ; Assistant 1643- 
44-46. 

2. Lucius Smith Adams, 1804-1880. Eliza Prentice, 1812-1877. 

3. Kev. Charles Prentice, 1778-1838. Clarinda Parmalee, 1781-1868. 

4. Theodore Parmalee, 1751- Keziah Hudson, — - — 

5. David Hudson, ......... Rebecca Fowler -.... 

6. Daniel Fowler, 1686-1776. Grace Barron, 1690-1783. 

7. Abraham Fowler, 1652-1719. Elizabeth Bartlett, 1653-1742. 

8. John Fowler -1676. Mary Hubbard, ....-1713. 

9. Sergt. William Fowler, — - — 

io. Seventh in descent from John Fowler of Milford, 
Conn. Deputy from Milford to New Haven General 
Court 1664; Deputy from Milford to Conn. General 
Court 1665-66-67-68-69-75. 

For line of descent see Sergt. William Fowler (No. 9). 

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ii. Sixth in descent from Capt. Abraham Fowler of 
Guilford, Conn. Ensign Guilford Train Band 1690; 
Lieut. 1698; Capt. 1703; Deputy from Milford many 
times between 1697 an ^ I 7°6- 

For line of descent see Sergt. William Fowler (No. 9). 

12. Eighth in descent from George Hubbard of Weth- 
ersfield, Conn. Deputy from Wethersfield 1637-1642; 
Deputy from Guilford 1665-66. 

2 to 8 same as descent from Sergt. William Fowler (No. 9). 
9. George Hubbard, ....-1683. Mary Bishop -1676. 

13. Seventh in descent from Lieut. George Bartlett of 
Guilford, Conn. Sergt. under Lieut. Seely in expedition 
against Dutch 1654 ; Lieut of Guilford Train Band 1665 ; 
Deputy from Guilford to New Haven General Court 
1663-64; Deputy from Guilford to Conn. General Court 
1665. 

2 to 7 same as descent from Sergt. William Fowler (No. 9). 
8. George Bartlett -1659. Mary Cruttenden -1659. 

14. Eighth in descent from Matthew Mitchell, of 
Wethersfield, Conn. Took part in encounter with In- 
dians on Conn .River 1636; served in garrison at Say- 
brook under Lieut. Gardner in Pequot War. Deputy to 
First General Court of Conn. 1637; Assist. 1638. 

2. Lucius Smith Adams, 1804-1880. Eliza Prentice, 1812-1877. 

2. Rev. Charles Prentice, 1778-1838. Clarinda Parmalee, 1781-1868. 

4. John Prentice, 1754-1833. Martha Clement, 1755-1820. 

5. Christopher PrenUce, 1726-1819. Betsey Terrill, 1728-1805. 

6. Roger Terrill, 1691-1769. Elizabeth Sherman, 1684-1747. 

7. John Sherman, 1651-1730. Elizabeth , - 

8. Samuel Sherman, 1618-1684. Sarah Mitchell, 1621-.... 

9. Matthew Mitchell - Susan Butterfleld, - 

15. Seventh in descent from Samuel Sherman of 
Stratford, Conn. One of company in 1665 to defend 

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Connecticut Coast from Stratford to Rye against the 
Dutch under Admiral De Reuter; Assistant 1663-68. 

For line of descent see Matthew Mitchell (No. 14). 

16. Sixth in descent from Capt. John Sherman of 
Woodbury, Conn. Capt. of Woodbury Train Band 171 1 ; 
Deputy from Woodbury many times between 1699 and 
1712; Speaker 1711-12; Assistant from 1713 to 1722; 
Justice of Fairfield County for many years; Judge of 
Probate Court, District of Woodbury from 1719 to 1727. 

For line of descent see Matthew Mitchell (No. 14). 

17. Sixth in descent from John Prentice of New Lon- 
don, Conn. Deputy from New London 1668-70. 

2 to 5 same as descent from Matthew Mitchell (No. 14). 

6. Valentine Prentice, 1680- Abigail Walker, 1691- 

7. John Prentice -1691. Hester - 

18. Eighth in descent from John Cowles of Hadley, 
Mass., and Farmington, Conn. Deputy from Farming- 
ton 1653-54. 

2 to 5 same as descent from Matthew Mitchell (No. 14). 
6. "Valentine Prentice, 1680-.... Abigail Walker, 1691-.... 
7.. Zachariah Walker, 1670-1753. Elizabeth Bull, ....-1749. 

8. Thomas Bull, 1646-1708. Esther Cowles, 1649-,... 

9. John Cowles, ....-1675. Hannah , 1613-1683. 

19. Eighth in descent from Capt. Thomas Bull of 
Hartford, Conn. He took part in the Pequot Fight, May 
26th, 1637, and was Captain in the Hartford Co. which 
assisted in defending Saybrook 1675. 

2 to 8, same as descent from John Cowles (No. 8). 

9. Capt. Thomas Bull, 1606-1684. Susannah 1610-1680. 

20. Ninth in descent from Edward Rossiter of Dor- 
chester, Mass. Assistant 1629-30. 

2 to 5 same as descent from Matthew Mitchell (No. 14). 

6. "Valentine Prentice, 1680-.... Abigail Walker, 1691-.... 

7. Dea. Zachariah Walker, 1670-1753. Elizabeth Bull -1749. 

8. Kev. Zachariah Walker, 1637-1699. Susannah Rossiter, 1653- 
1710. 

9. Dr. Bryan Rossiter -1672. Elizabeth Alsop -1669. 

10. Edward Rossiter -1630. 

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21. Seventh in descent from Capt. John Stanley of 
Farmington, Conn. Served in King Philip's War ; Sergt. 
1669; Ensign 1674; Lieut. 1675; Capt. 1676. 

2 and 3 same as descent from Matthew Mitchell (No. 14). 

4. Theodore Parmalee, 1751- Kezlah Hudson, 1756- — 

5. Abraham Parmalee, 1717-1795. Mary Stanley, 1722-1815. 

6. Nathaniel Stanley, 1679-1770. Sarah Smith. 1690-1772. 

7. Lieut. John Stanley, 1647-1729. Esther Newell, 1652-1739. 

8. Capt. John Stanley, 1624-1706. 

22. Sixth in descent from Lieut. John Stanley of Wa- 
terbury, Conn. Lieut, of Waterbury Train Band 1689; 
Deputy from Waterbury 1690-93. 

For line of descent see Capt. John Stanley (No. 21). 

23. Fourth in descent from Lieut. Abraham Parmalee 
of Goshen, Conn. Ensign of Goshen Train Band 1762; 
Lieut. 1766; Deputy from Goshen 1769. 

For line of descent see Capt. John Stanley (No. 21). 

24. Eighth in descent from Stephen Hart of Farm- 
ington, Conn. Served under Major John Mason in 
Pequot War 1637. Deputy from Farmington many years 
between 1647 an d 1660. 

2 to 6 same as descent from Capt. John Stanley (No. 21). 

7. Samuel Smith, 1664-1725. Ruth Porter, ......... 

8. Thomas Porter - Sarah Hart - 

9. Stephen Hart, 1605-1682. 

25. Seventh in descent from William Smith of Weth- 
ersfield and Farmington, Conn. Clerk of Wethersfield 
Train Band and inspector of arms and ammunition 1645 > 
Deputy 1652-53. 

2 to 6 same as descent from Capt. John Stanley (No. 21). 

7. Samuel Smith, 1664-1725. Ruth Porter -.... 

8. William Smith -1670. Elizabeth Stanley -1678. 



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ADAMS, JOHN WALKER. (Soc. No. 42). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born August 30th, 1866, in New York City, N. Y. 
Married Priscilla Fentham Horn, June 5, 1888. 

2. John Quincy Adams, 1837- Ada Walker, 1842-.... 

3. Artemas Barnard "Walker, 1813-1889. Adeline Wllley, 1824-.... 

4. Wilson Wllley, 1798-1855. Harriet Rider, 1804-1882. 

5. Timothy Rider, 1765-.... Patience Dennis, 1771-1804. 

6. John Rider, 1739-1820. Sarah Ruggles, 1739-1829. 

7. Samuel Ruggles, 1715-1802. Alice Sherman, 1719-1801. 

8. Rev. Timothy Ruggles, 1685-1768. Mary White -1768. 

9. Samuel Ruggles, 1658-1715. Martha Woodbridge, -1738. 

10. Rev. John Woodbridge, 1613-1695. Mercy Dudley, ....-1691. 

U. Gov. Thomas Dudley, 1567-1653. Dorothy Yorke -.... 

Tenth in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley of 
Roxbury, Mass. An account of his life and public ser- 
vices will be found later in this volume. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Ninth in descent from Rev. John Woodbridge of 
Boston, Mass. Member of the Ancient and Honorable 
Artillery Co. 1644; Assistant 1683-84. 

For line of descent see Gov. Thomas Dudley. 

2. Ninth in descent from Capt. Samuel Ruggles of 
Roxbury, Mass. Lieut, of Roxbury Military Co. 1676, 
and Captain later. Deputy from Roxbury 1689-92; ac- 
tively engaged in the overthrow of Governor Andros. 

2 to 9 same as descent from Gov. Thomas Dudley. 
10. Capt. Samuel Ruggles, 1629-1692. Hannah Powle 1669. 

3. Ninth in descent from Henry Wolcott of Wethers- 
field, Conn. Deputy from Wethersfield 1639 ; Magistrate 

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1643-1655; named as one of the patentees in Conn. Royal 
Charter 1662. 

2 and 3 same as descent from Gov. Thomas Dudley. 

4. Billings Walker, 1767-1852. Hannah Proctor, 1778-1863. 

5. Lieut. Leonard Proctor, 1734-1827. Mary Keep, 1743-1827. 

6. Capt. Jabez Keep, 1706-1774. Experience Lawrence, 1719-.... 

7. Ensign Samuel Keep, 1670-1755. Sarah Colton, 1678-1754. 

8. Capt. Thomas Colton, 1651-1728. Sarah Griswold, ....-1690. 

9. Matthew Griswold, 1618-1699. Anna Wolcott, 1620-.... 

10. Henry Wolcott, 1578-1655. Elizabeth Saunders, ....-1655. 

4. Seventh in descent from Capt. Thomas Colton of 
Longmeadow, Mass. Ensign of Springfield Military 
Co. 1679; Capt. 1693. 

For line of descent see Henry Wolcott (No. 3). 

5. Sixth in descent from Edward Walker of Charles- 
town, Mass. Served under Capt. Samuel Moseley in 
King Philip's War and took part in the "Great Swamp 
Fight." 

2 and 3 same as descent from Gov. Thomas Dudley. 

4. Billings Walker, 1767-1852. Hannah Proctor, 1778-1863. 

5. Gideon Walker, 1737-1800. Hannah (Billings) Olds, 1736-1815. 

6. Edward Walker, 1690-1754. Eleanor Hayward, 1699- 

7. Edward Walker, ....-1735. Elizabeth Dean, 1671-.. . . 



ALMY, WILLIAM ELLERY. (Soc. No. 83). 

Capt. 5th U. S. Cavalry, Major U. S. Volunteers. 
Stationed at San Juan, Porto Rico. 

Born November 9th, 1856, at Washington, D. C. 
Married Mildred Sellers Feb. nth, 1885. 

Was graduated from the Military Academy and appointed 
2nd Lieutenant 3rd Infantry June 13th, 1879 > 
Transferred to 5th Cavalry Sept. 4th, 1879; 
1st Lieutenant 5th Cavalry Aug. 21st, 1888; 



Major and Asst. Adjt. Gen. Volunteers June 20th, 

1898; 

Honorably discharged April 5th, 1899; 

Transferred to 4th Cavalry June 23rd, 1898; 

Captain 10th Cavalry July 5th, 1898; 

Transferred to 5th Cavalry Mar. 14th 1899 ; 

Major Porto Rico Regiment Mar. 1st, 1900. 

SERVICE. 
With regiment on Ute Expedition from September 30th 
to November 29th, 1879; at Fort D. A. Russell, Wyoming 
to April 27th, 1880; at Fort Sidney, Nebraska to April 
15th, 1883; at Fort McKinney, Wyoming, to August 9th, 
1883 ; under instruction at the Infantry and Cavalry 
School, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, to July 1st, 1885 ; 
with regiment at Fort Reno, Indian Territory and in the 
field to October 27th, 1886 ; on leave to January 26th,i887 ; 
on Duty at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri, to April 26th, 
1887 ; at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, to October 1st, 1889 ; 
on duty at Military Prison, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, to 
April 14th, 1891 ; with regiment at Fort Reno, Oklahoma, 
to June, 1893 ; at Fort Mcintosh, Texas, to June, 1894; at 
Fort Sam Houston, Texas, to September, 1895 ; on Re- 
cruiting Service to August, 1897; Aide-de-camp to Gen- 
eral Wade, to June, 1898; on staff of General Wade to 
March 31 ,1899; with regiment in Porto Rico to date. 

2. Rear Admiral John J. Almy, 1815-1895. Sarah Ann MacLean 

Gardner, 1827-1871. 

3. Samuel Almy, 1780-1820. Phoebe Irish, 1781-1818. 

4. Job Almy, 1754-1820. Sarah Lawton, 1754-1820. 

5. Job Almy, 1721- Alice Slocum, 1724-1756. 

6. Christopher Almy, 1698-1728. Elizabeth Almy, 1697-1741. 

7. Capt. Job Almy, 1675-1743. Ann Dawton, 1678-1739. 

8. Christopher Almy, 1632-1713. Elizabeth Cornell -1708. 

Seventh in descent from Christopher Almy of Rhode 
Island. Assistant and Deputy to General Assembly 
1690; elected Governor of R. I. 1690, but refused to 

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serve for reasons satisfactory to the Assembly; Capt. 
of Militia 1692; Messenger to England 1693 and deliv- 
ered an address from the Colony to Queen Mary. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Eighth in descent from Ensign Thomas Cornell 
of Portsmouth, R. I. Ensign of Portsmouth Militia 
1642-1644; served with Gov. Kieft against Indians. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Christopher Almy. 

9. Ensign Thomas Cornell -1656. Eebecca Briggs -1673. 

2. Eighth in descent from William Almy of Ports- 
mouth, R. I. Assistant 1648; Commissioner 1656-57-63. 

2 to 8 same as descent from Christopher Almy. 

9. William Almy, 1601-1676. Audrey 1603-1676. 

3. Sixth in descent from Capt. Job Almy of Newport, 
R. I. Member of Governor's Council 1709; Capt. 1726; 
Deputy from Portsmouth, many times between 1709 and 
1726. 

For line of descent see Christopher Almy. 

4. Eighth in descent from Thomas Lawton of Ports- 
mouth, R. I. Assistant 1648; Commissioner 1656-57-58- 
61 ; Deputy from Portsmouth 1666. 

2 to 7 same as descent from Christopher Almy. 

8. Isaac Lawton, 1650-1732. Elizabeth Tallman, ....-1701. 

9. Thomas Lawton, -1681. 

5. Seventh in descent from Isaac Lawton of Ports- 
mouth, R. I. Assistant 1690-91 ; Deputy from Ports- 
mouth many times between 1696-1708. 

2 to 7 same as descent from Christopher Almy. 

8. Isaac Lawton, 1650-1732. Elizabeth Tallman -1701. 

6. Eighth in descent from Peter Tallman of Ports- 
mouht, R. I. Deputy from Portsmouth 1662-65 ; Deputy 
from Warwick 1661 ; General Solicitor for the Colonv of 



Rhode Island 1661 ; Commissioner for Warwick and 
Portsmouth 1661-62. 

2 to 7 same as descent from Christopher Almy. 

8. Isaac Lawton, 1650-1732.. Elizabeth Tallman, ....-1701. 

9. Peter Tallman -1708. Ann , ....- 

7. Eighth in descent from Joseph Hull of Barnstable, 
Mass. Deputy from Barnstable 1639. 

2 to 5 same as descent from Christopher Almy. 

6. Holder Slocum, 1697-.... Hannah Hull, 1697-1725. 

7. John Hull, 1654-1733. Alice Teddeman, 1659-1734. 

8. Tristram Hull, 1624-1666. Blanche - 

9. Joseph Hull, 1594-1665. 

8. Sixth in descent from John Hull of Jamestown, 
R. I. Deputy from Jamestown 1703-06-07-09. 

For line of descent see Joseph Hull (No. 7). 

9. Eighth in descent from William Ford Sr., of Dux- 
bury, Mass. Member of the Duxbury Military Co. under 
Capt. Miles Standish 1643. 

2. John J. Almy, 1815-1895. Sarah Ann McLean Gardner, 1827- 

1871. 

3. Charles Kitchell Gardner, 1787- Ann Eliza McLean, 

4. Thomas Gardner, 1752-1813. Sarah Kitchell, 1761-1833. 

5. Abraham Kitchell, 1736-1807. Charity Ford, 1739-1776. 

6. Samuel Ford -1752. Sarah Baldwin -1789. 

7. John Ford, 1659- Elizabeth Freeman - 

8. Ensign William Ford, 1634-1721. Sarah Dingley, 1649-1727. 

9. William Ford, Sr., 1594- Ann - 

io. Seventh in descent from Ensign William Ford of 
Marshfield, Mass. Ensign at Marshfield under Capt. 
Nathaniel Thomas Jr. 1681. 

For line of descent see William Ford, Sr. (No. 9). 

11. Eighth in descent from John Dingley of Marsh- 
field Mass. Member of Marshfield Military Co. under 
Capt. Nathaniel Thomas 1643. 

2 to 8, same as descent from William Ford, Sr. (No. 9). 
9. John Dingley, 1608-1658. Sarah - 

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12. Eighth in descent from John Wakeman of New 
Haven, Conn. Signer of the New Haven compact 1639, 
and Treasurer of the New Haven Colony 1655-56-57; 
Deputy from New Haven many years between 1641 and 
1660. 

2 to 6, same as descent from William Ford, Sr. (No. 9). 
7. Jonathan Baldwin, . ...- Susanna Kitchell -. ... 

5. Samuel Kitchell, - Elizabeth Wakeman, - 

9. John Wakeman -1661. 

13. Eighth in descent from Robert Kitchell of New 
Haven, Conn. Deputy 1656-61-62-63. 

2 to 5, same as descent from William Ford, Sr. (No. 9). 

6. Joseph Kitchell, ....-1776. Rachel -1789. 

7. Abraham Kitchell -1741. Sarah Bruen, 1679-1745. 

8. Ensign Samuel Kitchell, 1633-1690. Grace Pierson, 1650- 

9. Robert Kitchell, 1604-1672. Margaret Sheaf e -1682. 

14. Seventh in descent from Ensign Samuel Kitchell 
of Guilford, Conn. Ensign at Guilford 1665 ; Ensign at 
Newark, N. J. 1673. 

For line of descent see Robert Kitchell (No. 13). 

15. Eighth in descent from Obadiah Bruen of Glou- 
cester, Mass. and New London, Conn. Deputy from 
Gloucester 1644-47-48-49; named as one of the patentees 
in Conn. Royal Charter 1662; Commissioner for New 
London 1660-64 ; Member of Committee to treat with the 
Indians 1663 ; Deputy from New London 1665. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Robert Kitchell (No. 13). 

8. John Bruen, 1646- Edith Lawrence, 1651- 

9. Obadiah Bruen -.... 



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ANDERSON, ARTHUR CONVERSE. (Soc.No. no). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born in Bethel, Vermont, December 2nd, 1859. 
Married Charlotte Elizabeth Ferris September 10th, 1885. 

2. Francis Whitmore Anderson, 1832-.... Mary Ann Wyman, 

1833-.... 

3. Jacob Anderson, 1798-1833. Julia Rockwell, 1808-1887. 

4. Nathan Rockwell, 1776-1837. Hannah Converse, 1779-1875. 

5. Joseph Converse, 1754-1826. Mary Johnson, 1759- 

6. Lieut. Josiah Converse, 1710-1775. Eleanor Richardson, 1714- 

1785. 

7. Capt. Josiah Converse, 1684-1771. Hannah Sawyer, 1689- 

8. Major James Converse, 1645-1706. Hannah Carter, 1645-1691. 

Seventh in descent from James Converse of Woburn, 
Mass. He held the rank of Major and was the officer in 
command during the defense of Storer's Garrison at 
Wells, Maine, June 10th, 1692. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

1. Ninth in descent from John Prescott of Lancaster, 
Mass. Assisted in defending Lancaster when attacked 
by Indians 1675-76. 

2 to 7, same as descent from James Converse. 

8. Joshua Sawyer, 1655-1738. Sarah Wright, 1652- 

9. Thomas Sawyer, 1616-1706. Mary Prescott, 1630- 

10. John Prescott, 1604-1681. Mary Piatt -.... 

2. Eighth in descent from Thomas Sawyer of Lancas- 
ter, Mass. Assisted in defending Lancaster when at- 
tacked by Indians 1675-76. 

For line of descent see John Prescott (No. 1). 

3. Eighth in descent from Capt. John Carter of Wo- 
burn, Mass. Ensign in the Woburn Co. 1651; Lieut. 
1664; Captain 1672. 

2 to 8, same as descent from James Converse. 

9. Capt. John Carter, 1616-1692. Elizabeth Grace, 1613-1691. 



4- Seventh in descent from Israel Reed of Woburn, 
Mass. Served under Major Bradford in King Philip's 
War. 

2 to 6, same as descent from James Converse. 

7. Nathaniel Richardson, 1673-1728. Abigail Reed, 1678-1759. 

8. Israel Reed, 1642-1711. Mary Kendall, 1650-17U. 

5. Sixth in descent from Nathaniel Richardson of 
Woburn, Mass. A member of Capt. John Prentice's Co. 
and wounded in the Great Swamp Fight December 19th, 

1675- 

For line of descent see Israel Reed (No. 4) 

6. Ninth in descent from Robert Long of Charles- 
town, Mass. Member of the Ancient and Honorable Ar- 
tillery Co. 1639. 

2 to 8, same as descent from James Converse. 

9. Lieut. James Converse, 1620-1715. Ann Long, 1625-1691. 
10. Robert Long, 1590-1664. Elizabeth , ....-1687. 

7. Ninth in descent from Elias Maverick of Charles- 
town, Mass. Member of the Ancient and Honorable Ar- 
tillery Co. 1654 ; Sergeant of the Company 1658. 

2 to 5, same as descent from James Converse. 

6. Deacon Seth Johnson, 1720.-1804. Mary Edson, 1730-1790. 

7. Nathaniel Johnson, 1691-1760. Mehitable Guile, 1692- 

8. Lieut. John Johnson, Jr., 1657-1723. Lydia Clement, 1668-1696. 

9. Lieut. John Johnson, Sr., -1708. Elizabeth Maverick, 1639- 

1673. 
10. Elias Maverick, 1604-1684. Ann Harris, 1613-1697. 

8. Eighth in descent from Lieut. John Johnson, Sr., 
of Haverhill, Mass. Lieut, of the Haverhill Co. ; killed 
by Indians in the massacre at Haverhill Aug. 29th, 1708. 

For line of descent see Elias Maverick (No. 7). 

9. Ninth in descent from John Alden of Plymouth, 
Mass. A Mayflower passenger and the 7th signer of 
the Compact ; Member of Capt. Myles Standish Co. 1643 ; 
Assistant 1632 to 1640 and from 1650 to 1687; Deputy 
1640 to 1650; Member of the Council of War 1646-53- 

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58-67 ; Treasurer 1656-57-58 ; Deputy Governor 1664-65- 
67. 

2 to 5, same as descent from James Converse. 

6. Deacon Seth Johnson, 1720-1804. Mary Bdson, 1730-1790. 

7. Timothy Edson, 1694-1782. Mary Alden, 1699-1782. 

8. Deacon Joseph Alden, 1667-1747. Hannah Dunham, 1670-1748. 

9. Joseph Alden, 1627-1697. Mary Simmons - 

10. John Alden, 1599-1687. Priscilla Mullins, 1602-1688. 

io. Ninth in descent from Deacon John Dunham of 
Plymouth, Mass. Deputy from Plymouth for eleven 
years between 1639 and 1664. 

2 to 8, same as descent from John Alden (No. 9). 

9. Daniel Dunham, 1635- Hannah , -.... 

10. Deacon John Dunham, 1587-1669. Abigail - 

11. Eighth in descent from Deacon Samuel Edson of 
Bridgewater, Mass. Member of the Council of War 
from 1 666 to 1676. 

2 to 7, same as descent from John Alden (No. 9). 

8. Joseph Bdson, 1649-1712. Mary Turner - 

9. Deacon Samuel Edson, 1612-1692. Susannah Orcutt, 1618-1698. 

12. Sixth in descent from Capt. Joseph Rockwell of 
Windsor and Middletown, Conn. Deputy from Middle- 
town seven times between 1712 and 1719; Lieut, of the 
Middletown Train Band 1712; Capt. 1717. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from James Converse. 

5. Samuel Rockwell, 1727-1794. Hannah Orcutt, 1738-1776. 

6. Benjamin Rockwell, 1700- Margaret Park, 1702- 

7. Capt. Joseph Rockwell, 1670-1733. Elizabeth Drake, 1675-.... 

13. Eighth in descent from John Brown of Rehoboth, 
Mass. Commissioner of the United Colonies 1644-1656; 
Member of the Council of War and Governor's Assist- 
ant. 

2 and 3, same as descent from James Converse. 

4. Thomas Anderson, 1758-1835. Alice Whitmore, 1768-1865. 

5. George Anderson, 1726-1816. Abigail Brown, 1731-1810. 

6. Capt. Stephen Brown, 1688-1766. Abigail Rugg, 1699- 

7. Capt. John Brown, 1650-1708. Annie Mason, 1650- 

8. Ensign John Brown -1662. Ann Buckland, - 

9. John Brown, 1584-1662. 

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14. Seventh in descent from Major John Mason. An 
account of his life and public services will be found later 
in this volume. 

2 to 7, same as descent from John Brown (No. 13). 

5. John Mason, 1598-1671. Annie Peck, 1619-.... 

15. Fifth in descent from Robert Anderson of Mans- 
field, Conn. Served under Capt. John Wainwright 1721 
and under Col. Joseph Heath 1722. 

2 to 5, same as descent from John Brown, (No. 13). 

6. Robert Anderson -1754. Abigail Bagley, 1699-1743. 

16. Seventh in descent from Francis Whitmore of 
Cambridge, Mass. Served under Major Simon Willard 
in King Philip's War. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from John Brown (No. 13). 

6. Jacob Whitmore, 1736-.... Hannah Brown, 1748-.... 

6. Francis Whitmore, 1696-.... Elizabeth Bassett, 1701-.... 

7. Thomas Whitmore, 1673-1751. Mary Jennison, 1671-.... 

8. Francis Whitmore, 1625-1685. Margaret Harty, ....-1686. 

17. Eighth in descent from Ensign Richard Baldwin 
of Milford, Conn. Ensign of the Milford Co. 1654; Dep- 
uty from Milford 1662-63-64. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Francis Whitmore (No. 16). 

7. Sergt. Robert Bassett, 1638-1720. Elizabeth Riggs, 1668-1744. 

8. Ensign Samuel Riggs -1734. Sarah Baldwin, 1649- 

9. Ensign Richard Baldwin, 1622-1665. Elizabeth Alsop -1728. 

18. Ninth in descent from Governor John Webster of 
Connecticut. Governor's Assistant 1639-1655 ; Deputy 
Governor 1655; Governor 1656; First Magistrate 1657- 
1659- 

2. Francis Whitmore Anderson, 1832- Mary Ann Wyman, 

1833-.... 

3. Ashley Wyman, 1801-1888. Mary Ann Damon, 1806-1836. 

4. Samuel Damon, 1763-1859. Alice Marsh, 1767-1838. 

5. John Marsh, 1739-1813. Sarah Hammond, 1740-1771. 

6. Jonathan Marsh, 1713- Alice Newcomb, 1712-1752. 

7. Capt. Joseph Marsh, 1671-1753. Hannah - 

8. John Marsh, Jr -1727. Sarah Lyman, 1621- 

9. John Marsh, 1618-1688. Anne Webster -1662. 

10. John Webster, 1590-1661. Agnes 

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19- Seventh in descent from John Marsh, Jr., of Hart- 
ford, Conn. Served in King Philip's War under com- 
mand of Maj. Savage; Deputy 1693. 

For line of descent see Gov. John Webster (No. 18). 

20. Sixth in descent from Capt. Joseph Marsh of Leb- 
anon, Conn. Lieut, of Lebanon Train Band 1717; Capt. 
1722 ; Deputy from Lebanon six times between 1712 and 
I73i- 

For line of descent see Gov. John Webster (No. 18). 

21. Eighth in descent from Lieut. Andrew Newcomb 
of Edgartown, Mass. Commander of the fortifications 
at Edgartown 1691. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Gov. John Webster (No. 18). 

7. Deacon John Newcomb, 1688- Alice Lambert, 1686-.... 

8. Simon Newcomb, 1666-1744. Deborah , -1756. 

9. Lieut. Andrew Newcomb, 1640-1708. 

22. Ninth in descent from Samuel Eddy of Swansea, 
Mass. Member of Plymouth Co. 1643. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Lieut. Andrew Newcomb (No. 21). 

8. Jonathan Lambert, 1657-.... Elizabeth Eddy, 1670-.... 

9. Zachariah Eddy, 1639-1718. Alice Paddock, 1640-1692. 
10. Samuel Eddy, 1608-1688. Elizabeth Taylor, ......... 

23. Ninth in descent from Elder William Brewster of 
Plymouth, Mass. An account of his life and public ser- 
vices will be found later in this volume. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Gov. John Webster (No. 18). 

6. Caleb Hammond, 1700- Mary Brewster, 1703-.... 

7. Jonathan Brewster, 1664-1704. Judith Stephens, 1670- 

8. Benjamin Brewster, 1633-1710. Ann Dart -1709. 

9. Jonathan Brewster, 1593-1659. Lucretia Oldham, ....-1679. 
10. Elder William Brewster, 1563-1644. Mary Love, ....-1627. 

24. Ninth in descent from Governor Thomas Mayhew 
of Watertown, Mass., and Martha's Vineyard. An ac- 

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count of his life and public services will be found later 
in this volume. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from John Webster (No. 18). 

5. Rev. George Damon, 1736-3796. Dinah Athearn, 1737-1811. 

6. Jethro Athearn, 1693-1784. Mary Mayhew, 1700-1779. 

7. Major Paine Mayhew, 1677-1761. Mary Rankin, 1674-1753. 

8. Major Matthew Mayhew, 1648-1710. Mary Skiff, 1650-1690. 

9. Rev. Thomas Mayhew, 1620-1657. Jane Paine - — 

10. Governor Thomas Mayhew, 1592-1681. Martha Parkhurst, 



25. Eighth in descent from James Skiff of Sandwich, 
Mass. Deputy from Sandwich for nine years between 
1652 and 1666; Member of the Sandwich Co. 1643 and 
member of the Governor's Council later. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Mayhew, (No. 24). 
9. James Skiff -1688. Mary Reeves -1675. 

26. Eighth in descent from Anthony Bessey of Sand- 
wich, Mass. Member of Sandwich Co. 1643. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Gov. John Webster (No. 18). 

4. Dr. Solomon Wyraan, 1766-1857. Clarissa Ashley - — 

6. Enoch Ashley, 1750- — Phoebe Owen, — - — 

6. Thomas Ashley, 1704- Mary Bodflsh, 1705- 

7. John Bodflsh, 1675- Sarah Nye - — 

8. Joseph Bodflsh, 1651-1744. Elizabeth Bessey - 

9. Anthony Bessey, 1609-1657. Jane - — 



BAILEY, EVERETT HOSKJNS. (Soc. No. 99). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born April 10th, 1850, in Jamestown, New York. 
Married Jennie Letitia Jones June 2nd, 1874. 

2. Francis Parkman Bailey, 1820-1888. Caroline Pier, 1827-1859. 

3. Winthrop Bailey, 1784-1835. Martha Stanwood, 1790-1847. 

4. Stephen Bailey, 1753-1815. Sarah Crosby, 1754-1812. 

5. Benjamin Bailey, 1713-1790. Sibella Howe, ....-1803. 

Fourth in descent from Benjamin Bailey of Lancaster, 
Mass. Served as a soldier under Capt. Jonathan Whit- 
ney 1748. 



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SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

1. Eighth in descent from William Ward of Sudbury, 
Mass. Deputy from Sudbury, 1644; Commissioner from 
Sudbury 1645-46. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Benjamin Bailey. 

6. Benjamin Bailey, 1682-1726. Deborah Howe, 1688-1718. 

7. Eleazer Howe, 1662- Hannah Howe, 1667-.... 

8. Abraham Howe -1695. Hannah Ward, 1639-1717. 

9. William Ward, 1597-1687. Elizabeth -1700. 

2. Seventh in descent from Abraham Howe of Lan- 
caster, Mass. Served in garrison at Marlborough in 
King Philip's War. 

For line of descent see William Ward (No. 1). 

3. Seventh in descent from John Howe of Marl- 
borough, Mass. Served in garrison at Marlborough in 
King Philip's War. 

2 to 7, same as descent from William Ward. 

8. John Howe -1678. Mary -1698. 

4. Eighth in descent from Captain Richard Brackett 
of Braintree, Mass. Member of Ancient and Honorable 
Artillery Co. 1636; Capt. Braintree Co. Suffolk Reg. 
1675 ; Deputy from Braintree many times between 1655 
and 1681. 

2, 3 and 4 same as descent from Benjamin Bailey. 

5. Dr. Samuel Crosby, 1732- Azubah Howe - 

6. Samuel Crosby, 1698- Dorothy Brown, 1705- 

7. Simon Crosby 3rd, 1663- Hannah , -1702. 

8. Simon Crosby, Jr., 1637-1726. Rachael Brackett - 

9. Capt. Richard Brackett, 1611-1691. Alice 1614-1690. 

5. Seventh in descent from Simon Crosby, Jr., of 
Billerica, Mass. Served in garrison at Billerica and in 
scouting service under Capt. Wheeler in King Philip's 
War ; Deputy from Braintree 1691-92-97-98. 

For line of descent see Capt. Richard Brackett (No. 4). 
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6. Sixth in descent from Simon Crosby, yd, of Bil- 
lerica, Mass. Served in Indian War under Capt. Lane 
1706. 

For line of descent see Capt. Richard Brackett (No. 4). 

7. Seventh in descent from James Kidder of Billerica, 
Mass. Ensign in Lieut. Jonathan Danforth's Co. in Reg. 
commanded by Major Daniel Gookin 1675. 

2 to 6 same as descent from Capt. Richard Brackett (No. 4). 

7. Capt. George Brown, 1667-1738. Sarah Kidder, 1667-1718. 

8. James Kidder, 1626-1676. Ann Moore, ....-....' 

8. Sixth in descent from Capt. George Brown of Bil- 
lerica, Mass. Capt. of Militia in Billerica ; served against 
the Indians in King William's War and Queen Anne's 
War; Deputy from Billerica 1716-2 1-24-27. 

2 to 6 same as descent from Capt. Richard Brackett (No. 4). 
7. Capt. George Brown, 1667-1738. Sarah Kidder, 1667-1718. 

9. Seventh in descent from Sergt. Philip Stanwood of 
Gloucester, Mass. Sergt. Gloucester Train Band 1666. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Benjamin Bailey. 

4. Col. William Stanwood, 1752-1829. Hannah Thompson, 1761-.... 

5. Sergt. David Stanwood, 1721-1752. Mary Reed, 1723-1798. 

6. Lieut. Ebenezer Stanwood, 1695-1772. Jane 1695-1772. 

7. Samuel Stanwood, 1658-1726. Hannah Pressey, 1668- 

8. Sergt. Philip Stanwood -1672. Jane -1673. 

io. Sixth in descent from Samuel Stanwood of Glou- 
cester, Mass. Served under Major Richard Walderne 
1675 and under Capt. Jonathan Poole 1676. 

For line of descent see Sergt. Philip Stanwood (No. 9). 

ii. Fifth in descent from Lieut. Ebenezer Stanwood 
of Gloucester, Mass. Served under Sergt. Jonathan 
Kingsbury 171 7; stationed at Fort Georges under Capt. 
John Giles 1723-24; Sergt. in Capt. David Dunning's Co. 
1747 to 1749 ; "Centinel" in Capt. John Getchell's Co. 1753 
to *757 ; Lieut. 1767. 

For line of descent see Sergt. Philip Stanwood (No. 9). 



12. Fourth in descent from Sergt. David Stanwood 
of Brunswick, Maine. Served in Capt. John Getchell's 
Co. 1751; served in expedition against Louisburg. 

For line of descent see Sergt. Philip Stanwood (No. 9). 

13. Seventh in descent from John Pressey of Ames- 
bury, Mass. Served under Capt. William Turner in King 
Philip's War, and took part in the "Fall's Fight," May 
19th, 1676. 

2 to 7 same as descent from Sergt. Philip Stanwood (No. 9). 
8. John Pressey, 1639-1707. Marah Gouge, 1645- 



BARTHOLOMEW, JAMES HULL SHERMAN. 

(Soc. No. 33). 

Guerneville, California. 

Born May 23rd 1848, in Sangerfield, N. Y. 
Married Helen Parsons Severance Dec. 17th, 1885. 

2. Sherman Wlllard Bartholomew, 1825-1862. Mary Eliza Parke, 

1826- 

3. Ira Hull Bartholomew, 1798-1830. Mary Drury, 1801-1837. 

4. Ira Bartholomew, 1753-1828. Caroline Shattuck -1836. 

5. Lieut. Joseph Bartholomew, 1721-1781. Mary Sexton, -1814. 

6. Andrew Bartholomew, 1670-1753. Hannah Frisbie, 1681-1741. 

7. Lieut. William Bartholomew, 1640-1697. Mary Johnson, 1642- 

1710. 

8. Capt. Isaac Johnson, -1675. Elizabeth Porter, - 

9. John Johnson, 1600-1659. 

Eighth in descent from John Johnson of Roxbury, 
Mass. Deputy from Roxbury many years. In the be- 
ginning of the reign of King Charles I he was appoint- 
ed "Surveyor of all the King's armor in America." 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Sixth in descent from Lieut. William Bartholomew 
of Ipswich and Roxbury, Mass. Deputy to the Mass. 

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General Court from 1666 to 1674; Ensign of the Roxbury 
Co. 1689 and Lieut, of the same Co. 1691. 

For line of descent see John Johnson. 

2. Sixth in descent from John Frisbie of Branford, 
Conn. Deputy from Branford 1690 and 1692. 

2 to 6, same as descent from John Johnson. 
7. John Frisbie, 1650-1694. 

3. Sixth in descent from Capt. Joseph Kingsbury of 
Rowley and Ipswich, Mass. Ensign 1719; Lieut. 1727 
and Capt. 1748; Deputy 173 1. 

2. Sherman Willard Bartholomew, 1825-1862. Mary Eliza Parke, 
1826- 

3. Stanton Parke, 1794-1868. Frances Kingsbury, 1804-1874. 

4. Lemuel Kingsbury - Lois Hutchinson - 

5. Denison Kingsbury - Lydia Jones - 

6. Capt. Nathaniel Kingsbury - Hannah Denison, ....- 



7. Capt. Joseph Kingsbury - Ruth Denison, 



4. Seventh in descent from Thomas Stanton of Bos- 
ton, Mass., and Hartford and Stonington, Conn. Served 
in the Pequot War as an Indian Interpreter and soldier ; 
Deputy Magistrate 165 1 ; County Commissioner 1655 to 
1676; Deputy in Conn. 1666 to 1674; Court Interpreter 
1638 and for many years thereafter. As Interpreter Gen- 
eral he assisted the ministers who preached to the Indians 
and translated "Pierson's Catechism" into the Indian lan- 
guage. 

2. Sherman Willard Bartholomew, 1825-1862. Mary Eliza Parke, 

1826- 

3. Stanton Parke, 1794-1868. Frances Kingsbury, 1804-1874. 

4. Asahel Parke - Prudence Stanton, 1755-1852. 

5. John Stanton, 1722-1814. Dorothy Richardson, 1724-1790. 

6. Capt. Daniel Stanton - Elizabeth Brown - 

7. Joseph Stanton, 1646- Prentice - 

8. Thomas Stanton, 1616-1676. Anna Lord -1688. 

5. Seventh in descent from Capt. Thomas Prentice of 
Mass. and Conn. Lieut, in the Mass. Troop of Horse 
1656; Capt. of the same 1662; served in the Pequot and 



Narragansett Wars and he and his troop were engaged 
in the arrest of Sir Edmund Andros. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Thomas Stanton (No. 4). 
8. Capt. Thomas Prentice, 1621-1710. 

6. Eighth in descent from Lieut. John Drury of Bos- 
ton, Mass. Private in Capt. Moseley's Co.; Ensign and 
Lieut, in Capt. Davenport's Co.; he took part in the 
"Great Swamp Fight" December 19th, 1675. 

2. Sherman Willard Bartholomew, 1825-1862. Mary Eliza Parke, 



3. Ira Hull Bartholomew, 1798-1830. Mary Drury, 1801-1837. 

4. Capt. John Drury, 1771-1820. Betsey Clarke, ....-1809. 
6. Jonathan Drury, 1745-1820. Mary Pratt, 1743-1817. 

6. Caleb Drury, 1713-1760. Mehitable Maynard, 1716- 

7. Caleb Drury, 1688-1723. Elizabeth Barnes, 1685-1723. 

8. Capt. Thomas Drury, 1668-1723. Eachel Rice, 1664-.... 

9. Lieut. John Drury, 1646-1678. Mary Shrimpton -... 



BATES, WILLIAM OSCAR. (Soc. No. 86). 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

Born September 19th, 1852, in Fayette Co. Ind. 
Married Clara Adelaide Nixon Oct. 23d, 1893. 

2. John Bates, 1828- Angeline W. Thomas, 1830-1900. 

3. Elder Minor Thomas, 1770-1830. Dydla Scott, 1789-1863. 

4. Eber Scott, 1747-1796. Lydia Reynolds, 1748- 

5. Jonathan Scott, 1696-1758. Rebecca Frost - 

6. Jonathan Scott, 1666-1745. Hannah Hawks, 1668-1744. 

7. John Hawks, 1643-1721. Martha Baldwin, 1645-1676. 

Sixth in descent from John Hawks of Windsor, Conn., 
and Deerfield, Mass. Sergt. in the Militia; took an ac- 
tive part in King Philip's War and participated in the 
fight at Turner's Falls May 19th, 1676 ; one of the 25 men 
who went from Hadley* Mass., to raise the siege of 
Hatfield May 30th, 1676; they crossed the Connecticut 
River in a single boat and entered the stockade after a 



desperate fight with 700 Indians. He was severely 
wounded in this fight. In the sacking of Deerfield by the 
French and Indians Feb. 29th, 1704, his second wife 
Alice, his son John, daughter Elizabeth, daughter-in-law 
and three grandchildren lost their lives. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i . Seventh in descent from John Warner Sr. of Farm- 
ington, Conn. Served in Pequot War and received a 
grant of land, for his services. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from John Hawks. 

5. Capt. Samuel Reynolds, 1720-1810. Sarah Warner -1799. 

6. Dr. John Warner, 1670-1751. Rebecca Richardson, 1679-1748. 

7. John Warner, Jr., ....-1705. 

S. John Warner, Sr., 1615-1679. Ann Norton - 

2. Fourth in descent from Capt. Samuel Reynolds of 
Waterbury, Conn. Capt. of the Train Band in the Par- 
ish of Westborough, Waterbury, Conn. 1765. 

For line of descent see John Warner, Sr., (No. 1). 



BELL, EDWIN. (Soc. No. 129). 
Lieut. U. S. Army, stationed in the Philippine Islands. 

Born Washington, D. C, Feb. 25th, 1870. 
Married Julia Gerlach Aug. 9th, 1900. 

Cadet, U. S. Military Academy June 15, 1889; 

2nd Lieutenant, 8th Infantry June 12, 1894; 

1st Lieutenant, 8th Infantry, April 26, 1898. 

SERVICE. 

He joined his regiment September 30, 1894, and served 
with it at Fort McKinney, Wyoming, to December, 1894 ; 



Fort D. A. Russell, Wyoming, to October, 1897 ; in Alas- 
ka to August, 1899 ; Fort Snelling, Minnesota, to August, 
1900 ; en route to and in Philippine Islands to date. 

2. George Bell, 1828-.... Isabella McCormick, 1835- 

3. William Duffleld Bell, 1793-1841. Susan Harry, 1799-1870. 

4. Samuel Bell, 1765-1804. Susan Duffleld, 1771-1838. 

5. William Duffleld, 1727-1799. 

Fourth in descent from William Duffield of Cumber- 
land Co., Pa. Was in the Provincial service under Col. 
Bouquet in the defense of the frontier 1763 and 1764; 
Ensign in Capt. Isaiah Saddler's Associated Co. of York 
Co., Pa., 1756, and rendered active service in the frontier 
wars; headed a force of 50 men at Fort Loudon 1765 
in French and Indian War. 



BEMENT, ROBERT BUNKER COLEMAN. 
(Soc. No. 131). 
Born July 3d, 1848 in Northumberland, N. Y. 
Married Mary Elizabeth Tracy Dec. 31st, 1872. 

2. William Bement, 1816-1882. Catherine Bacon Lewis, 1815-1876. 

3. Reed Lewis, 1787-1836. Margaret Bacon, 1792-1869. 

4. Ebenezer Bacon, Jr., 1759-1817. Sarah Bement, 1769-1797. 

5. Ebenezer Bacon, 1708-1745. Lydia Lothrop, 1715-.... 

6. Samuel Bacon, 1682- Sarah Taylor Allyn, 1678- 

7. Nathaniel Bacon, Jr., 1645-1691. Sarah Hinckley, 1646-1686. 

8. Gov. Thomas Hinckley, 1618-1705. Mary Richards, ....-1659. 

Seventh in descent from Governor Thomas Hinckley. 
An account of his life and public services will be found 
later in this volume. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Seventh in descent from Nathaniel Bacon of Barn- 
stable, Mass. Deputy to the General Court of Plymouth 
Colony 13 years from 1652 to 1665 ; Assistant 1657 and 
re-elected annually until his death 1673; in 1658 and 



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1667 a member of the Council of War and frequently 

served on committees appointed by the General Court. 
2 to 7, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Hinckley. 

8. Nathaniel Bacon, -1673. Hannah Mayo -.... 

2. Eighth in descent from Thomas Richards of Dor- 
chester, Boston and Weymouth, Mass. Member of the 
Ancient and Honorable Artillery Co. 1648. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Hinckley. 

9. Thomas Richards, ....-1651. Welthean -1679. 

3. Eighth in descent from John Howland of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. The 13th signer of the Mayflower Com- 
pact and was in the "First Encounter" with the Indians 
at Great Meadow Creek, Dec. 8th (O. S.) 1620; Gov- 
ernor's Assistant 1634-5 and Deputy 1641 et seq. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Hinckley. 

6. Thomas Lothrop, 1673-1767. Experience Gorham, 1697-1733. 

7. James Gorham, 1650-1707. Hannah Hucklns, 1653-1727. 

8. Capt. John Gorham, 1621-1676. Desire Howland, ....-1683. 

9. John Howland, 1592-1673. Elizabeth Tilley, 1607-1687. 

4. Seventh in descent from Capt. John Gorham of 
Barnstable and Swansea, Mass. Deputy to the General 
Court of Plymouth Colony 1653 ; Capt. of the 2nd Co. of 
Plymouth Colony Regiment 1675, and afterwards took 
part in the "Great Swamp Fight." 

For line of descent see John Howland (No. 3). 

5. Sixth in descent from Capt. Joseph Lothrop of 
Barnstable, Mass. Deputy 1666 to 1690 ; Lieut, and also 
Capt. of Barnstable Militia 1643 an d a member of the 
Council of War 1676-1685. 

2 to 6, same as descent from John Howland (No. S). 

7. Capt. Joseph Lothrop, 1624-1702. Mary Ansel -.... 



6. Seventh in descent from Thomas Huckins of Bos- 
ton and Barnstable, Mass. Ensign in the Ancient and 
Honorable Artillery Co 1639; Commissary upon the Staff 



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of Maj. William Bradford (Plymouth Colony Regiment) 
1675 ; Member of the Council of War 1671. 

2 to 7, same as descent from John Howland (No. 3). 

8. Thomas Huoklns, 1617-1679. Rose Hylller (widow) 1616-1687. 

7. Ninth in descent from John Tilley of Plymouth, 
Mass. The 16th signer of the Mayflower Compact and 
took part in the "First Encounter" with the Indians at 
Great Meadow Creek Dec. 8 (O. S.), 1620. 

2 to 9, same as descent from John Howland (No. 3). 
10. John Tilley -162L 

8. Seventh in descent from Capt. John Knapp of 
Stamford, Conn. Ensign of the Train Band of Stam- 
ford, Conn., 1707; Lieut. 1710 and Capt. 1716. 

2. William Bement, 1816-1882. Catherine Bacon Lewis, 1815-1876. 

3. Caleb Nicholls Bement, 1791-1868. Harriet Hobble Holmes, 

1791-1823. 

4. Jotham Holmes, 1767-1838. Amy Knapp, 1774-1847. 

5. Nezer Knapp, ....-1800. Amy Hobbie, ....1802. 

6. David Knapp, 1725- Rebecca - 

7. Lieut. Samuel Knapp, 1695-1757. Martha , - 

8. Capt. John Knapp, 1664- Hannah Ferris - 

9. Sixth in descent from Lieut. Samuel Knapp of 
Danbury, Conn. Ensign of the Danbury Co. 1713; 
Lieut, of same 1716; Deputy from Danbury 1716. 

For line of descent see Capt. John Knapp (No. 8.) 

10. Ninth in descent from Andrew Ward of Water- 
town, Mass., and Hartford, New Haven and Fairfield, 
Conn. One of the Commissioners appointed by the Gen- 
eral Court of Mass. in 1636 to govern the Colony of 
Conn. ; Assistant at first General Assembly of Conn, and 
Deputy 1637 et seq. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Capt. John Knapp (No. 8). 

4. William Bement, 1766-1841. Deborah Nicholls, 1775-1812. 

5. Caleb Nicholls, 1738-1827. Deborah , 1732-1819. 

6. Daniel Nicholls - Jemima - 

7. Daniel Nicholls, 1687-1740. Hannah Peat, 1704- 

8. Abraham Nicholls, 1662- Rachel Kellogg, 1663- 

9. Caleb Nicholls -1690. Anne Ward, 1620-1718. 

10. Andrew Ward, 1600-1665. Esther -1665. 



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ii. Eighth in descent from Capt. Miles Morgan of 
Springfield, Mass. At the sacking and burning of 
Springfield, Mass., 1675, the townsmen and their famil- 
ies took refuge in a block house and stockade built by 
Capt. Miles Morgan and of which he was in command. 
In 1879, 210 years after his death, the citizens of Spring- 
field placed in their beautiful Court Square a statue com- 
memorating him and his virtues. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Andrew Ward (No. 10). 

5. William Bement, 1737- Sarah Sloan, - 

6. William Bement, 1708- Phoebe Markham, - 

7. William Bement, 1680-1728. Hannah Terry, 1684- 

8. Samuel Terry, 1661-1730. Hannah Morgan, 1656-1696. 

9. Capt. Miles Morgan, 1616-1669. Prudence Gilbert -1660. 



BISSELL, WILLIAM PUTNAM. (Soc. No. 74). 
Evanston, 111. 

Born in Waterville, N. Y. November 5th, 1844. 
Married Annie Moseley Oct. 25th, 1882. 

2. William Joseph Bissell, 1816-..,. Mary Putnam, 1818- 

3. Leverett Bissell, 1785-1833. Betsey Gardner Burnham, 1787-1858. 

4. Joseph William Bissell, 1759-1828. Elizabeth Clark, 1758-1851. 

5. Joseph Bissel, 1731-1814. Hannah Partridge, - 

6. Benjamin Bissell, 1701-1758. Mary Wattles -.... 

7. John Bissell, 1660-1725. Sarah White, 1662-1723. 

8. Thomas Bissell -1689. Abigail Moore, - 

9. John Bissell, 1591-1677. 

Eighth in descent from John Bissell of Windsor, Conn. 
Deputy 22 times betwen 1648 and 1664; enlisted as a 
trooper under command of Major John Mason March 
nth, 1658; his house garrisoned for defense against the 
Indians 1676. 

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SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Eighth in descent from Elder John White, of 
Cambridge and Hadley, Mass. and Hartford, Conn. 
Deputy from Hadley 1664-69. 

2 to 7, same as descent from John Blssell. 

8. Lieut. Daniel White, 1639-1713. Sarah Crow, 1647-1719. 

9. Elder John White -1683. Mary - 

2. Seventh in descent from Lieut. Daniel White, of 
Hatfield, Mass. Lieut, of Hatfield Co. 1692. 

For line of descent see Elder John White (No. 1). 

3. Ninth in descent from Elder William Goodwin, of 
Cambridge, Mass., and Farmington, Conn. Deputy 
from Cambridge 1634. 

2 to 7, same as descent from John Bissell. 

8. Lieut. Daniel White, 1639-1713. Sarah Crow, 1647-1719. 

9. John Crow, 1606-1686. Elizabeth Goodwin -.... 

10. Elder William Goodwin, 1598-1673. Susannah -.... 



4. Eighth in descent from Deacon John Moore, of 
Windsor, Conn. Deputy from Windsor for every session 
between 1665 and 1677. 



2 to 8, same as descent from John Bissell. 
9. Deacon John Moore, - Abigail .. 



5. Eighth in descent from Edward Holyoke, of Rum- 
ney Marsh, Mass. Deputy many times between 1639 and 
1650. 

2. William J. Bissel, 1816-1898. Mary Putnam, 1818- 

3. Nathaniel Putnam, 1786-1876. Betsey Wheeler, 1786-1871. 

4. Micah Putnam, 1754-.... Ann Curriel, 1755-1794. 

6. Nathaniel Putnam, 1730-1813. Betsey Bufflngton, 1734-1810. 

6. Isaac Putnam, 1698-1757. Ann Fuller, 1699-.... 

7. Deacon Edward Putnam, 1654-1747. Mary Hale, 1660-.... 

8. Lieut. Thomas Putnam, 1615-1686. Ann Holyoke, -1665. 

9. Edward Holyoke, -1660. Prudence Stockton, - 

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6. Seventh in descent from Lieut. Thomas Putnam, of 
Salem, and Lynn, Mass. Lieut, of the First Essex Troop 
of Salem and Lynn 1662 ; served in King Philip's War. 

For line of descent see Edward Holyoke (No. 5). 

7. Eighth in descent from Sergt. Thomas Hale, of 
Newbury, Mass. Sergt. of the Newbury Military Com- 
pany from 1652 to 1657; Commissioner for Haverhill 
1647. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Edward Holyoke (No. 5). 

8. Thomas Hale, Jr.. 1633-1688. Mary Hutchinson, - 

9. Sergt. Thomas Hale, 1604-1682. 

8. Eighth in descent from Capt. William Traske, of 
Salem, Mass. Capt. of the Salem Military Company 
1632; Mustermaster of the East Regiment 1636; Capt. 
of Salem Company, 3rd Mass. Reg., under Col. John En- 
dicott 1636-37; appointed with Capt. Daniel Patrick to 
command Massachusetts forces in Pequot War 1637; 
Deputy from Salem 1635-36-37-39. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Edward Holyoke (No. 5). 

7. Jonathan Puller, 1676- Susanna Traske, 1676- 

8. William Traske -.... Ann Putnam, ....-1676. 

9. Capt. William Traske - Sarah - 



9. Eighth in descent from Job Lane, of Maiden and 
Billerica, Mass. Served in King Philip's War; Deputy 
from Billerica 1676-78-80; Deputy from Maiden 1685-93. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Edward Holyoke (No. 5). 

5. Ensign Nathaniel Currlel Jane Dwight, 1733-1772. 

6. Samuel Dwight, 1703-1771. Jane Bulkley, 1714-1757. 

7. Michael Dwight, 1680-1761. Rachel Avery, 1679-1775. 

8. Robert Avery, 1649-1722. Elizabeth Lane -1746. 

9. Job Lane, 1620-1697. Sarah 

io. Fourth in descent from Ensign Nathaniel Curriel, 
of Sutton Mass. Ensign of the Sutton Military Com- 
pany. 

For line of descent see Job Lane (No. 9). 

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ii. Eighth, in descent from Lieut. William Avery, of 
Dedham and Springfield, Mass . Member of the Ancient 
and Honorable Artillery Company 1654; Sergt. 1655; 
Lieut, of Dedham Military Company 1673 ; Deputy from 
Springfield 1669. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Job Lane (No. 9). 

9. Lieut. William Avery, 1622-1687. Margaret -.... 



12. Seventh in descent from Capt. Timothy Dwight, 
of Dedham, Mass. Deputy from Dedham 1652; Cornet 
of Company of Horse 1676 ; Lieut. 1683 ; Capt. later. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Job Lane (No. 9). 

8. Capt. Timothy Dwight, 1639-1718. Anna Flint, 1643-.... 

13. Eighth in descent from Lieut. Joseph Wheeler, of 
Concord, Mass. Lieut, of Concord Militia in King Phil- 
ip's War 1676. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Edward Holyoke (No. 5). 

5. Ensign Nathaniel Curriel, - Jane Dwight, 1733-1772. 

6. Samuel Dwight, 1703-1771. Jane Bulkley, 1714-17B7. 

7. Capt. Joseph Bulkley, 1670-1748. Silence (Kean) Jeffrey - 

8. Capt. Peter Bulkley, 1643-1688. Rebecca Wheeler, 1645-.... 

9. Lieut. Joseph Wheeler, - Sarah - 



14. Seventh in descent from Capt. Peter Bulkley, of 
Concord, Mass. Capt .of the Concord Military Company 
1677-80; Deputy from Concord from 1673 to 1676; 
Speaker 1675-76; Assist. 1677, and from 1679 to 1684; 
Commissioner for United Colonies 1684; bearer of an 
address from the General Court to Charles II. 1676. 

For line of descent see Lieut. Joseph Wheeler (No. 13). 

15. Sixth in descent from Capt. Joseph Bulkley, of 
Littleton, Mass. Capt. of Littleton Military Company. 

For line of descent see Lieut. Joseph Wheeler (No. 13). 
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16. Seventh in descent from John Tower, of Hing- 
ham, Mass. His dwelling house was fortified as a garri- 
son in King Philip's War 1675-76. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Edward Holyoke (No. 6). 

4. James Wheeler, 1759-.... Thankful Tower, 1754-.... 

5. Joseph Tower, 1723-.... Hepzibah Gibbs, 1730-.... 

6. Ambrose Tower, 1700- — Mary -.... 

7. Benjamin Tower, 1654-1722. Deborah Garnet, 1657-1728. 

8. John Tower, 1609-1702. Margaret lb rook, 1617-1700. 



BO WEN, EDGAR CAMPBELL, (Soc. No. 43). 
Capt. U. S. A. 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born May 10th, 1842, in Genesee County, N. Y. 

Married Minerva Lydia Simpson Oct. 6th 1875 ; she died 

and he married Sarah Linde April 25th 1888. 
Was graduated from the Military Academy and appointed 

2nd Lieutenant, 12th Infantry June 23rd, 1865 ; 

1st Lieutenant, 12th Infantry June 23rd, 1865 ; 

Transferred to 30th Infantry Sept. 21st 1866; 

Captain Feb. 22nd 1869 ; 

Unassigned Mar. 23rd, 1869 ; 

Assigned to nth Infantry Jan. 1st, 1871 ; 

Retired June 7th, 1879. 

SERVICE. 

He was on duty at Fort Hamilton, New York from 
September 30th, 1865 to June 8th, 1866 ; on leave to De- 
cember 31st, 1866; joined 30th Infantry February 19th, 

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1867 and served therewith as of Company G, at Fort 
Sedgwick, C. T. to July 12, 1867 ; with regiment at Fort 
D. A. Russell, D. T. to June, 1868; at Fort Fred Steele, 
D. T. to November nth, 1868; on General Recruiting 
Service at Fort Columbus, New York to April 2nd, 1869 ; 
at Newport Barracks, Kentucky to June 24th, 1869; at 
Indianapolis, Indiana, to November 15th, 1869; at Fort 
Leavenworth, Kansas to December 23rd, 1869; on Gen- 
eral Recruiting Service and awaiting orders to January 
1st, 1871, when assigned to nth Infantry; joined regi- 
ment February 10th, 1871, and served with same at Jef- 
ferson, Texas, to May, 1871 ; at Fort Richardson, Texas, 
to December, 1872; in the field commanding Company to 
August 18, 1873 ; on duty in connection with conducting 
recruits to regiment to Jan. 1st, 1874; with Company at 
Fort Richardson, Texas, to August 14th, 1874; at Fort 
Sill, Indian Territory, and in the field to November 29th, 
1874; at Fort Richardson, Texas, to February 9th, 1875; 
on leave to May nth, 1875 ; at Fort Sill, Indian Territory 
to February 10th, 1876; at Fort Brown, Texas, to August 
27, 1876; on sick leave to May nth, 1877; with Company 
at Cheyenne Agency, Dakota, to October 27th, 1878 ; on 
sick leave to June 7th, 1879, when he retired from active 
service. 

2. Abraham B. Bowen, 1812-1882. Mary A. Campbell, 1811-1888. 

3. Asa Bowen, 1777-1857. Hannah Briggs, 1783-1863. 

4. Lemuel Bowen, 1755- Huldah Eddy - 

5. William Bowen, 1732- Anna Jennings, 1734- 

6. Samuel Bowen, 1687- Sarah Smith - 

7. Thomas Bowen, 1659- Thankful Mason, 1672-.... 

8. Obadiah Bowen, 1633- Mary Clifton - 

Seventh in descent from Obadiah Bowen of Swansea, 
Mass. Deputy from Swansea to the General Court of 

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Plymouth Colony 1681 and 1682; was one of the 
who furnished money to aid the Colony in King Phili] 
War. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Eighth in descent from Richard Bowen of Rel 
both, Mass; Deputy from Rehoboth 1651. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Obadiah Bowen. 
9. Richard Bowen, 1600-1675. 

2. Eighth in descent from Roger Goodspeed of Bai 
stable, Mass. A member of the Barnstable Military ( 

2 to 5, same as descent from Obadiah Bowen. 

6. John Jennings, 1706- Anne Holway, 1708- 

7. Isaac Jennings, 1677- Rose Goodspeed, 1680-1721. 

8. John Goodspeed, 1645- Experience Holway -.... 

9. Roger Goodspeed. 

3. Seventh in descent from John Goodspeed of Bai 
stable, Mass. Served from that town in King Phili] 
War in 1675 and 1676. 

For line of descent see Roger Goodspeed. (No. 2). 

4. Seventh in descent from Jonathan Jennings. Serv 
in King Philip's War 1675 and 1676 and was among t 
number who drew "Cedar Swamp" lots for service. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Roger Goodspeed (No. 2). 
8. Jonathan Jennings. 

5. Seventh in descent from Samuel Eddy. A memt 
of the Plymouth Military Company 1643. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Obadiah Bowen. 

5. John Eddy, 1730-1825. Sarah Angell, 1734-.... 

6. Joshua Eddy, 1680-1768. Hannah Stevens, 1682-1757. 

7. Zachariah Eddy, 1639-1718. Alice Paddock, 1640-1692. 

8. Samuel Eddy, 1608-1685. 

6. Seventh in descent from Robert Paddock. 
member of the Plymouth Military Company 1643. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Samuel Eddy (No. 5). 
8. Robert Paddock. 

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7. Eighth in descent from Roger Williams of Provi- 
dence, R. I. An account of his life and public services 

will be found later in this volume. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Obadlah Bowen. 

5. John Eddy, 1730-1825. Sarah Angell, 1734-.... 

6. Stephen Angell, ....-1772. Martha Olney, ....- 

7. Epenetus Olney, 1675-1740. Mary Williams -1740. 

8. Daniel Wiliams, 1642-1712. Rebecca Rhodes 1727. 

9. Roger Williams, 1599-1683. 

8. Eighth in descent from Thomas Angell of Provi- 
dence, R. I. Deputy from Providence 1652 and 1653. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Roger Williams (No. 7). 

7. John Angell, 1677- Sarah Clemence, 1688...... 

8. John Angell, 1646-1720. Ruth Field 1727. 

9. Thomas Angell, 1618-1694. 

9. Seventh in descent from John Angell of Provi- 
dence, R. I. Deputy 1686; served in King Philip's War 
ana of him it was said that on August 14th, 1676 he was 
one of those "who staid and went not away," fighting 
against the Indians in the defense of Providence. 

For line of descent see Thomas Angell (No. 8). 

10. Eighth in descent from Zachariah Rhodes of Prov- 
idence, R. I. Deputy from Providence 1664 and 1665. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Roger Williams (No. 7). 

9. Zachariah Rhodes, 1603-1665. Joanna Arnold, 1617-1692. 

ii. Eighth in descent from Thomas Olney of Provi- 
dence, R. I. The first Treasurer of the Rhode Island Col- 
ony 1638; Deputy from Providence 1672, 1676, 1677 and 
i6to; Assistant for nine years between 1649 and 1667. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Roger Williams (No. 7). 

8. Epenetus Olney, Sr., 1634-1698. Mary Whipple, 1648-1698. 

9. Thomas Olney, 1600-1682. Mary Small, 1605-1679. 

12. Seventh in descent from Epenetus Olney, Sr., of 
Providence, R. I. Deputy from Providence 1666, 1676, 
1684 and 1686. 

For line of descent see Thomas Olney (No. U). 

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13. Eighth in descent from John Field of Providence, 
R. I. Deputy from Providence 1676. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Thomas Angell (N. 8). 
9. John Field. 

14. Eighth in descent from Capt. John Whipple of 
Providence, R. I. Deputy from Providence seven years 
between 1666 and 1677; Lieut. Rhode Island Militia from 
1669 to 1676; assisted in defending the town of Provi- 
dence when attacked by the Indians Aug. 14th, 1676. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Thomas Olney (No. 11). 

9. Capt. John Whipple, 1617-1685. Sarah 1624-1666. 

15. Seventh in descent from Joseph Holway of Sand- 
wich, Mass. Member of Lieut. Blackmer's Co. from that 
town 1643. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Roger Goodspeed (N. 2). 

7. Joseph Holway, Jr. 

8. Joseph Holway. 

16. Eighth in descent from Ensign John Smith of 
Providence, R. I. Ensign in the R. I. Militia 1654; 
Deputy 1666-1672 ; March 30th, 1676, his house was burn- 
ed by the Indians; he was then Town Clerk and the 
town records being in his custody were saved by being 
thrown into the mill pond from which they were subse- 
quently rescued. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Roger Williams (No. 7). 

7. John Angell, 1677- Sarah Clemence, 1688- 

8. Richard Clemence, ....-1723. Sarah Smith -1725. 

9. John Smith -1682. Sarah Whipple, 1642-1687. 

17. Eighth in descent from Thomas Clemence of Prov- 
idence, R. I. Assisted in the defense of Providence when 
it was attacked and burned by the Indians August 14th, 
1676. 

2 to 8, same as descent from John Smith (No. 16). 

9. Thomas Clemence -1688. Elizabeth -1721. 

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BROOKE, JOHN RUTTER. (Soc. No. 50). 
Maj. Gen. U. S. Army, Commander of the Depart- 
ment of the East. Stationed at Governor's Island, New 
York Harbor, N. Y. 

Born in Montgomery Co., Pa., July 21st, 1838. 
Married first Louisa Roberts Dec. 24th, 1864. She died 

Oct. 22d, 1867, and he married Mary L. Stearns Sept. 

19th, 1877. 

Captain 4th Pennsylvania Infantry April 20, 1861 ; 

Colonel 33rd Pennsylvania Infantry Nov. 7, 1861 ; 

Brigadier General of Volunteers May 12, 1864, 
"for distinguished services during the recent battles of 

the Old Wilderness and Spottsylvania Court House, 

Virginia." 

Lieutenant Colonel 37th U S. Infantry July 28, 1866; 

Transferred to 3d Infantry March 15, 1869; 

Colonel 13th Infantry March 20, 1879; 

Transferred to 3d Infantry June 14, 1879 ; 

Brigadier General April 6, 1888; 

Major General May 22, 1897. 

Brevetted Major General of Volunteers, August 1, 
1864, "for gallant and meritorious services in the battles 
of Tolopotomy and Cold Harbor, Virginia." 

Brevetted Colonel, U. S. Army, March 2, 1867, "for 
gallant and meritorious services in the battle of Spottsyl- 
vania Court House, Virginia." 

SERVICE. 

With his regiment in the Army of the Potomac from 
1861 to May 12, 1864, when he was severely wounded; 

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absent on account of his wounds and on court-martial 
duty to March, 1865 ; in the Army of the Shenandoah to 
August, 1865, and on court martial duty until he resigned 
his volunteer commission, February 1, 1866. 

Since his appointment in the Regular Army, he has 
been serving principally with his regiment on the Western 
Frontier to 1888; commanding the Department of the 
Platte to April, 1897; the Department of the Missouri 
to March, 1898; the Department of the Lakes to April, 
1898; U. S. Forces and the 1st Army Corps at Chicka- 
mauga Park, Georgia, to July, 1898, and in Porto Rico to 
Uctober, 1898; commanding the Department of Porto 
Rico to December 5, 1898; commanding the Division of 
Cuba, and Military Governor of the Island of Cuba from 
December 28, 1898, to December 20, 1899; awaiting or- 
ders and on inspection duty to May 9, 1900 ; commanding 
the Department of the East to present date. 

2. William Brooke, 1792-1872. Martha Rutter, 1804-1878. 

3. David Rutter, 1766-1817. Mary Ann Potts -.... 

4. Thomas Rutter 3rd, 1731-1795. Martha Potts, 1740-1804. 

5. Thomas Rutter 2nd -1734. Mary Katherme, -.... 

6. Thomas Rutter 1st - 

Fifth in descent from Thomas Rutter of Pennsylvania. 
Member of the Assembly for the County of Philadelphia 
1713-14-27-28. 



SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Fourth in descent from Thomas Rutter Jr. of Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. Member of the Assembly for the County of 
Philadelphia, 1729. 

For line of descent see Thomas Rutter. 



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2. Fourth in descent from John Potts of Pottsgrave, 
Pa. Member of the Assembly for Berk's County 1759- 
1760-1761. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Thomas Butter. 

4. John Potts, Jr., 1766- Margaret Cormick, ....- 

5. John Potts, 1710-1768. Ruth Savage, - 



BRYANT, FREDERICK STEWART. (Soc. No. 133). 

St. Paul, Minnesota. 
Born March 20th, 1859, in Erie, Pa. 
Married Shirley Estelle MacManus June 28, 1888. 

2. James Spencer Bryant, 1838-1863. Sarah Ellen Stewart, 1838- 

3. George Fay Bryant, 1812-1860. Jane Miller Baker, 1814-1899. 

4. Reuben Bryant, 1769-1846. Julia Danforth, 1764-1812. 

6. Dr. Timothy Danforth, 1729-1792. Sarah Patten, 1735-.... 

6. Capt. Jacob Danforth, 1697-1754. Rebecca Patten, 1699-1773. 

7. Ensign Jonathan Danforth, 1658-1710. Rebecca Parker, 1661- 

1754. 

8. Capt. Jonathan Danforth, 1627-1712.Elizabeth Poulter, 1633-1689. 

Seventh in descent from Captain Jonathan Danforth of 
Billerica, Mass. Lieut, of the Billerica Co. Middlesex 
Reg. under Major Daniel Gookin 1675 ; Capt. 1683 ; serv- 
ed in expedition against Canada under Sir William 
Phipps 1690; dwelling house used as a garrison house 
in King Philip's War 1675. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i . Eighth in descent from Nicholas Danforth of Rox- 
bury, Mass. Deputy from Roxbury 1636-37; Capt. 1637. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Capt. Jonathan Danforth. 

9. Nicholas Danforth, 1585-1638. Elizabeth -1629. 

2. Sixth in descent from Ensign Jonathan Danforth 
of Billerica, Mass. Served in garrison at Billerica in 

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King Philip's War, his father's house having been used 
as a garrison ; Ensign later. 

For line of descent see Capt. Jonathan Danforth. 

3. Seventh in descent from Thomas Patten of Biller- 
ica, Mass. Commander of the garrison at Billerica in 
King Philip's War. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Capt. Jonathan Danforth. 

6. Thomas Patten, 1695-1747. Miriam Stearns, 1705-1747. 

7. William Patten, 1671-1730. Mary Rogers, 1668-1716. 
6. Thomas Patten, 1636-1690. Rebecca Paine, 1642-1680. 

4. Sixth in descent from William Patten of Billerica 
and Cambridge, Mass. Deputy from Cambridge 1729-30. 

For line of descent see Thomas Patten (No. 3). 

5. Eighth in descent from John' Rogers, Sr., of Biller- 
ica, Mass. Served in garrison at Billerica in King Phil- 
ip's War 1675. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Thomas Patten (No. 3). 

8. John Rogers, Jr., 1641-1695. Mary Shed, 1648-1688. 

9. John Rogers, Sr., 1611-1686. Priscilla Dawes -.... 



6. Seventh in descent from John Rogers, Jr., of Bil- 
lerica, Mass. Served in garrison at Billerica in King 
Philip's War 1675; killed by Indians at Billerica Aug. 
5th, 1695. 

For line of descent see John Rogers, Sr. (No. 5). 

7. Eighth in descent from Daniel Shed, Sr., of Biller- 
ica, Mass. Served in garrison at Billerica in King Phil- 
ip's War 1675 ; Corporal 1679. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Thomas Patten (No. 3). 

8. John Rogers, Jr., 1641-1695. Mary Shed, 1648-1688. 

9. Daniel Shed, Sr...-1708. Mary 

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8. Eighth in descent from Gregory Stone of Cam- 
bridge, Mass. Deputy from Cambridge 1638. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Thomas Patten (No. 3). 

7. Isaac Stearns, 1661-1739. Mary Merriam, 1664- 

8. Joseph Merriam, 1630-1677. Sarah Stone, 1633-1704. 

9. Gregory Stone, 1592-1672. Lydia -1674. 

9. Sixth in descent from Isaac Stearns of Billerica, 
Mass. Served in Queen Anne's War under Capt. John 
Lane 1706-07. 

For line of descent see Gregory Stone (No. 8). 

10. Ninth in descent from Rev. John Lathrop of 
Barnstable, Mass. Member of Barnstable Military Co. 
under Capt. Thomas Dimmock 1643. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Thomas Patten (No. 3). 

7. Isaac Stearns, 1661-1739. Mary Merriam, 1664-.... 

8. John Stearns, 1631-1668. Mary Lathrop, 1640-.... 

9. Thomas Lathrop, 1631-1707. Sarah Learned, 1608-.... 
10. Rev. John Lathrop, 1584-1653. Mary -.... 



11. Eighth in descent from Thomas Lathrop of Barn- 
stable, Mass. Member of Barnstable Military Co. 1643. 

For line of descent see Rev. John Lathrop (No. 10). 

12. Ninth in descent from Roger Conant of Beverly, 
Mass. Governor of the Massachusetts Colony at Cape 
Ann 1625-26, and at Salem 1627-29 ; Deputy 1634. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Capt. Jonathan Danforth. 

5. Thomas Bryant, 1742- Elizabeth Chandler, 1729- 

6. Samuel Chandler, 1704-1754. Dinah Conant, 1710- 

7. Lot Conant, 1677-1767. Martha Cleaves, 1681-1725. 

8. John Conant, 1652-1724. Bethia Mansfield, 1658-1727. 
9. Lot Conant, 1624-1674. Elizabeth "Walton, 1629-.... 
10. Roger Conant, 1591-1679. Sarah Horton, - 

13. Seventh in descent from John Conant of Beverly, 
Mass. Member of Capt. Samuel Appleton's Co. in King 
Philip's War 1675-76. 

For line of descent see Roger Conant (No. 12). 

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14- Eighth in descent from Andrew Mansfield of 
Lynn, Mass. Deputy from Lynn 1680-83. 

2 to 8. same as descent from Roger Conant (No. 12). 
9. Andrew Mansfield, 1623-1683. Bethla , ......... 



15. Eighth in descent from Lieut. William Buss of 
Concord, Mass. Ensign in Capt. Simon Willard's Co. 
under Major Daniel Gookin in King Philip's War 1675- 
76; Lieut, later. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Roger Conajit (No. 12). 

7. Samuel Chandler, 1674-1743. Dorcas Buss, 1672-1757. 

8. Joseph Buss, 1649-1680. Elizabeth Jones, 1652-.... 

9. Lieut. William Buss, 1613-1698. Ann -1674. 

16. Seventh in descent from Joseph Buss of Concord, 
Mass. Served in King Philip's War under Capt. Na- 
thaniel Davenport, and also under Capt. Edward Ting. 

For line of descent see Lieut. William Buss (No. 15). 

17. Ninth in descent from Thomas Halsey of South- 
ampton, Long Island. Deputy from Southampton 1664; 
served in Indian Wars in Long Island. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Capt. Jonathan Danforth. 

4. Elias Baker -.... Sarah Halsey, 1791-1816. 

5. John Halsey, 1756-1827. Nancy Sayre, 1757-1828. 

6. Joseph Halsey, 1730-1813. Mary Armstrong, 1737-.... 

7. Gen. Joseph Halsey ,1695-1771. Elizabeth Haines, ......... 

8. Joseph Halsey, 1668-1725. Elizabeth Halsey - 

9. Isaac Halsey, 1628-1725. Mary -.... 

10. Thomas Halsey, 1591-1679. Phoebe 1649. 

1 8. Seventh in descent from Capt. Daniel Sayre of 
Sagg, N. Y. Lieut, in Col. Schuyler's Co. of New York 
Militia in expedition to Canada 171 1 ; Captain later. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Thomas Halsey, (No. 17). 

6. Isaac Sayre, 1724- Jane Swaine - 

7. Isaac Sayre, ....-1725. Elizabeth Smith -.... 

8. Capt. Daniel Sayre 1666-1748. Sarah 1667-1733. 

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19. Eighth in descent from Nicholas Browne of Read- 
ing, Mass. Deputy from Reading 1641. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Capt. Jonathan Danforth. 

5. Thomas Bryant, 1742- Elizabeth Chandler, 1729- 

6. Kendall Bryant, 1709-1797. Mary Parker, 1702-.... 

7. Ebenezer Parker 1676- Bebecca Newhall 1675- 

8. Lieut. Hananiah Parker 1638-1724. Elizabeth Browne 1647-1697. 

9. Nicholas Browne ....-1673. Elizabeth -.... 

20. Seventh in descent from Lieut. Hananiah Parker 
of Lynn and Reading, Mass. Ensign of Reading Foot 
Company 1680-84; Lieut. 1684; Deputy from Reading 
1683-84-95-97-99-1703. 

For line of descent see Nicholas Browne (No. 19). 

21. Seventh in descent from Major Jeremiah Swaine 
of Reading, Mass. Lieut, of a Company in King Phil- 
ip's War and was wounded at the Great Swamp Fight 
December 19th, 1675; Captain 1676; Capt. of Reading 
Foot Co. 1679; Commander in Chief of all the Massa- 
chusetts forces against the Indians 1689; Deputy from 
Reading 1685-86-87-89-94-1702-06; Governor's Assist- 
ant 1689-90-96. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Nicholas Browne (No. 19). 

7. Kendall Bryant, 1680-.... Elizabeth Swaine, 1684-.... 

8. Major Jeremiah Swaine, 1643-1710. Mary Smith - — 



22. Seventh in descent from John Bigelow, Sr., of 
Watertown, Mass. Served in Pequot War 1637 and un- 
der Capt. Davenport in King Philip's War 1675-76; 
served also under Capt. John Cutler. 

2. James Spencer Bryant, 1838-1863. Sarah Ellen Stewart, 1838-.... 

3. Thomas Stewart, 1795-1877. Elizabeth Mac Elroy, 1800-1862. 

4. John Stewart, 1751-1803. Mary Barron, 1754-1837. 

5. Capt. Moses Barron, 1709-1771. Lucy Parker, 1714-1758. 

6. Samuel Barron, 1679-1771. Mary Stearns, 1684-1743. 

7. Capt. John Stearns, 1654-1728. Elizabeth Bigelow, 1657-1694. 

8. John Bigelow, Sr., 1617-1703. Mary Warren -1691. 

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23. Sixth in descent from Capt. John Steams of 
Billerica, Mass. Served as Lieut, in Co. commanded by 
Capt. John Lane 1704; engaged in relief of Dunstable 
1706. 

For line of descent see John Bigelow, Sr. (No. 22). 

24. Seventh in descent from Ellis Barron of Water- 
town, Mass. Served as a soldier in King Philip's War x 
1675-76. 

2 to 6, same as descent from John Bigelow, Sr. (No. 22). 

7. Moses Barron, 1643- Mary Learned, 1647- — 

8. Ellis Barron, 1600-1676. Grace -1650. 

25. Fifth in descent from Samuel Barron of Chemls- 
ford, Mass. Served under Capt. Lane in the expedition 
for the relief of Groton, Dunstable and Dracut, August, 
1706. 

For line, of descent see John Bigelow, Sr. (No. 22). 

26. Seventh in descent from Abraham Parker of 
Chemlsford, Mass. Served as a soldier in King Philip's 
War 1675. 

2 to 5, same as descent from John Bigelow Sr. (No. 22). 

6. Ebenezer Parker, 1690-1773. Elizabeth Parker, 1691- 

7. Moses Parker, 1657-1732. Abigail Hildreth -.... 

8. Abraham Parker, ....-1685. Rose Whitlock -1691. 

27. Seventh in descent from Sergt. Richard Hildreth 
of Chelmsford, Mass. Sergt. in Chelmsford Military Co. 
1663-64. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Abraham Parker (No. 26). 

8. Sergt. Richard Hildreth, 1605-1688. Elizabeth 1625-1693. 

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BUTTERS, WILLIAM. (Soc. No. 102.) 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Born December 21st, 1850, in Boston, Mass. 
Married Ella Susan King October 21st, 1874. 

2. Isaac Hill Butters, 1825-1886. Angeline Salome Mott, 1826-.... 

3. William Butters, 1786-1866. Eloiza Moureau Cormerals, 1798- 

1819. 

4. Samuel Butters, 1749-1812. Tabitha Nichols, 1764-1808. 

5. Samuel Butters, 1728-1793. Kezlah Dana, ....-1769. 

6. Samuel Butter, 1703-1788. Sarah Jaquith, 1703-.... 

7. William Butter, 1665-1745. Rebecca -.... 

8. William Butter, 1630-1692. 

Seventh in descent from William Butter of Woburn, 
Mass. Private in Capt. Joseph Syll's Company at the 
capture of 300 Indians at Dover, N. H., September 4th, 
1676. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

1. Eighth in descent from William Gerrish of New- 
bury, Mass. The first Captain of the Military Company 
of Newbury and in command of the garrison at that town 
for several years; served as Captain in King Philip's 
War 1675-6; Deputy 1650. 

2 and 3, same as descent from William Butter. 

4. Jaques Arnold Cormerals, 1757-1800. Jane Vaughan Rindge. 

6. Jotham Rindge, - Sarah Vaughan, 1740-1816. 

6. Elliott Vaughan, 1711-.... Ann Gerrish, 1117-.... 

7. Timothy Gerrish, 1684-1756. Sarah Elliott -.... 

8. John Gerrish, ......... Elizabeth Waldron, 1645-.... 

9. William Gerrish. 

2. Seventh in descent from Capt. John Gerrish of 
Newbury, Mass., and Dover New Hampshire. Captain 
1672; Capt. of all the Troops of Horse in the Province 
of New Hampshire 1680 ; Captain in King William's War 
1690; High Sheriff of the Province 1683 ; Member of the 
Special Assembly 1684; Deputy 1684-1689, 1690 and 

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1697; Royal Councillor of the Province of New Hamp- 
shire ; Justice of the Supreme Court 1699 to 1714. 

For line of descent see William Gerrish (No. 1). 

3. Sixth in descent from Col. Timothy Gerrish of 
Dover, N. H. Proprietor of Gerrish Island ; Capt. of the 
Provincial militia 1719; Deputy 1709-1715 and 1722; Col. 
of the Provincial Militia of York Co., Maine, 1725 ; Royal 
Councillor of the Province of Massachusetts 1730-1735. 

For line of descent see William Gerrish (No. 1). 

4. Eighth in descent from Major Richard Waldron, 
of New Hampshire. An account of his life and public 
services will be found later in this volume. 

2 to 8, same as descent from William Gerrish (No. 1). 
9. Richard Waldron. 

5. Seventh in descent from William Vaughan of New 
Hampshire. Lieut. 1672; Capt. 1680; Royal Councillor 
1679, 1690 and 1698; President of the Council 1706-1715. 

2 to 6. same as descent from William Gerrish (No. 1). 

7. George Vaughan, 1676-1725. Elizabeth Elliott -.... 

8. William Vaughan - Margaret Cutts, 1650- 

6. Sixth in descent from George Vaughan of New 
Hampshire. Col. of Provincial forces during Queen 
Anne's War; elected in 1707 by the General Assembly as 
representative of the Province in England; Lieut. Gov- 
ernor 1715. 

For line of descent see William Vaughan (No. 5). 

7. Eighth in descent from Capt. Richard Cutts of 
Portsmouth, N. H. Deputy from Portsmouth 1669-1672 ; 
he built the first fort at New Castle 1660 and was its 
first commander upon its completion. 

2 to 8, same as descent from William Vaughan (No. 5). 

8. Richard Cutts. 

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8. Seventh in descent from Robert Elliott of New Cas- 
tle, N. H. Member of Gov. Cranfield's Council 1682 to 
1686; member of Gov. Allen's Council 1692 et seq. ; Mem- 
ber from Scarborough of the last Assembly of Maine 

1685. 

2 to 7, same as descent from William Gerrish (No 1). 

8. Robert Elliott, 1640-1720. Sarah Fryer, 1656-.... 

9. Eighth in descent from Capt. Nathaniel Fryer of 
Mass. and N. H. Deputy to the General Court of Mass. 
1666; Commissioner to conclude a treaty with Indians 
at Casco, Maine, 1678 ; Royal Councillor of the Province 
of N. H. 1683; Deputy Governor 1692 to 1702; Chief 
Justice of the Court of Common Pleas 1693-1695 ; Lieut. 
1678; Capt. 1689; Commander of Fort William and 
Mary at New Castle, N. H., 1692-1697. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Robert Elliott (No 8). 
». Nathaniel Fryer -1705. 

10. Sixth in descent from Nathaniel Mott of Brain- 
tree, Mass. Assisted in defending Braintree when at- 
tacked by Indians Feb. 25th, 1675, and was killed during 
that fight. 

2. Isaac Hill Butters, 1825-1886. Angeline Salome Mott, 1826-.... 

8. Joshua Mott, 1790-.... Angelia R. Pratt -.... 

4. Stephen Mott, 1752-.... Abigail Staples, ......... 

B. John Mott, 1707-.... Lydia -.... 

6. Ebenezer Mott, 1675- Grace Vinal, - 

7. Nathaniel Mott -1675. Hannah Shorter, ."...-.... 



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CATLIN, FREDERICK MILES. (Soc. No. 120). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born October 31st, 1859, in Erie, Pa. 

Married Bertha Ada Crossman August 4th ,1898. 

2. Henry Catlin, 1833-.... Ellen Towner, 1840-1882. 

3. Henry Catlin, 1785-1845. Sally Pratt, 1790-1861. 

4. John Catlin, 1760-1843. Dinah Look, 1755-1834. 

5. Joseph Catlin, 1732- Abigail French, 1735- 

6. John Catlin, 1704-1758. Mary Munn, 1705-1763. 

Fifth in descent from John Catlin of Mass. Served 
under Capt. Kellogg in "Father Rasles War" ; Lieut, of 
Company of snowshoe men 1743; in command of Fort 
Shirley, Mass., 1747 to 1749; commanded Co. above 
Northfield, Mass., 1749; led a Co. of 52 men from 
Deerfield to Fort Massachusetts, Sept. 13, 1757; was in 
command of twelve forts extending from Northfield to 
Pontoosuc with headquarters at Burke's Fort, Bernard- 
ston, 1758, when he died in service. 



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CHAMBERLIN, CLARENCE ABNER,(Soc. No. 46). 
Eau Claire, Wis. 

Born November 7th, 1846, in Goffstown, N. H. 
Married Alice Elizabeth Black March 4th, 1869. 

2. Preston Chamberlin, 1802-1859. Laura Huntley, 1806-1850. 

3. Joseph Chamberlin, 1777-1845. Nancy McAllister, 1776-1838. 

4. Joseph Chamberlin, 1738-1815. Ruth Preston, - 

5. Richard Chamberlin, 1714-1784. Abigail , ......... 

6. Nathaniel Chamberlin, 1689-1780. Elizabeth Hankins, 1706-.... 

7. Joseph Chamberlin, 1655-1721. Hannah Gilbert, - 

Sixth in descent from Joseph Chamberlin of Sudbury, 
Mass. Served in the Narragansett War and took part 
in the "Great Swamp Fight" December 19th, 1675; 
served in garrison at Westfield, Mass., 1676. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

1. Fourth in descent from Richard Chamberlin of 
Northfield, Mass. In 1747 Capt. Phineas Stevens raised 
a company of sixty men for the French and Indian War, 
and went into winter quarters at Charlestown, N. H. 
With this company was Richard Chamberlin, who re- 
mained there during its desperate seige. He with his 
son, Abiel, served under Capt. Selah Barnard's Company 
(Col. William Williams Reg.) which was engaged in 
the reduction of Canada 1758. 

For line of descent see Joseph Chamberlin. 

2. Fifth in descent from Nathaniel Chamberlin of 
Northfield, Mass. Served in Capt. Benjamin Dwight's 
Company in "Father Rasles War" 1725 ; took part in the 
Crown Point Expedition 1758. 

For line of descent see Joseph Chamberlin. 

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3. Fourth in descent from John McAllister of Fran- 
cestown, N. H. Served in expedition against Crown 
Point 1758 in Capt. Alexander Todd's Co. in Regiment 
commanded by Col. John Hart ; served also in Capt. Alex- 
ander Todd's Co. under Col. John Qoffe 1760. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Joseph Chamberlin. 

4. Archibald McAllister - Maria McKeen, - 

5. John McAlister, — - — 

4. Third in descent from Archibald McAllister of 
Francestown, N. H. Served in Capt. Alexander Todd's 
Company in Regiment commanded by Col. John Goffe 
for the invasion of Canada, 1760. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Joseph Chamberlin. 

4. Archibald McAllister - Maria McKeen - 



CHAMBERLIN, GEORGE HARRIS. (Soc. No. 77). 
Walla Walla, Wash. 

Born July 5th, 1865, in Rock Falls, Wis. 
Married Harriet Eliza Garland March 10th, 1888. 

2. George H. Chamberlin, 1827- Antianette Weston, 1833-.... 

3. Preston Chamberlin, 1802-1859. Laura Huntley, 1806-1850. 

4. Joseph Chamberlin, 1777-1845. Nancy McAllister, 1776-1838. 

5. Joseph Chamberlin, 1738-1816. Ruth Preston -.... 

6. Richard Chamberlin, 1714-1784. Abigail , ......... 

Fifth in descent from Richard Chamberlin of North- 
field, Mass. In 1747 Capt. Phineas Stephens raised a 
Co. of sixty men for the French and Indian War and 
went into winter quarters at Charlestown, N. H. ; with 
this company was Richard Chamberlin, who remained at 
Charlestown during its desperate siege. In 1758 he with 

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his son Abiel served in Capt. Selah Barnard's Co. (Col. 
William William's Reg.) which was engaged in the re- 
duction of Canada. 

As the further record of George Harris Chamberlin is 
identical with that of his brother Jehiel Weston Cham- 
berlin, M. D., (Soc. No. 28), it is not printed in detail at 
this point. 



CHAMBERLIN, JEHIEL WESTON. (Soc. No 28). 
St. Paul, Minnesota. 

Born October 28th, 1857, in R° ck Falls » Wis. 
Married Clara Augusta Smith October 18th, 1887. 

2. George H. Chamberlin, 1827- Antianette Weston, 1833- 

3. Preston Chamberlin, 1802-1859. Laura Huntley, 1806-1850. 

4. Joseph Chamberlin, 1777-1845. Nancy McAllister, 1776-1838. 
6. Joseph Chamberlin, 1738-1815. Ruth Preston - 

6. Richard Chamberlin, 1714-1784. Abigail , ......... 

Fifth in descent from Richard Chamberlin of North- 
field, Mass. In 1747 Capt. Phineas Stephens raised a 
Company of sixty men for the French and Indian War 
which went into winter quarters at Charlestown, N. H, 
with this company was Richard Chamberlin, who remain- 
ed there during its desperate siege ; he with his son Abiel 
served in Capt. Selah Barnards Co. (Col. William Will- 
iam's Reg.) which was engaged in the reduction of 
Canada in 1758. 

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SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Seventh in descent from Joseph Chamberlin of 
Sudbury, Mass. He served in the Narragansett War 
and took part in the Great Swamp Fight December 19th, 
1675. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Richard Chamberlin. 

7. Nathaniel Chamberlin, 1689-1780. Elizabeth Hankins, 1706-. 

8. Joseph Chamberlin, 1655-1721. Hannah Gilbert, ......... 

2. Sixth in descent from Nathaniel Chamberlin of 
Sudbury, Mass. Served in Benjamin Dwight's Co. of 
Rangers in "Father Rasle's War" 1725; Sept., 1725, he 
was left with about 25 others to defend Fort Dummer 
and in a scouting expedition was taken prisoner by the 
Indians; took part in the Crown Point Expedition 1755 
and served in the last French and Indian War 1758. 

For line of descent see Joseph Chamberlin (No. 1). 

3. Tenth in descent from William Thomas of Barn- 
stable and Marshfield, Mass. Governor's Assistant 1642- 
43-47-48-49; Deputy from Barnstable 1641 and from 
Marshfield 1646; Member of the Council of War. li/lh-' 

2. George H. Chamberlin, 1827-.... Antianette Weston, 1833-.... 

3. Daniel Weston, 1807-.... Betsey Edson -.... 

4. John Weston, 3rd, 1767-. .. . Dolly Sprague, 1769-.... 

5. John Weston, 2nd, 1724-.... Priscilla Sturtevant -.... 

6. Dr. Josiah Sturtevant, 1720- Priscilla Croade, 1725-.... 

7. Thomas Croade, -.... Rachel -.... 

8. John Croade, 2nd, - Deborah Thomas - 

9. Nathaniel Thomas, Jr., 1643-1718. Deborah Jacob, 1643- 

10. Capt. Nathaniel Thomas, 1610-1674. 

11. William Thomas, 1573-1651. 

4. Ninth in descent from Capt. Nathaniel Thomas of 
Marshfield, Mass. Member of the Plymouth Military 
Co. 1637; Lieut. 1643; Capt. 1644. 

For line of descent see William Thomas (No. 3). 

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5. Eighth in descent from Capt. Nathaniel Thomas, 
Jr., of Marshfield, Mass. Deputy from Marshfield from 
1685 to 1691 ; served as Capt. in King Philip's War. 

For line of descent see William Thomas (No. 3). 

6. Tenth in descent from Richard Warren of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. One of the Mayflower passengers and the 
twelfth signer of the Compact; member of Miles Stan- 
dish's Co. in the "First Encounter" at Great Meadow 
Creek, December 8th, 1620. 

2 to 6, same as descent from William Thomas (No. 3). 

7. Josiah Sturtevant, 1690- Hannah Harlow, - 

8. Nathaniel Harlow, 1664-.... Abigail Church, 1666-.... 

9. Nathaniel Church, 1641- Sarah Barstow, - 

10. Ser. Richard Church, 1608-1668. Elizabeth Warren, ....-1670. 

11. Richard Warren -1628. Elizabeth Jouatt -.... 

7. Ninth in descent from Sergt. Richard Church of 
Plymouth, Hingham and Dedham, Mass. Member of the 
Plymouth Military Co. 1643 an d served in the Pequot 
War. 

For line of descent see Richard Warren (No. 6). 

8. Eighth in descent from George Soule of Duxbury, 
Bridgewater and Middleboro, Mass. One of the May- 
flower passengers and the thirty-fifth signer of the Com- 
pact; served as a private in Lieut. William Holmes' Co. 
in the Pequot War; Deputy 1645-46. 

2 to 5, same as descent from William Thomas (No. 3). 

6. John Weston, 1st, 1695-1768. Content Jackson, 1705-.... 

7. Edmund Weston, 2nd, 1660-1723. Rebecca Soule -1732. 

8. John Soule, 1632-1707. Esther 1638-1733. 

9. George Soule -1680. Mary Becket -1677. 

9. Eighth in descent from Nathaniel Morton, of 
Plymouth, Mass. An account of his life and public serv- 
ices will be found later in this volume. 

2 to 6, same as descent from George Soule (No. 8). 

7. Eleazer Jackson, 1669- Hannah Ransom - 

8. Abraham Jackson -1714. Remember Morton -1707. 

9. Nathaniel Morton, 1613-1685. Lydia Cooper -1673. 

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io. Eighth in descent from Lieut. Ralph Sprague of 
Charlestown, Mass. Sergt. at Charlestown 1634; Lieut. 
1637; Member of Ancient & Honorable Artillery Com- 
pany 1637-38; Deputy from Charlestown 1635 to4i and 
1644-45. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from William Thomas (No. 3). 

5. Jonathan Sprague, 1739-.... Tabitha Burdette, 1740-.... 

6. William Sprague, 1695-1747. Dorothy Floyd, 1699-.... 

7. Capt. Edward Sprague, 1663-.... Dorothy Lane, 1669-1727. 

8. Capt. John Sprague, 1629-1692. Lydia Goffe, ....-1715., 

9. Lieut. Ralph Sprague, 1603-1650. Joan Corbin, - 

ii. Seventh in descent from Capt. John Sprague of 
Maiden, Mass. Served in King Philip's War; Capt. of 
Maiden Co. 1685 ; Deputy from Maiden 1689-90-91. 

For line of descent see Lieut. Ralph Sprague (No. 10). 

12. Sixth in descent from Capt. Edward Sprague of 
Maiden, Mass. Capt. of the Maiden Military Company 
I7I5- 

For line of descent see Lieut. Ralph Sprague (No. 10). 

13. Eighth in descent from Edward Goffe of Cam- 
bridge, Mass. Commissioner for Cambridge 1641 ; Dep- 
uty from Cambridge 1646-50. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Lieut. Ralph Sprague (No. 10). 
9. Edward Goffe -.... Margaret - 

14. Seventh in descent from Capt. John Floyd of Mai- 
den, Mass. Served in King Philip's War as Lieut, of 
Capt. Daniel Henchman's Co; distinguished for services 
as Captain in the company which served against the In- 
dians 1690. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Lieut. Ralph Sprague (No. 10). 

7. Joseph Floyd, 1667-1705. Elizabeth -.... 

8. Capt. John Floyd, -1701. Sarah - 

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15- Eighth in descent from Rev. John Reyner of 
Plymouth, Mass. Member of the Plymouth Military 
Company 1643. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Lieut. Ralph Sprague (No. 10). 

8. Job Lane, 1620-1697. Anne Reyner, 1632-1704. 

9. Rev. John Reyner - 

16. Seventh in descent from Job Lane of Billerica 
and Maiden, Mass. Served in King Philip's War ; Dep- 
uty from Billerica 1676-79-80; Deputy from Maiden 1685. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Lieut. Ralph Sprague (No. 10). 
8. Job Lane, 1620-1697. Anne Reyner, 1632-1704. 

17. Fifth in descent from Joseph Burdette of Mai- 
den, Mass. Served in company commanded by Capt. 
Ebenezer Marrow, 1758. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Lieut. Ralph Sprague (No. 10). 
6. Joseph Burdette, 1716-1749. Tabitha Paine - 

18. Eighth in descent from Capt. John Wayte of Mai- 
den, Mass. Served in King Philip's War under Major 
John Pynchon and led a detachment of soldiers to Marl- 
boro 1675; Lieut, of the Maiden Company 1658; Capt. 
1662-84; Deputy from Maiden constantly from 1666 to 
1684; Speaker of House of Deputies 1684. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Lieut. Ralph Sprague (No. 10). 

6. Joseph Burdette, 1716-1749. Tabitha Paine, - — 

7. Lieut. William Paine, 1694-.... Tabitha Wayte, 1692-1721. 

8. Samuel Wayte, 1650-1720. Mehitable Buckman, 1654-1734. 

9. Capt. John Wayte, 1618-1693. Mary Hills -1674. 

19. Seventh in descent from Samuel Sturtevant of 
Plymouth, Mass. Member of Plymouth Military Com- 
pany 1643. 

2 to 6, same as descent from William Thomas (No. 3). 

7. Josiah Sturtevant, 1690-.... Hannah Harlow, — - — 

8. Samuel Sturtevant, — - — 

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20. Fifth in descent from John McAllister of Frances- 
town, N. H. Served in expedition against Crown Point 
1758 in Capt. Alexander Todd's Co. in Regiment com- 
manded by Col. John Hart ; served also in Capt. Alexan- 
der Todd's Co. under Col. John Goffe 1760. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Richard Chamberlin. 

5. Archibald McAllister -.... Maria McKeen -.... 

6. John McAllister - 

21. Fourth in descent from Archibald McAllister of 
Francestown, N. H. Served in Capt. Alexander Todd's 
Company in Regiment commanded by Col. John Goffe 
for the invasion of Canada 1760. 

For line of descent see John McAllister (No. 20). 



CHESEBROUGH, GEORGE LATIMER. 
(Sac. No. 98). 
Duluth, Minn. 

Born Feb. 28th, 1863, in Sandusky, Ohio. 

Married Caroline Manning Robinson, December 22nd, 
1886. 

2. Alfred Chesebrough, 1818-1594. Frances Elizabeth Griswold, 

1821-1896. 

3. Judge Ebenezer Lane - Frances Ann Lane, - 

4. Governor Roger Griswold, 1762-1812. Fanny Rogers, 1766-1853. 

5. Gov. Matthew Griswold, 1714-1799. Ursula Wolcott, 1723-1788. 

6. Judge John Griswold, 1690-1764. Hannah Lee, 1695-1773. 

7. Matthew Griswold, 1653-1715. Phoebe Hyde, 1663-1704. 

8. Lieut. Matthew Griswold, 1620-1698. Anna Wolcott -1701. 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. Matthew Griswold of 
Lyme and Saybrook, Conn. Deputy from Saybrook 
1654-67-68-78-85; Commissioner 1669; Lieut, of the 
Lyme Train Band 1677. 

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SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Sixth in descent from Matthew Griswold, Jr., of 
Lyme, Conn. Deputy from Lyme 1696-1 704-07-08-10; 
Commissioner 1696-97. 

For line of descent see Lieut. Matthew Griswold. 

2. Fourth in descent from Governor Matthew Gris- 
wold, of Lyme, Conn. Capt. of Lyme South Co. 1739; 
Maj. 3rd Conn. Reg. 1765; Deputy from Lyme 1748-51- 
54 to 59; Governor's Assistant 1760 to 1767; Judge of 
the Superior Court 1765-69; Chief Justice 1769 to 1778; 
Deputy Governor 1770 to 1784; member of the Council 
of Safety 1775 to 1779; Governor 1784 to 1786. 

For line of descent see Lieut. Matthew Griswold. 

3. Seventh in descent from Henry Wolcott of Wind- 
sor, Conn. Deputy from Windsor 1639; elected Magis- 
trate 1643 and re-elected each year until his death, 1655 ; 
member of first General Court of Massachusetts Bay 
Colony. 

2 to 5 same as descent from Lieut. Matthew Griswold. 

6. Maj. Gen. Roger "Wolcott, 1679-1767. Sarah Drake, 1686-.... 

7. Capt. Simon Wolcott, 1624-1687. Martha Pitkin, 1639-1719. 

8. Henry Wolcott, 1578-1655. Elizabeth Saunders, 1589-1655. 

4. Sixth in descent from Capt. Simon Wolcott of 
Windsor and Simsbury, Conn. Trooper from Windsor 
under Maj. John Mason 1657; Capt. Simsbury Train 
Band 1673; Deputy from Simsbury 1671-73-75. 

For line of descent see Henry Wolcott (No. 3). 

5. Fifth in descent from Major General Roger Wol- 
cott of Windsor, Conn. Commissary in expedition 
against Canada 171 1 ; Capt. of Windsor South Co. 1722; 
Maj. Hartford Co. 1724; member of Council of War 1723- 

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40-43 _ 44"S5; Col. ist Conn. Reg. 1739; served under 
Major Talcott in expedition against Canada 1723; Maj. 
Gen. and commander of Conn, forces in expedition to 
Cape Breton 1745 ; Deputy from Windsor many times be- 
tween 1709 and 1725 ; Governor's Assistant many times 
between 1714 and 1735 ; Judge of Hartford County Court 
1724-27-28-29-30-31-32; Judge of Superior Court 1734 
to 1741, and Chief Justice Superior Court 1744-1750; 
Deputy Governor from 1741 to 1749 and Governor 1750 
to 1753- 

For line of descent see Henry Wolcott (No. 3). 

6. Eighth in descent from Thomas Newberry of Dor- 
chester, Mass. Deputy from Dorchester 1634-35. 

2 to 5 same as descent from Lieut. Matthew Griswold. 

6. Maj. Gen. Roger Wolcott, 1679-1767. Sarah Drake, 1686-.... 

7. Lieut. Job Drake, 1652-1711. Elizabeth Clark, 1651-1729. 

8. Capt. Daniel Clark, 1623-1710. Mary Newberry, ....-1688. 

9. Thomas Newberry, - 

7. Seventh in descent from Capt. Daniel Clark of 
Windsor, Conn. Lieut, of ist Conn. Cavalry, 1658; Capt. 
of a Troop of Horse 1664; Secretary of Conn, from 
1658 to 1666. 

For line of descent see Thomas Newberry (No. 6). 

8. Sixth in descent from Lieut. Job Drake of Windsor, 
Conn. Lieut, of Windsor South Co. 1701. 

For line of descent see Thomas Newberry (No. 6). 

9. Seventh in descent from Balthasar De Wolf of 
Lyme, Conn. Member of Lyme Train Band 1668. 

2 to 6 same as descent from Lieut. Matthew Griswold. 

7. Ensign Thomas Lee -1705. Mary De Wolf, 1656-1724. 

8. Balthasar De Wolf, 1623-1678. Alice , ......... 

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io. Sixth in descent from Ensign Thomas Lee of 
Lyme, Conn. Ensign of Lyme Co. 1701 ; Deputy from 
Lyme 1676. 

For line of descent see Balthasar De Wolf (No. 9). 

ii. Ninth in descent from Matthew Marvin of Nor- 
walk, Conn. Deputy from Norwalk 1654. 

2, 3 and 4 same as descent from Lieut. Matthew Griswold. 

5. Col. Zabdiel Rogers, 1737-1808. Elizabeth Tracy, 1737-1772. 

6. Isaac Tracy, — - Elizabeth Bushnell - 

7. Capt. Benajah Bushnell, 1681-1762. Zerviah Lefflngwell, 1686- 
1770. 

8. Capt. Richard Bushnell, 1652-.... Elizabeth Adgate, 1651- ... . 

9. Richard Bushnell - Mary Marvin, - 

10. Matthew Marvin, 1600- Elizabeth , ....- 

12. Seventh in descent from Capt. Richard Bushnell, 
of Norwalk, Conn. Ensign of Norwalk Train Band 1693 ; 
Lieut. 1698; Capt. 1701 ; Deputy from Norwalk many 
times between 1691 and 1720; Speaker 1713-14-15-17-19- 
20. 

For line of descent see Matthew Marvin (No. 11). 

13. Sixth in descent from Capt. Benajah Bushnell, 
of Norwich, Conn. Lieut. Norwich Train Band 17 14; 
Capt. 1 72 1 ; Deputy from Norwich 1721-24. 

For line of descent see Matthew Marvin (No. 11). 

14. Fourth in descent from Col. Zabdiel Rogers, of 
Norwich, Conn. Lieut, nth Co. 3rd Conn. Reg. 1762; 
Capt. 1765; Major 20th Conn. Reg. 1774; Col. 1780. 

For line of descent see Matthew Marvin (No. 11). 

15. Eighth in descent from Lieut. Thomas Tracy of 
Norwich, Conn. Ensign of Norwich Co. 1666; Lieut. 
of New London County Dragoons 1673 ; Deputy from 
Norwich many times between 1667 and 1684; rendered 

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important aid to Uncas when besieged at Shattuck's Point 
by hostile Indians 1645. 

2, 3 and 4 same as descent from Lieut. Matthew Grlswold. 
6. Col. Zabdlel Rogers, 1737-1808. Elizabeth Tracy, 1737-1772. 

6. Isaac Tracy, 1706-1779. Elizabeth Bushnell, 17U-1746. 

7. John Tracy, Jr., 1673- Elizabeth Lefflngwell, -1737. 

8. John Tracy, 1642-1702. Mary Winslow, 1646-1721. 

9. Lieut. Thomas Tracy, 1610-1685. Mary Mason -.... 

16. Seventh in descent from John Tracy, of Nor- 
wich, Conn. Deputy from Norwich 1 694-97-98-99-1 701. 

For line of descent see Lieut. Thomas Tracy (No. 15). 

17. Fifth in descent from Isaac Tracy of Norwich, 
Conn. Deputy from Norwich many times between 1741 
and 1767. 

For line of descent see Lieut. Thomas Tracy (No. 15). 

18. Eighth in descent from Josiah Winslow of Marsh- 
field, Mass. Deputy from Marshfield many times be- 
tween 1643 and 1660. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Lieut. Thomas Tracy (No. 15). 



9. Josiah Winslow, 1606-1674. Margaret Bourne, 



19. Eighth in descent from Lieut. Thomas Leffing- 
well of Norwich, Conn. Ensign of Norwich Train Band 
1672; Lieut. 1676; served under Capt. George Denison 
and received a grant of land for his services; Deputy 
from Norwich many times between 1662 and 1703; ren- 
dered important aid to Uncas when besieged at Shat- 
tuck's Point by hostile Indians 1645. 

2 to 7 same as descent from Lieut. Thomas Tracy (No. 15). 

8. Ensign Thomas Lefflngwell, 1649-1724. Mary Bushnell, 1655- 
1745. 

9. Lieut. Thomas Lefflngwell, 1622-1710. Mary White -1711. 

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20. Seventh in descent from Ensign Thomas Leffing- 
well, of Norwich, Conn. Ensign of Norwich Co. 1708; 
Deputy from Norwich 1716. 

2 to 7 same as descent from Lieut. Thomas Tracy (No. 15). 
8. Ensign Thomas Leffingwell, 1649-1724. Mary Bushnell, 1656- 
1745. 

21. Ninth in descent from William Hubbard of Ips- 
wich, Mass. Deputy from Ipswich many times between 
1638 and 1657. 

2, 3 and 4 same as descent from Lieut. Matthew Griswold. 

5. Col. Zabdiel Rogers, 1737-1808. Elizabeth Tracy, 1737-1772. 

6. Dr. Theophilus Rogers, 1699-1753. Elizabeth Hyde, 1700-1753. 

7. Ezekiel Rogers, Jr., 1667-1707. Lois (Ivory) Bligh, 1661-.... 

8. Ezekiel Rogers, ..-1674. Margaret Hubbard, - 

9. Rev. William Hubbard, 1621-1704. Mary Rogers -.... 

10. William Hubbard, 1594-1670. Judith Knapp -.... 

22. Eighth in descent from Edmund Hobart of Hing- 
ham, Mass. Deputy from Hingham 1638-39-41 ; Com- 
missioner 1639-40. 

2 and 3 same as descent from Lieut. Matthew Griswold. 

4. Ebenezer Lane,, 1747-1808. Marian Griswold, - 

5. Deacon Ebenezer Lane, 1713-1790. Bethia Shaw, 1696-1787. 

6. Samuel Lane, 1678-1725. Bethia - 

7. John Lane, 1648-1712. Mehitable Hobart, 1651-1670. 

8. Thomas Hobart, 1606-1689. Jane Joslyn, ....-1690. 

9. Edmund Hobart, 1570-1646. Margaret Dewey, - 

23. Seventh in descent from William Chesebrough of 
Braintree, Mass., and Stonington, Conn. Deputy from 
Braintree 1640; Commissioner 1641 ; first white settler in 
Stonington 1649; Deputy from Stonington 1653-54-55- 
56-64. 

2. Alfred Chesebrough, 1818-1894. Frances Elizabeth Lane, 1821- 
1896. 

3. Ephraim Chesebrough, 1788- Hannah P. Latimer, 1794- 

4. . William Chesebrough, 1745-1840. Esther Williams, 1743-1814. 

5. Elihu Chesebrough, 1704-1769. Esther Dennis -1768. 

6. Elihu Chesebrough, 1668-1750. Hannah Miner, 1676- 

7. Elisha Chesebrough, 1637-1670. Rebecca Palmer, 1648-.... 

8. William Chesebrough, 1594-1667. Anne Stevenson, 1596-1673. 

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24- Sixth in descent from Elisha Chesebrough of 
Stonington, Conn. Deputy from Stonington 1669. 

For line of descent see William Chesebrough (No. 23). 

25. Eighth in descent from Walter Palmer of Reho- 
both, Mass. Deputy from Rehoboth 1645-47. 

2 to 6, same as descent from William Chesebrough (No. 23). 

7. Capt. Manassah Miner, 1647-1728. Lydia Moore, - 

8. Capt. Thomas Miner, 1608-1690. Grace Palmer -1690. 

9. Walter Palmer, 1585-1662. Rebecca Short, ......... 

26. Seventh in descent from Capt. Thomas Miner of 
New London and Stonington, Conn. Sergt. of New Lon- 
don Co. 1649 ! Capt. Stonington Co. 1665 ; Deputy from 
New London 1650-51 ; Deputy from Stonington 1670-79- 
80 ; received a grant of land for services in Narragansett 
War. 

For line of descent see Walter Palmer (No. 25). 

27. Sixth in descent from Capt. Manassah Miner of 
Stonington, Conn. Ensign New London County troops 
J ^93 ; Capt. in command of Indians in expedition against 
Canada 1709; Indian Adviser 1694; Deputy from Ston- 
ington many times between 1698-1718. 

For line of descent see Walter Palmer (No. 25). 

28. Eighth in descent from Hugh Calkins of Glouces- 
ter, Mass., and New London, Conn. Deputy from Glou- 
cester 1650-51; Deputy from New London many times 
between 1652 and 1671. 

2 to 5 same as descent from William Chesebrough (No. 23). 

6. Ebenezer Dennis, 1682- Sarah Hough, - 

7. Capt. John Hough, 1655-1715. Sarah Post, 1659-.... 

8. William Hough, ....-1683. Sarah Calkins -.... 

9. Hugh Calkins, 1600-1690. 

29. Seventh in descent from William Hough of New 
London, Conn. Engineer to erect fortifications in New 

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London in King Philip's War; received a grant of land 
for services in that war. 

For line of descent see Hugh Calkins (No. 28). 

30. Sixth in descent from Capt. John Hough of New 
London, Conn. Ensign New London Train Band 1700; 
Lieut. 1703 ; Capt. 1708; Deputy from New London many 
times between 1700 and 1714. 

For line of descent see Hugh Calkins (No. 28). 

31. Eighth in descent from Thomas Bourne of Marsh- 
field, Mass. Deputy from Marshfield 1642-45. 

2 to 5 same as descent from William Chesebrough (No. 23). 

6. Ebenezer Dennis, 1682- Sarah Hough, - 

7. George Dennis, -1708. Elizabeth (Smith) Raymond, 1645- 

8. Nehemiah Smith, 1605-1686. Ann Bourne, 1615-1684. 

9. Thomas Bourne, 1581-1664. Martha , 1590-1660. 

32. Seventh in descent from Robert Williams of Rox- 
bury, Mass. Member of Ancient and Honorable Artil- 
lery Co. 1644. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from William Chesebrough (No. 23). 

5. William Wiliams, 1697-.... Martha Wheeler, - 

6. John Williams, 1667-1702. Martha Wheeler, 1670-1745. 

7. Lieut. Isaac Williams, 1638-1701 Martha Park, 1641-1674. 

8. Robert Williams, 1593-1693. Elizabeth Stratton, 1594-1674. 

33. Sixth in descent from Lieut. Isaac Williams of 
Cambridge, Mass. Lieut, of Cambridge Co. 1677; Deputy 
from Cambridge many times between 1692 and 1705. 

For line of descent see Robert Williams (No. 32). 

34. Seventh in descent from Thomas Park of Pres- 
ton, Conn. Served in King Philip's War and drew "Ce- 
dar Swamp lots" for his services . 

2 to 6 same as descent from Robert Williams (No. 32). 

7. Isaac Wheeler, 1646-.... Martha Park, 1646- 

8. Thomas Park -1709. Dorothy Thompson, - 



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35- Sixth in descent from Isaac Wheeler of Stoning- 
ton, Conn. Served in King Philip's War, and received a 
grant of land for his services; Deputy from Stonington 
1692. 

For line of descent see Thomas Park (No. 34). 

36. Eighth in descent from John Holgrave of Salem, 
Mass. Deputy from Salem 1634-35. 

2 to 7 same as descent from Robert Williams (No. 32). 

8. "Wiliam Park, 1607-1685. Martha Holgrave, 1614-1708. 

9. John Holgrave, - Elizabeth - 



37. Seventh in descent from William Park of Rox- 
bury, Mass. Member of Ancient and Honorable Artil- 
lery Co. 1638-39 ; Surveyor General of Arms and Ammu- 
nition 1660; Deputy from Roxbury many times between 
1635 and 1673. 

For line of descent see John Holgrave (No. 36). 

38. Eighth in descent from William Douglas, Sr., of 
New London, Conn. Commissioner from New London 
1667; Deputy 1672-1676. 

2 and 3 same as descent from Wiliam Chesebrough. (No. 23). 

4. Pickett Latimer, 1745- Eunice Douglas, 1771- 

6. George Douglas, 1739-1807. Elizabeth Lucas, 1740-1823. 

6. Lieut. William Douglas, 1708-1787. Sarah Denison, 1710-1797. 

7. Capt. Richard Douglas, 1682-1735. Margaret Abel, - 

8. Deacon William Douglas, 1645-1725. Abiah Hough, 1648-1715. 

9. Wiliam Douglas, Sr., 1610-1682. Ann Mattle, 1610-1685. 

39. Seventh in descent from Deacon William Douglas 
of New London, Conn. Deputy from New London many 
times between 1690-1712. 

For line of descent see William Douglas, Sr., (No. 38). 

40. Sixth in descent from Capt. Richard Douglas of 
New London, Conn. Lieut, of New London ist Co. 1726 ; 
Capt. 1727. 

For line of descent see William Douglas, Sr., (No. 38). 

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41. Fifth in descent from Lieut. William Douglass of 
New London, Conn. Lieut, of New London 5th Co. 1748. 

For line of descent see William Douglas, Sr., (No. 38). 

42. Ninth in descent from William Denison of Rox- 
bury, Mass. Deputy from Roxbury 1635. 

2 to 6 same as descent from William Douglas, Sr., (No. 38). 

7. George Denison, 1671-1720. Mary Wetherell, 1668-1711. 

8. Ensign John Denison, 1646-1698. Phoebe Lay -1699. 

9. Capt. George Denison, 1618-1694. Ann Borodell, 1615-1712. 
10. William Denison -1653. Margaret -1656. 

43. Eighth in descent from Capt. George Denison of 
Stonington, Conn. Came to Roxbury 1631 ; returned to 
England 1643 and served under Cromwell with distinc- 
tion ; was wounded at Naseby and cared for at the home 
of Lord John Borodell, whose daughter Ann he mar- 
ried ; returned to Roxbury and later removed to Stoning- 
ton ; Capt. of New London County forces in King Philip's 
War under Major Mann and Major Wolcott; second in 
command to Major Treat at Great Swamp Fight; served 
on the frontier, and captured Indian Chief Cannonchet; 
chosen with Major Mason to assist the Pequot Chiefs to 
govern their tribes ; appointed Provost Marshall of Nar- 
ragansett Co. 1676 ; Deputy from Stonington many times 
between 1656 and 1694. 

For line of descent see William Denison (No. 42). 

44. Seventh in descent from Ensign John Denison 
of Stonington, Conn. Ensign of New London County 
forces 1673; Deputy from Stonington 1694-95. 

For line of descent see William Denison (No. 42). 

45. Eighth in descent from Robert Lay of Sa)'brook, 
Conn. Deputy from Saybrook 1666-78. 

2 to 8, same as descent from William Denison (No. 42). 
9. Robert Lay, 1618-1689 Sarah , -.... 

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46. Eighth in descent from William Wetherell of Sci- 
tuate, Mass. Member of the Scituate Co. 1643. 

2 and 3 same as descent from William Chesebrough (No. 23). 

4. Pickett Latimer, 1745- Eunice Douglas, 1771- 

5. George Douglas, 1739-1807. Elizabeth Lucas, 1740-1S23. 

S. Lieut. William Douglas, 1708-1787. Sarah Denison, 1710-1797. 

7. George Denison, 1671-1720. Mary Wetherell, 1668-1711. 

8. Capt. Daniel Wetherell, 1630-1719. Grace Brewster, 1639-1684. 

9. William Wetherell, 1600-1684. Mary Fisher -.... 

47. Seventh in descent from Capt. Daniel Wetherell 
of New London, Conn. Commissary in King Philip's 
War; Lieut, of New London Train Band 1686; Capt. of 
New London fort 1695 and again 1699; Deputy from 
New London many times between 1670 and 1689; Gov- 
ernor's Assistant constantly from 1690 to 1709. 

For line of descent see William Wetherell (No. 46). 

48. Eighth in descent from Jonathan Brewster of 
Duxbury, Mass., and New London, Conn. Deputy from 
Duxbury 1639-41-42-44; Deputy from New London from 
1655 to 1659. 

2 to 8 same as descent from William Wetherell (No. 46). 
9. Jonathan Brewster, 1593-1659. Lucretia Oldham -1679. 

49. Fifth in descent from Capt. Robert Latimer of 
New London, Conn. Ensign of New London West Co. 
1704; Lieut. 1708; Capt. 1715 ; Deputy from New London 
1705- 

2, 3 and 4 same as descent from William Wetherell (No. 46). 

5. Peter Latimer -1790. Hannah Pickett, ......... 

6. Capt. Robert Latimer, 1664-1728. Elizabeth -.... 

50. Fifth in descent from John Pickett of New Lon- 
don, Conn. Deputy from New London 1727. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from William Wetherell (No. 46). 

6. Peter Latimer, -1790. Hannah Pickett, - 

6. John Pickett, 1685-.... 



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CHITTENDEN, EDWIN SEDGWICK. (Soc. No. 16). 

St. Paul, Minnesota. 

Born Jan. ist, 1843, in Rensselaerville, N. Y. 
Married Minerva Elmina Moore Sept. 28th, 1870. 

2. Maj. Orvllle Hervey Chittenden, 1820-1857. Nancy Cowles, 

1822-1877. 

3. Col. Hervey Chittenden, 1790-1867. Sarah Pratt, 1791-1872. 

4. Capt. Jairus Chittenden, 1745-1828. Rebecca Hall, 1751-1818. 

5. Daniel Chittenden, 1700-1781. Abigail Downs, 1704-1782. 

6. Joseph Chittenden, 1672-1727. Mary Kimberly, 1671-1742. 

7. Sergt. John Chittenden, 1643-1716. Hannah Fletcher, 1643-.... 

8. Maj. William Chittenden, 1594-1661. 

Seventh in descent from Maj. William Chittenden of 
Guilford, Conn. One of the founders of Guilford, Conn., 
and one of the signers of the "Covenant of June ist, 
1639." From 1639 to 1643 he was one of the four to 
whom were entrusted "The civil power of the Colony" ; 
he was first Assistant Magistrate of the Colony chosen 
by the freemen and served 1642-46 and again from 1649 
until his death, 1660; Deputy from 1646 to 1660 with ex- 
ception of 1652; he is spoken of in the Colonial records 
as "Lieut," his rank as Major having been acquired by 
reason of services in the Netherlands with the English 
troops during the Thirty Years War. He was chosen 
First Sergeant of the Artillery Co. of the Colony May 
22d, 1648. 



SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

I. Seventh in descent from Lieut. William Pratt of 
Hartford and Saybrook, Conn. Settled in Hartford 1636 
and removed to Saybrook 1645 '> was m the Hartford Co. 
in the Pequot War, serving under Capt. John Mason in 

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the attack upon the Pequot Fort ; Lieut, of the Saybrook 
Train Band 1661 ; Deputy from Saybrook 23 times from 
1666 to 1678. The first Court in New London assem- 
bled Sept. 20th, 1666, and Capt. John Mason, Lieut. 

William Pratt and Thomas Stanton occupied the bench. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Maj. William Chittenden. 
4. Capt. Ethan Pratt, 1768-1849. Mabel Skeel, 1770-1845. 
6. Daniel Pratt. 1715- Deborah Pratt - 

6. David Pratt, 1688-.... Sarah Chalker, 1696-.... 

7. Samuel Pratt, 1655-1705. Elizabeth Peck, 1669-1688. 

8. L.t. William Pratt, 1622-1678. Elizabeth Clarke - 

2. Eighth in descent from John Clarke of Cambridge, 
Mass., Hartford, Milford and Saybrook, Conn. Was 
with Rev. Thomas Hooker in the march through the 
wilderness from Cambridge to Hartford; Deputy from 
Hartford 1641-42-44-49, and from Saybrook continuous- 
ly from 165 1 to 1655; one of the patentees of the Conn. 
Charter granted by Charles II. 1662; served in the 
Pequot War in the Hartford Co. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Lieut. William Pratt (No. 1). 

9. John Clarke. 1608-1674. 

3. Ninth in descent from Stephen Hopkins of Ply- 
mouth. A passenger of the "Mayflower" and took part 
in the "First Encounter;" member of Miles Standish's 
Co. of 20 men and constantly associated with him in va- 
rious expeditions against the Indians; Assistant and 
member of the Governor's Council from 1633 to 1636. 

2. Maj. Orville Hervey Chittenden, 1820-1857. Nancy Cowles, 

1822-1877. 

3. David Cowles, 1790-1857. Nancy Merwln, 1793-1829. 

4. David Cowles, 1760-1829. Eunice Paine, 1764- 

5. Abner Paine, 1721-.... Jane Doane, 1724- 

6. Maj. Thomas Paine, 1681-1745. Thankful Cobb, 1687-1778. 

7. Capt. Thomas Paine, 1656-1721. Hannah Shaw, 1661-1713. 

8. Thomas Paine, -1706. Mary Snow -1704. 

9. Nicholas Snow -1671. Constance Hopkins, 1608-1676. 

10. Stephen Hopkins -1644. Elizabeth Fisher -.... 

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4. Eighth in descent from Thomas Paine of Yar- 
mouth, Mass. Deputy from Yarmouth 1639 and mem- 
ber of the Yarmouth Military Co. 1643. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Stephen Hopkins (No. 3). 
9. Thomas Paine -1650. 

5. Eighth in descent from Deacon John Doane of Ply- 
mouth and Eastham, Mass. Governor's Assistant 1633 
and 1642; Deputy from Plymouth 1639-42-43-44 and 
from Eastham 1649-50-51-53; member of Miles Stan- 
dish's Military Co. 1643. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Stephen Hopkins (No. 3). 

6. Nehemiah Doane, 1692-1730. Jane Bla, 1704- 

7. Deacon Hezekiah Doane, 1672-1752. Hannah - 

8. Ephraim Doane - Mercy Knowles, — - — 

9. Deacon John Doane, 1593-1686. Abigail - 

6. Seventh in descent from Edward Dotey of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. A passenger of the "Mayflower' and one 
of the signers of the "Compact" ; took part in the "First 
Encounter" with the Indians and was a member of Miles 
Standish's Military Co. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Lieut. William Pratt (No. 1). 

6. Daniel Pratt, 1681-.... Mercy Dotey, 1684-.... 

7. Edward Dotey, 1637-1690. Sarah Faunce, 1645-1695. 

8. Edward Dotey. 1599-1655. Faith Clark, 1619-1675. 

7. Sixth in descent from Sergeant John Booth of 
Stratford, Conn. A member of the Stratford Co. which 
took part in the "Great Swamp Fight" December 19th, 
1675 ; Deputy from Stratford 1696. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Lieut. William Pratt (No. 1). 

5. John Skeel, ....- Mabel Booth, 1735-1781. 

6. John Booth, 1695-.... Elizabeth Mallory, 1691-.... 

7. Sergt. John Booth, 1653-1728. Dorothy Hawley, 1658-1710. 

8. Ninth in descent from John Stow of Roxbury, 
Mass. One of the first members of the Ancient and 

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Honorable Artillery Co. of Boston; Deputy from Rox- 
bury 1639. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Stephen Hopkins (No. 3). 

4. David Merwin, 1763-1828. Annar Bid well, 1771-1843. 

5. Capt. Benjamin Bidwell, 1744-1831. Annar Lane, 1751-1777. 

6. Maj. Daniel Bidwell, 1717-1792. Agnes Abby -1765. 

7. Samuel Bidwell, 1677-1727. Mary Barnes, 1682-1734. 

8. Samuel Bidwell, 1650-1715. Elizabeth Stow -1684. 

9. Thomas Stow, 1617-1684. Mary Grigg -1680. 

10. John Stow, 1595-1643. Elizabeth Bigg, ....-1638. 



9. Eighth in descent from Deacon Stephen Hart of 
Cambridge, Mass., and Hartford and Farmington, Conn. 
Settled in Cambridge, Mass. 1632 ; removed to Hartford 
1636 with Rev. Thomas Hooker's company and was one 
of the founders of Hartford which was named after him ; 
about 1640 he became one of the proprietors of Farming- 
ton; was in the Hartford Co. in the Pequot War serving 
under Capt. John Mason in the attack upon the Pequot 
Fort; Deputy from 1647 to 1655 with the exception of 
one session and again 1660. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Stephen Hopkins (No. 3). 

5. Capt. John Cowles, 1731-1802. Abigail Cole, 1735-1816. 

6. Stephen Cole, ....- Abigail Hart, 1702-1736. 

7. Stephen Hart, 3rd, 1662-1733. Sarah Cowles, 1668- 

8. Stephen Hart, 2nd, ....-1689. 

9. Deacon Stephen Hart, 1605-1683. 

io. Sixth in descent from Col. John Talcott of Hart- 
ford, Conn. An account of his life and public services 
will be found later in this volume. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Stephen Hopkins (No. 3). 

4. David Merwin, 1763-1828. Annar Bidwell, 1771-1843. 

5. Lieut. Miles Merwin, 1721-1786. Mary Talcott, 1723-1793. 

6. Ensign Hezekiah Talcott, 1686-1764. Jemima Parsons, 1691- 

1757. 

7. Col. John Talcott, ....-1688. Mary Cook 

ii. Seventh in descent from Capt. John Taylor of 
Northampton, Mass. Capt. of Northampton Company 

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1704; killed by Indians during Queen Anne's War May 
13th, 1704. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Col. John Talcott (No. 10). 

7. Samuel Parsons, 1653-1734. Rhoda Taylor, 1669-1769. 

8. Capt. John Taylor -1704. Thankful Woodward - 



12. Eighth in descent from Sergt. Thomas Barnes of 
Farmington, Conn. Served as a member of the Hart- 
ford Company in the Pequot War 1637 and received a 
grant of land for his service; appointed Sergt. by the 
General Court, October 6th, 1651. 

2 to 7, same as descent from John Stow (No. 8). 

8. Thomas Barnes, 1653-1712. Abigail Frost, ....- 

9. Sergt. Thomas Barnes, ....-1689. Mary Andrews, 1643-.... 



CHRISTIAN, GEORGE CHASE. ( Soc. No. 38) . 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Born October 3rd, 1873, in Minneapolis, Minn. 
Married Carolyn Edwina McKnight April 29th, 1897. 

2. George H. Christian, 1839- Leonora Hall, 1845-.... 

3. Seth Paine Hall, 1820-.... Ruth Guy White, 1821-1885. 

4. Jonathan Chase Hall, 1786-1832. Lydia Paine ,1786-1846. 

5. Seth Paine, 1750-1820. Lydia Lester, 1756-1828. 

6. Seth Paine, 1719-1792. Mabel Tyler, 1723-1792. 

7. Seth Paine, 1690-1772,, Mary Morris, 1694-1762. 

8. Lieut. Ebenezer Morris, 1664-1717. Sarah Davis, 1671-1741. 

9. Lieut. Edward Morris, 1630-1689. Grace Bett or Burr -1705. 

Eighth in descent from Lieut. Edward Morris of Rox- 
bury and Woodstock, Mass. One of the organizers of 
the Woodstock Co. and its first Military officer; chosen 
Lieut. July 8th, 1689; Deputy from Roxbury from 1677 
to 1687. 



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CLARK, HOMER PIERCE. (Soc. No. 69). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born July 6th, 1868, in Dorchester, Mass. 
Unmarried. 

2. Charles Henry Clark, 1837- Martha Cowper Pierce, 1837- 

3. Lot Clark, 1796-1880. Mary Barnard Baton, 1803-1889. 

4. Isaac Clark, 1761-1819. Temperance Sears, 1764-1859. 

5. Edmund Sears, 1712-1796. Hannah Crowell, 1725-1802. 

6. Paul Sears, 1669-1740. Mercy Freeman, 1674-1747. 

7. Thomas Freeman, 1653-1716. Rebecca Sparrow, 1655-1740. 

8. John Freeman, 1627-1719. Mercy Prence, 1631-1711. 

9. Thomas Prence, 1600-1673. Patience Brewster -1634. 

Eighth in descent from Gov. Thomas Prence of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. Governor of Plymouth Colony 1634-38 
and 1657 to 1673 ; served in the Pequot War, 1637. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

1. Ninth in descent from Elder William Brewster of 
Plymouth, Mass. A Mayflower passenger and one of 
the signers of the Compact; Chaplain of the first mili- 
tary company of Plymouth, commanded by Capt. Miles 
Standish. 

2 to 9, same as descent from Governor Thomas Prence. 
10. Elder William Brewster, 1567-1644. Mary 1569-.... 

2. Eighth in descent from Edmund Freeman of Sand- 
wich, Mass. Governor's Assistant in Plymouth Colony 
from 1640 to 1645; member of Council of War 1642; 
Deputy from Sandwich 1646. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Prence. 
9. Edmund Freeman, 1590- E. Bennett, - 

3. Eighth in descent from Edward Bangs of East- 
ham, Mass. Member of the Plymouth Military Com- 

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pany 1643; Overseer and Capt. of the Guard in service 
against the Indians; Deputy from Eastham 1652. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Prenee. 

8. Capt. Jonathan Sparrow, - Rebecca Bangs -.... 

9. Edward Bangs, 1592-1677. Lydia Hicks -.... 

4. Eighth in descent from Richard Sparrow of East- 
ham, Mass. Member of the Plymouth Military Company 
1643; Deputy from Eastham 1653-55-56-59. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Prenee. 



8. Capt. Jonathan Sparrow - Rebecca Bangs, 

9. Richard Sparrow -1660. Pandora , -. 



5. Seventh in descent from Capt. Jonathan Sparrow 
of Eastham, Mass. Served in King Philip's War as 
Lieut, of Capt. John Gorham's Co., and took part in the 
Great Swamp Fight; Capt. of Eastham Military Com- 
pany 1689; Member of Council of War 1681-85-89; Dep- 
uty from Eastham many times between 1668 and 1691. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Prenee. 

8. Capt. Jonathan Sparrow, - Rebecca Bangs - 



6. Seventh in descent from Richard Sears of Yar- 
mouth, Mass. Member of Yarmouth Military Co. 1643 > 
Deputy from Yarmouth 1662. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Prenee. 

7. Capt. Paul Sears, 1637-1707. Deborah Willard, 1645-1721. 

8. Richard Sears, 1590-1676. Dorothy Thatcher, ....-1679. 

7- Eighth in descent from Henry Dunster of Scitu- 
ate and Cambridge, Mass. Member of the Ancient and 
Honorable Artillery Company 1640; elected as the first 
President of Harvard College Aug. 27th, 1640. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Prenee. 

7. Capt. Paul Sears, 1637-1707. Deborah Willard, 1645-1721. 

8. George Willard - Dorothy Dunster, - 

9. Henry Dunster, ....-1659. 

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8. Seventh in descent from George Willard of Scitu- 
ate, Mass. Member of the Scituate Military Company 
1643. 

For line of descent see Henry Dunster (No. 7). 

9. Sixth in descent from Capt. Paul Sears of Yar- 
mouth, Mass. Capt. of the Yarmouth Military Com- 
pany in King Philip's War. 

For line of descent see Henry Dunster (No. 7). 

10. Seventh in descent from Major John Freeman of 
Eastham, Mass. Ensign of the Eastham Military Com- 
pany 1654; Lieut, of a Troop of Horse 1659; Capt. 
1685 ; Major of Barnstable Troops 1685 ; second in com- 
mand under Major Josiah Winslow in expedition against 
Indians under Awashonk 1671 ; Deputy from Eastham 
seven years; Governor's Assistant 21 years; Member of 
Council of War 1658 to 1675. 

For line of descent see Gov. Thomas Prence. 

11. Eighth in descent from Thomas Howes, Sr., of 
Yarmouth, Mass. Member of Capt. William Palmer's 
Military Company at Yarmouth, 1643. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Prence. 

6. Christopher Crowell, 1698-1781. Sarah Matthews, 1702- 

7. William Matthews, — -1737. Hannah Howes, -1705. 

8. Joseph Howes -1695. Elizabeth Mayo -1701. 

9. Thomas Howes - Mary Barr, - 

12. Eighth in descent from Rev. John Mayo of Barn- 
stable, Mass. Member of the Barnstable Military Com- 
pany 1643. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Thomas Howes, Sr., (No. 11). 
9. Rev. John Mayo 1676. Thomasine , -1682. 

13. Seventh in descent from James Matthews of Yar- 
mouth, Mass. Member of Lieut. William Palmer's Com- 

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pany at Yarmouth 1643; Deputy from Sandwich 1644; 
Deputy from Yarmouth 1664. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Thomas Howes, Sr., (No. 11). 
8. James Matthews -1686. 

14. Eighth in descent from John Crow (Crowell) of 
Yarmouth, Mass. Deputy from Yarmouth 1642-43 ; 
Magistrate at Yarmouth 1641-44. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Prence. 

6. Christopher Crowell, 1698-1781. Sarah Matthews, 1702-.... 

7. John Crowell, 1662-1728. Bertha Sears, 1662-1724. 

8. John Crowell, 1638-1689. Mehitable Miller, 1638-.... 

9. John Crow (Crowell) ....-1673. 

15. Eighth in descent from Thomas Clarke of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. Served in Pequot War under Lieut. Will- 
iam Holmes 1637; member of Plymouth Military Com- 
pany 1643; Deputy from Plymouth 1651-55-56. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Prence. 

5. Kimball Clark, 1734-1801. Mary Paddock, 1739-1789. 

6. Seth Clark, 1709-.... Huldah Doane, 1707-.... 

7. Lieut. Thomas Clarke, 1672-1759. Sarah -1756. 

8. Andrew Clarke, 1635-1706. Mehitable Scotto, 1649-1712. 

9. Thomas Clarke, 1598-1697. Susan Ring, - 

16. Seventh in descent from Andrew Clarke of Har- 
wich, Mass. Member of Ancient and Honorable Artil- 
lery Company 1675. 

For line of descent see Thomas Clarke (No. 15). 

17. Sixth in descent from Lieut. Thomas Clarke of 
Harwich, Mass. Deputy from Harwich many times be- 
tween 1713 and 1722. 

For line of descent see Thomas Clarke (No. 15). 

18. Eighth in descent from John Doane, Sr., of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. Member of Plymouth Military Company 
1643; Governor's Assistant 1632-33-39; Deputy from 

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Plymouth 1639-42; Deputy from Eastham 1649-50-51. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Thomas Clarke (No. 15). 

7. Isaac Doane, 1670-.... Margaret , ......... 

8. John Doane, Jr., 1635-1708. Hannah Bangs - 

9. John Doane, Sr., 1591-1686. Abigail -.... 

io. Seventh in descent from John Doane, Jr., of East- 
ham, Mass. Deputy from Eastham 1682-84-85-89. 

For line of descent see John Doane, Sr. (No. 18). 

20. Eighth in descent from Deacon John Hall of 
Barnstable, Mass. Member of the Barnstable Military 
Company 1643. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Prence. 

5. Kimball Clark, 1734-1801. Mary Paddock, 1739-1789. 

6. Ebenezer Paddock, 1704-1767. Mary Sears, ....-1791. 

7. John Paddock, 1669-1718. Prlscilla Hall, 1671-1725. 

8. John Hall, 1639-1710. Prlscilla Bearse, 1644-1712. 

9. John Hall, 1611-1696. Bethia -.... 

21. Eighth in descent from Austin Bearse of Barn- 
stable, Mass. Member of Barnstable Military Com- 
pany 1643. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Deacon John Hall (No. 20). 
9. Austin Bearse, 1618- 

22. - Eighth in descent from Robert Paddock of Scit- 
uate, Mass. Member of the Scituate Military Company 
1643. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Deacon John Hall (No. 20). 

8. Zachariah Paddock, 1636-1727. Deborah Sears, 1639-1732. 

9. Robert Paddock, -1650. Mary - 

23. Ninth in descent from General Constant South- 
worth of Duxbury, Mass. Served in Pequot War un- 
der Lieut. William Holmes 1637; Ensign of Duxbury 
Company 1646 ; Lieut. 1653 ; member of the Council of 
War 1658; Commissioner for United Colonies 1668; 
Commissary General 1671 ; Deputy for 17 years; Assist- 

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ant 8 years ; Treasurer of the Colony 18 years. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Deacon John Hall (No. 20). 

7. Capt. John Sears, 1678-1738. Priscilla Freeman, 1686-1764. 

8. Capt. Samuel Freeman, -.... Elizabeth Sparrow, ......... 

9. Samuel Freeman, -1700. Mary Southworth - 

10. Gen. Constant Southworth, - 

24. Eighth in descent from Capt. Daniel Henchman 
of Boston, Mass. Capt. at Boston 1672 ; Capt. of the 5th 
Boston Company Colonial Militia 1675 ; Capt. of the An- 
cient and Honorable Artillery Company 1679-80. 

2. Charles Henry Clark, 1837- Martha Cowper Pierce, 1837- 

3. Lot Clark, 1796-1880. Mary Barnard Eaton, 1803-1889. 

4. David S. Eaton, ......... Mary Polly Barnard, 1781-1860. 

5. Rev. Jeremiah Barnard, 1751-1835. Deborah Henchman, 1753- 

1833. 

6. Dr. Nathaniel Henchman, 1728-1767. Margaret Mansfield, - 

1777. 

7. Rev. Nathaniel Henchman, 1699-1761. Deborah '. ., - 

8. Nathaniel Henchman, 1655- Hannah Green - 

9. Capt. Daniel Henchman -1685. Sarah - 

25. Seventh in descent from Capt. Christopher Os- 
good of Andover, Mass. Capt. of the Andover Military 
Company from 1690 to 1704; Deputy from Andover 
many times between 1690 and 1709. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Capt. Daniel Henchman (No. 24). 

6. Robert Barnard, 1714-1790. Mary Holman, 1722-1823. 

7. Robert Barnard, 1689-1773. Rebecca Osgood, 1692-1727. 

8. Christopher Osgood, 1643-1723. Sarah -.... 

26. Seventh in descent from Sergt. Thomas Pierce of 
Woburn and Charlestown, Mass. Sergt. from 1669 to 
1682; served as a trooper in King Philip's War under 
Capt. Thomas Prentice. 

2. Charles Henry Clark, 1837- Martha Cowper Pierce, 1837- 

3. Samuel Bowen Pierce, 1806-1895. Hannah Rea Homer, 1806-1891. 

4. Heman Pierce, 1768-1818. Mary Bowen, ....-1818. 

5. Jacob Pierce, 1724-1774. Abigail Kendall, 1730-1816. 

6. James Pierce, 1690-1773. Phoebe -1776. 

7. James Pierce, 1659-1742. Elizabeth Kendall, 1653-1715. 

8. Sergt. Thomas Pierce, 1608-1683. Elizabeth Cole, ....-1688. 



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CLARK, KENNETH. (Soc. No. 73). 
St. Paul, Minnesota. 

Born August 18th, 1847, in Fort Plain, New York. 
Married Alice E. Gilchrist Dec. nth, 1872. 

2. William Clark, 1SL1-1885. Anna Maria Nieukerk, 1820-1857. 

3. Col. Charles Nieukerk, 1792-1852. Elsie Lansing Hun, 1782-1868. 

4. Dirck Hun, 1760-1795. Annetje Lansing, - — 

5. Philip Lansing, 1729-.... Elsie Hun, 1733-.... 

6. Johannes Lansing, - Gertrude Schuyler, 1694-1744. 

7. Col. Peter Schuyler, 1657-1724. Maria Van Rensselaer - 

Sixth in descent from Col. Peter Schuyler of Albany, 
New York. Lieut, of Horse 1685 ; commanded a com- 
pany at Schenectady and was in command of the fort at 
Albany 1689; Col. in active service against the Indians 
1710; First Mayor of Albany 1686 to 1699; President 
of New York Colony 1709, and chairman Board of Com- 
missioners of Indian affairs 1710. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

1. Fifth in descent from Lieut. Johannes Lansing, Jr., 
of Albany, N. Y. Commissioned Lieut, of Albany City 
Militia 1717. 

For line of descent see Col. Peter Schuyler. 

2. Fifth in descent from Lieut. Philip Lansing of Al- 
bany, N. Y. Lieut, in Capt. Philip Schuyler's Co. 1755. 

For line of descent see Col. Peter Schuyler. 

3. Eighth in descent from Brant Arentse Van 
Slichtenhorst of Rensselaerwyck, New York. Resident 

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Director of the "Colonie" of Rensselaerwyck 1646-48; 
Commander of the fort at same place. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Col. Peter Schuyler. 

8. Capt. Filyp Pieterse Van Schuyler, 1628-1683. Margarita 

Van Slichtenhorst, ....-1711. 

9. Brant Arentse Van Slichtenhorst, -1668. 

4. Seventh in descent from Capt. Filyp Pieterse Van 
Schuyler of Albany, New York. Capt. of New York 
Provincial forces 1667; Capt. of the Co. of Foot at 
Schenectady 1669. 

For line of descent see Brant Arentse Van Slichtenhorst (No. 3). 

5. Seventh in descent from Capt. Goosen Gerritse 
Van Schaick of Albany, New York. Lieut. 1670-72; 
Capt. 1673; one of the Magistrates of Albany 1656-57- 
62-63. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Col. Peter Schuyler. 

7. Johannes Lansing, Sr., ....-1728. Geertie Goosen Van Schaick, 

8. Capt. Goosen Gerritse Van Schaick 1676. Geertie Brantse 

Peelen Van Nieukerk, -1656. 

6. Sixth in descent from Capt. Johannes Lansing, 
of Albany, New York. Capt. of the Co. of Foot at Al- 
bany, 1690. 

For line of descent see Capt. Goosen Gerritse Van Schaick 
(No. 5). 

No. 7. Eighth in descent from Col. Oloff Stevensen 
Van Cortlandt, of New Amsterdam, N. Y. Col. of the 
Burgher Corps 1649 and 1655 ; Burgomaster of New 
Amsterdam for many years, and the last Burgomaster 
before the English Conquest; Schepen 1654; Commis- 
sioner to treat with the Colony of Connecticut 1663 ; 
Member of the Council of Gov. Andros. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Col. Peter Schuyler. 

8. Col. Jeremias Van Rensselaer -1674. Marie Van Cort- 
landt -1689. 

». Col. Olofl Stevensen Van Cortlandt, 1600-1684. Annetje Look- 
ermans - 

Ill 



8. Seventh in descent from Col. Jeremias Van Rens- 
selaer of Albany, N.Y. Col. of Militia and 2nd Patroon of 
Rensselaerwyck ; member of the Colonial Assembly and 
Speaker 1664. 

For line of descent see Col. Oloff Stevensen Van Cortlandt, 
(No. 7). 

9. Sixth in descent from William Hogan of Albany, 
New York. A soldier in Capt. Johannes Mingael's Co. 
Albany County Militia 1715. 

2 3, and 4, same as descent from Col. Peter Schuyler. 

5. William Hun, 1734-.... Sarah de Forest, 1736-.... 

6. Dirck Hun, 1704- Margert Cornelia Hogan, 1700- 

7. William Hogan - Martena Eekker -1736. 

io. Seventh in descent from Isaac de Forest of New 
Amsterdam, N. Y. One of the "Nine men" 1652 ; Schep- 
en 1658. 

2 to 5, same as descent from William Hogan (No. 9). 

6. Jesse de Forest, 1692-1756. Neiltje Quackenbos, 1697-1789. 

7. Philip de Forest, 1652-1727. Tryntje Kip, ....- 

8. Isaac de Forest, 1616-1674. Sara Du Truax -1692. 

II. Sixth in descent from Franz Winne of Albany. 
New York. Soldier in Capt. Johannes Mingael's Co. 
Albany County Militia 171 5. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Col Peter Schuyler. 

6. Johannes Hun, 1695-1776. Annisca Winne, 1694-1759. 

7. Franz Winne - Elsie Gansevoort - 



12. Sixth in descent from Capt. Andries De Witt of 
Kingston County, New York. Capt. of the Kingston 
County Associated Exempts. 

2. William Clark, 1811-1885. Anna Maria Nieukerk, 1820-1857. 

3. Col. Charles Nieukerk, 1792-1852. Elsie Lansing Hun, 1782-1868. 

4. Dr. Conrad Nieukerk, 1766- 

5. Conrad Nieukerk, 1722-.... Ann De Witt, 1725- 

6. Lieut. Johannes De Witt, 1701- Mary Brodhead, 1699-.... 

7. Capt. Andries De Witt, 1657-1710. Jannetje Egbertsen, 1661- 

1733. 

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13. Fifth in descent from Lieut. Johannes De Witt of 
Marbletown, N. Y. Lieut, of the Marbletown Foot Co. 
under Capt. Daniel Brodhead, Jr., 1738. 

For line of descent see Capt. Andries Dewitt (No. 12). 

14. Seventh in descent from Capt. Daniel Brodhead 
of Kingston, N. Y. Served as an officer under Col. Rich- 
ard Nichols 1664; Capt. at Kingston 1665 and in com- 
mand of Ulster County Militia 1667. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Capt. Andries De Witt, (No. 12). 

7. Ensign Charles Brodhead -1724. Maria Ten Broeck, 1674- 

1717. 

8. Capt. Daniel Brodhead, -1667. Ann , ....- 

15. Sixth in descent from Ensign Charles Brodhead 
of Marbletown, N. Y. Ensign of the Foot Co. command- 
ed by Capt. Thomas Garton 1685. 

For line of descent see Capt. Daniel Brodhead (No. 14). 

16. Seventh in descent from Corporal Coenraet Ten 
Eycke of New Amsterdam, N. Y. Lance Corporal 3rd 
Co. Burgher Corps of New Amsterdam. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Capt. Andries De Witt (No. 12). 
6. Corporal Gerrit Nieukerk, Jr - Grietje Ten Eycke, 



7. Matthew Ten Eycke, 1658- Jannetje Roosa, - 

8. Corporal Coenraet Ten Eycke, - Marie Boelan, 



17. Fifth in descent from Corporal Gerrit Nieukerk, 
Jr., of Ulster County, N. Y. Corporal in Capt. John 
Rutsen's Ulster County Troops 1715. 

For line of descent see Corp. Coenraet Ten Eycke (No. 16.) 

18. Seventh in descent from Thomas Newberry of 
Dorchester, Mass. Deputy from Dorchester 1634-35. 

2. William Clark, 18U-1885. Anna Maria Nieukerk, 1820-1857. 

3. Cyrenus Clark, 1772- Rachel Tracy, 1777- 

4. Jared Clark, 1729- Mary Abel, 1736- 

5. Nathaniel Clark, 1693- Hannah Kellogg - 

6. Daniel Clark, 1654- Hannah Pratt - 

7. Capt. Daniel Clark, 1622-1710. Mary Newberry -1688. 

8. Thomas Newberry -1636. Jane - 

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19. Sixth in descent from Capt. Daniel Clark of 
Windsor, Conn. Lieut, of the 1st Conn. Cavalry 1658; 
Capt. 1658-64-66; Secretary of the Conn. Colony 1658- 

64-65-66. 

For Hne of descent see Thomas Newberry (No. 18). 

20. Sixth in descent from Daniel Pratt of Hartford 
and Colchester, Conn. One of the Hartford troopers in 
the 1st Conn. Cavalry, 1658. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Thomas Newberry (No. 18). 
7. Daniel Pratt - 

21. Seventh in descent from Nathaniel Dickinson of 
Wethersfield, Conn., and Hadley, Mass. Deputy from 
Wethersfield 1646 to 1656 and member of the Hampshire 
Guard under Capt. John Pynchon 1663. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Thomas Newberry, (No. 18). 

6. Samuel Kellogg, 1669-1708. Hannah Dickinson, 1666-1746. 

7. Nathaniel Dickinson, Jr., 1643-1710. Hannah -1679. 

8. Nathaniel Dickinson -1676. Anne - 

22. Fifth in descent from Lieut. Jonathan Crane of 
Windham, Conn. Ensign of the Windham Co. 1695; 
Lieut. 1703, and Deputy from Windham 1701 and later. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Thomas Newberry, (No. 18). 

5. Daniel Abel, 1706- Sarah Crane, 1707- 

6. Lieut. Jonathan Crane, 1658-1734. Mary Hebard - 

23. Eighth in descent from Thomas Faxon of Brain- 
tree, Mass. Deputy from Braintree 1669. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Thomas Newberry (No. 18). 

4. Josiah Tracy, 1730-1806. Margaret Pettis, 1740-1821. 

5. Peter Pettis - Abigail Fales - 

6. Samuel Pales, 1683-1733 Blderkin - 

7. James Pales, 1656- Deborah Fisher, 1661- 

8. Anthony Fisher -1670. Johanna Faxon, 1696. 

9. Thomas Faxon, - Joan - 

24. Seventh in descent from Anthony Fisher of 
Dedham, Mass. Deputy from Dedham 1649. 

For line of descent see Thomas Faxon (No. 23). 

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25. Seventh in descent from Capt. William Fowler, 
Jr., of Milford, Conn. Lieut, of the Milford Train Band 
1665-66; Capt. 1676; Deputy from Milford 1673 to 1680. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Thomas Faxon, (No. 23). 

7. John Elderkin, 1664- Abigail Fowler, 1660-1714. 

8. Capt. William Fowler, Jr., -1683. Mary Tapp, ....- 

26. Eighth in descent from Thomas Bourne of 
Marshfield, Mass. Deputy from Marshfield 1642 and 
1646. 

2. William Clark, 1811-1885. Anna Maria Nieukerk, 1820-1857. 

3. Cyrenus Clark, 1772-.... Rachel Tracy, 1777-.... 

4. Josiah Tracy, 1730-1806. Margaret Pettis, 1740-1821. 

5. John Tracy 3rd, 1700- Margaret Hyde, 1702- 

6. John Tracy 2nd, 1673-1726. Elizabeth Leffingwell, 1676-1737. 

7. John Tracy 1st, 1642-1702. Mary Winslow, 1646-1721. 

8. Josiah Winslow, 1605-1674. Margaret Bourne - 

9. Thomas Bourne, 1581-1664. Elizabeth , 1590-1660. 

27. Seventh in descent from Josiah Winslow of 
Marshfield, Mass. Deputy from Marshfield 1643 and 
later. 

For line of descent see Thomas Bourne (No. 26). 

28. Seventh in descent from Lieut. Thomas Tracy of 
Salem, Mass., and Hartford and Norwich, Conn. En- 
sign 1st Co. Conn. Militia 1666; Lieut. New London Co. 
Dragoons, 1672; Commissary in King Philip's War; 
Deputy for 27 sessions; Commissioner 1678 and later. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Thomas Bourne (No. 26). 
8. Lieut. Thomas Tracy, 1610-1685. Mary (....) Mason, - 

29. Eighth in descent from Matthew Marvin of Nor- 
walk, Conn. Deputy from Nor walk 1654. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Thomas Bourne (No. 26). 

7. Ensign Thomas Lefflngwell, Jr., 1649-1724. Mary Bushnell, 

1654-1745. 

8. Richard Bushnell, ....- Mary Marvin, 1629-1713. 

9. Matthew Marvin - Elizabeth 1604- 

30. Seventh in descent from Lieut. Thomas Leffing- 
well of Norwich, Conn. Lieut. 1672; served in King 

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Philip's War and in Capt. Denison's famous band of 
Indian Fighters; Deputy 1661 to 1710. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Matthew Marvin, (No. 29). 

8. Lieut. Thomas Lefflnrwell, 1622-1714. Mary White, ....-1711. 

31. Sixth in descent from Ensign Thomas Leffing- 
well, Jr., of Norwich, Conn. Ensign of Norwich Mili- 
tia; Deputy from Norwich 1716. 

For line of descent see Matthew Marvin (No. 29). 



COFFIN, WILLIAM KING. (Soc. No. 67). 
Eau Claire, Wis. 

Born Aug. 9th, 1850, in Jacksonville, 111. 
Married Mary Gove Burroughs Oct. 3d, 1872. 

2. William Coffin, 1822-1890. Mary B. Lockwood, 1828-1877. 

S. Nathaniel Coffin, 1781-1864. Mary Porter -.... 

4. James Coffin, 1745-1830. Martha McLellan, 1745-1825. 

5. Edmund Coffin, 1708-1789. Shuab Bartlett -1803. 

6. Nathaniel Coffin, 1669-1749. Sarah Brocklebank, -1750. 

7. Tristram Coffin, Jr., 1632-1704. Judith Greenleaf, 1625-1705. 

8. Tristram Coffin, 1605-168L Dionis Stevens -.... 

Seventh in descent from Tristram Coffin of Salisbury, 
Newbury and Nantucket, Mass. A Royalist and one of 
the few early settlers of Newbury who came to America 
on account of the successes of Cromwell ; Commissioner 
of Salisbury 1655. In 1659 ne w i tn eight others purchas- 
ed of Governor Thomas Mayhew the island of Nan- 
tucket, the consideration named being "Thirty pounds 
and two Beaver Hats, one for myself and one for my 
wife." The first Chief Magistrate of the Island of Nan- 
tucket appointed by Governor Lovelace of N. Y., June 
19th, 1671, and again by Sir Edmund Andros 1677. 

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SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 



I. Sixth in descent from Lieut. Tristram Coffin of 
Newbury, Mass. Lieut, of the Newbury Military Co. 
1683; Deputy from Newbury, 1695-1700-02. 



For line of descent see Tristram Coffin. 

2. Fifth in descent from Nathaniel Coffin of New- 
bury, Mass. Deputy from Newbury 1719-20; Member 
of Governor's Council 1730. 

For line of descent see Tristram Coffin. 

3. Seventh in descent from Lieut. Edmund Green- 
leaf of Newbury, Mass. Ensign of Newbury Military 
Co. 1639; Lieut, of same Co. 1642; Commissioner for 
Newbury 1642. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Tristram Coffin. 

S. Lieut. Edmund Greenleaf, 1600-1671. Sarah Dole - 



4. Sixth in descent from Capt. Samuel Brocklebank 
of Sudbury, Mass. Capt. of the Rowley Co. Essex 
County Regiment 1673 ; took an active part in King Phil- 
ip's War and was in command of garrison and military 
operations near Marlboro. April 21st, 1676, he and his 
company joined the company of Capt. Wadsworth and 
were ambushed by Indians near Sudbury, both Captains 
and most of their men being killed. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Tristram Coffin. 

7. Capt. Samuel Brocklebank, 1628-1676. Hannah -.... 



5. Fourth in descent from Hugh McLellan of Gor- 
ham, Me. Served in defense of Narragansett No. 7 in 
French and Indian War of 1745. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Tristram Coffin. 

5. Hugh McLellan, 1710-1787. Elizabeth McLellan, 1709-1804. 

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6. Eighth in descent from Judge Abraham Preble of 
York, Me. Magistrate of York County 1645-46-58 ; As- 
sociate Judge 1647-48-49-50-59-60-61-62 ; Treasurer 1654 
and later; Commissioner for York 1655-56-57-59-60; 
Agamenticus (York, Me.) was incorporated as a city by 
Sir. Ferdinand Gorges in 1641 and the following year the 
name was changed to Gorgiana. This was the first city 
government established in New England, and Abraham 
Preble was one of its early Mayors. He held the first 
military appointment with the title of Major. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Tristram Coffin. 

4. Dr. Aaron Porter, 1752-1837. Paulina King, 1759-1833. 

5. Richard King, 1718-1775. Isabella Bragdon, ....-1759. 

6. Richard King, 1692-.... Hannah Preble, 1697-.... 

7. Capt. Abraham Preble, 1673-1723. Mary Bragdon, 1675-.... 

8. Nathaniel Preble, 1648-.... 

9. Judge Abraham Preble, 1603-1663. Judith Tilden, ......... 



7. Sixth in descent from Capt. Abraham Preble of 
York, Me. Judge of Court of Common Pleas 1715; 
Capt. of York Militia for many years. 

For line of descent see Judge Abraham Preble (No. 6). 

8. Fourth in descent from Richard King of Scarbor- 
ough, Me. Commissary of troopers destined for An- 
apolis Royal 1745 ; served as Commissary until 1748. 

For line of descent see Judge Abraham Preble (No. 6). 

9. Eighth in descent from John Porter, Sr., of Hing- 
ham and Salem, Mass. Deputy from Hingham 1644; 
Deputy from Salem 1668. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Tristram Coffin. 

4. Dr. Aaron Porter, 1752-1837. Paulina King, 1759-1833. 

5. Moses Porter, 1719-18U. Mary Chadwick -.... 

6. Benjamin Porter, 1692-1781. Sarah Tyler, 1696- 

7. John Porter, 1658-1753. Lydia Herrick, 1666-1737. 

8. Samuel Porter - — Hannah Dodge, 1644-1689. 

9. John Porter, Sr. 1596-1676. Mary 

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io. Sixth in descent from John Porter of Wenham, 
Mass. Deputy from Wenham 1712-24-25. 

For line of descent see John Porter Sr. (No. 9). 

ii. Eighth in descent from William Dodge of Bev- 
erly, Mass. Served under Capt. George Curwin in 
King Philip's War 1675-76. 

2 to 8, same as descent from John Porter, Sr., (No. 9). 
9. William Dodge -.... Elizabeth -.... 

12. Seventh in descent from Quartermaster Moses 
Tyler of Boxford, Mass. Quartermaster of the Essex 
County Militia 1689. 

2 to 6, same as descent from John Porter Sr. (No. 9). 

7. Moses Tyler, 1667-1732. Ruth Perly, 1675-1738. 

8. Quartermaster Moses Tyler, 1642- Prudence Blake, 1650- 

1689. 

13. Eighth in descent from Sergt. Robert Lockwood 
of Fairfield, Conn. Sergt. of Fairfield Train Band 1657. 

2. William Coffin, 1822-1890. Mary H. Lockwood, 1828-1877. 

3. Samuel D. Lockwood, 1789-1874. Mary V. S. Nash, 1800-1875. 

4. Joseph Lockwood, 1764-1799. Mary Drake, -1765-1819. 

5. Capt. Joseph Lockwood, 1731-1792. Hannah Close, 1740-1806. 

6. Joseph Lockwood Jr. 1699-1747. Sarah Hoyt, 1706-1790. 
7.' Joseph Lockwood, 1675-1759. Elizabeth Ayers, -1715. 

8. Lieut. Jonathan Lockwood, 1634-1688. Mary Ferris - 

9. Sergt. Robert Lockwood, -1658. Susanna St. John - 



14. Seventh in descent from Lieut. Jonathan Lock- 
wood of Greenwich, Conn. Lieut, of Greenwich Co. 
1674; Deputy from Greenwich 1671-73-74-76-83. 

For line of descent see Sergt. Robert Lockwood (No. 13). 

15. Seventh in descent from Joshua Hoyt of Stam- 
ford, Conn. Deputy from Stamford from 1681 to 1686. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Sergt. Robert Lockwood (No. 13). 

7. Joshua Hoyt, 1671-1745. Mary Pickett, 1677-1732. 

8. Joshua Hoyt. 1641-1690. Mary -.... 

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1 6. Seventh in descent from John Pickett of Stam- 
ford, Conn. Deputy from Stamford 1673-75. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Sergt. Robert Lockwood (No. 13). 

7. Joshua Hoyt. 1671-1745. Mary Pickett, 1677-1732. 

8. John Pickett, 1648-.... Mary Crosse -1687. 

17. Sixth in descent from Lieut. Joseph Drake of 
Eastchester County, N. Y. Lieut, of Militia in East- 
chester County 1700. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Sergt. Robert Lockwood (No. 13). 

5. Col. Samuel Drake, 1730-1793. 

6. Samuel Drake, 1699-1774. 

7. Lieut. Joseph Drake - Mary Shute, - 



COLLINS, LOREN WARREN. (Soc. No. 72). 

St. Cloud, Minn. 

Associate Justice Supreme Court. 

Born August 7th, 1838, in Lowell, Mass. 
Married Ella Stewart Sept. 4th, 1878. 

2. Charles P. Collins, 1810-1880. Abigail Libby, 1811-1890. 

3. Shubael Collins, 1774-1844. Abigail Hoyt, 1777-1845. 

4. Benjamin Collins, 1741-1778. Elizabeth Page, 1749-1781. 

Third in descent from Benjamin Collins of New Hamp- 
shire. A private in Capt. Johnson's Co. of Col. John 
Goffe's New Hampshire Reg. which served in the French 
and Indian War 1760. 

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SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

1. Eighth in descent from William Eastow of Hamp- 
ton, N. H. Deputy from Hampton 1644-48-49. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Benjamin Collins. 

5. Benjamin Page, 1714-1796. Mary Sanborn, 1720-1796. 

6. Shubael Sanborn, 1694-1759. Mary Drake, 1693-1775. 

7. Abraham Drake, Jr., 1654-1714. Sarah Hobbs - 

8. Morris Hobbs, 1615-1706. Sarah Eastow -1686. 

9. William Eastow -1655. 

2. Seventh in descent from Lieut. John Sanborn of 
Hampton, N. H. Ensign of Hampton County Norfolk 
Reg't. 1675; Lieut. 1679; served as Lieut, in King Wil- 
liam's War; Deputy 1685. 

2 to 6, same as descent from William Eastow (No. 1). 

7. Richard Sanborn, 1655- Mary Drake Boulter, 1658- 

8. Lieut. John Sanborn, 1620-1692. Mary Tuck - 

3. Seventh in descent from Robert Page of Hamp- 
ton, N. H. Deputy from Hampton 1657-68. 

2 to 5, same as descent from William Eastow (No. 1). 

6. Samuel Page, 1671-1754. Ann Marshall, -1726. 

7. Francis Page, 1633- Meribah Smith - 

8. Robert Page, 1604-1679. Lucy 1607-1665. 

4. Sixth in descent from Abraham Drake, Jr., of 
Hampton, N. H. Served in Hampton Company in King 
Philip's War, and in same company in King William's 
War. 

For line of descent see William Eastow (No. 1). 

5. Seventh in descent from Sergt. John Hoyt of Salis- 
bury, Mass. Sergt. of Salisbury Military Co. 1658. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Benjamin Collins. 

4. Dr. Philip Hoyt, 1756-.... Elizabeth Kinson -.... 

5. Ephraim Hoyt, 1716-1767. Abigail Welch, ....- 

6. Ephraim Hoyt, 1671-1741. Hannah Godfrey -1736. 

7. Thomas Hoyt, 1641-1691. Mary Brown -.... 

8. Sergt. John Hoyt, 1610-1696. Frances -1642. 

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6. Sixth in descent from John Libby of Scar- 
borough, Maine. Assisted in defending Black Point, 
Scarborough when attacked by Indians Oct. 12th, 1676. 

2. Charles Pierce Collins, 1810-1880. Abigail Libby, 1811-1890. 

3. Ca.pt. Reuben Libby, 1743-1827. Abigail (Pinkham) Smith - 

1852. 

4. Joseph Libby, 1715-1778. Margaret Abbott, ....-1794. 

5. Abraham Libby, 1688-1767. Sabina Phllbrick, 1691- 

6. Anthony Libby, 1649-1718. Sarah Drake, 1656-1716. 

7. John Libby, 1602-1682. Frances , ......... 

7. Fifth in descent from Anthony Libby of Scarbor- 
ough, Maine. Served under Capt. Scottow 1677; "was 
in ye hutts without ye garrison but joyning to it" at 
Black Point October 12th, 1676. 

For line of descent see John Libby (No. 6). 

8. Fourth in descent from Abraham Libby of Epsom, 
N. H. Served at Fort William and Mary, New Castle, 
N. H. 1708. 

For line of descent see John Libby (No. 6). 

9. Third in descent from Joseph Libby of New Dur- 
ham, N. H. In Capt. Thomas Bell's Co. in Battalion 
raised for defense of Fort Edward and commanded by 
Major Thomas Nash 1757. 

For line of descent see John Libby (No. 6). 

10. Seventh in descent from Governor Thomas Rob- 
erts of New Hampshire. The last Colonial Governor of 
New Hampshire 1640. 

2 to 5, same as descent from John Libby (No. 6). 

6. Joseph Philbrick, 1663-1775. Tryphena Marston, 1663-1729. 

7. James Philbrick, -1674. Ann Roberts - 

8. Gov. Thomas Roberts - 

ii. Fifth in descent from Joseph Philbrick of Hamp- 
ton, N. H. Deputy from Hampton 1745-49-52. 
For line of descent see Gov. Thomas Roberts (No. 10). 



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COOK, STEPHEN CHAMPLIN. (Soc. No. 68). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born July 8th, 1854, in Erie, Pa. 

Married Rosa Donna Kendrick Sept. 9th, 1880. 

2. John B. Cook, 1818-.... Ellen B. ChampUn, 1829-.... 

3. Stephen Champlin, 1789-1870. Minerva L. Pomeroy, 1799-1868. 

4. Stephen Champlin, 1763-1848. Elizabeth Raymond Perry, 176J- 

1811. 
B. Stephen Champlin, 1734-1778. Dinah Browning, 1736-1799. 

6. Stephen Champlin, 1710-.... Mercy Hazard, 1716- — 

7. Jeffrey Champlin -1718. Hannah Hazard - — 

8. Jeffrey Champlin, 1652-1715. 

Seventh in descent from Capt. Jeffrey Champlin of 
Kingston, R. I. Governor's Assistant 1696 to 1715; 
Deputy 1681-82-84-85 ; Capt. of Militia 1690. 



SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Ninth in descent from Stukely Westcott of Salem, 
Mass., and Providence and Warwick, R. I. Deputy to 
the Colonial Assembly of R. I. 1651-52-56-60-71; As- 
sistant 1653. 

2, 3 and 4 same as descent from Capt. Jeffrey Champlin. 

5. Freeman Perry, 1733-1813. Mercy Hazard -1810. 

6. Oliver Hazard, 1710-1773. Elizabeth Raymond -1759. 

7. George Hazard, ....-1743. Penelope Arnold, 1669-1742. 

8. Caleb Arnold, 1644-1719. Abigail Wilbor -.... 

9. Governor Benedict Arnold, 1615-1678. Damaris Westcott, - 

1678. 
10. Stukely Westcott, 1592-1677. 

2. Eighth in descent from Governor Benedict Arnold 
of Providence and Newport, R. I. Assistant 1655 ; Pres- 
ident of the "Four Towns" 1657 t0 1662; Commissioner 
1660 and 1661; first Governor of R. I. 1663 to 1669; 
member of the Council of War 1676. 

For line of descent see Stukely Westcott (No. 1). 

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3. Sixth in descent from Lieut. Col. George Hazard 
of South Kingstown, R. I. Governor's Assistant 1702-3; 
Deputy 1701-2-6-7-8-9-12-13; Lieut. Col. of Militia 
1719-20. 

For line of descent see Stukely "Westcott (No. 1). 

4. Eighth in descent from Capt. Samuel Wilbor of 
Providence, R. I. Deputy 1640-41-64-65 ; Commissioner 
1656-58-59-60-62-63; Governor's Assistant 1665-66-67- 
68-69-77-78 ; Trooper 1667 ; Capt. 1670. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Stukely "Westcott (No. 1). 
9. Samuel Wilbor -1679. Hannah Porter -1722. 

5. Seventh in descent from Edmund Freeman of 
Lynn, Plymouth and Sandwich, Mass. Governor's As- 
sistant of Plymouth Colony 1640 to 1645. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Stukely Westcott, (No. 1). 

6. Benjamin Perry, -1749. Susanna Barber, 1697-1748. 

7. Edward Perry, -1695. Mary Freeman - 

8. Edmund Freeman, 1590-1682. Elizabeth -1676. 



CORSER, ELWOOD SPENCER. (Soc. No. 61). 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Born October 3rd, 1835, in Gates, N. Y. 
Married Mary Ann Roycraft Oct. 18, 1861. 

2. Caleb B. Corser, 1803-1875. Henrietta Spencer, 1809-1840. 

3. David Corser 2nd, 1781-1850. Judith Burbank, 1780-1863. 

4. David Corser 1st, 1754-1828. Euth Blaisdell, 1758-1844. 

5. John Corser, 1718-1791. Jane Nichols, ......... 

Fourth in descent from John Corser of Kingston and 
Boscawen, N. H. Served as a private in the Regt. com- 
manded by Col. Joseph Blanchard in expedition against 
Forts Niagara and Crown Point 1755-56. 



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CUSHING, LUTHER STEARNS. (Soc. No. 36). 
St. Paul, Minnesota. 

Born July 21st, 1857, in Boston, Mass. 
Unmarried. 



2. George A. Cushing, 1813-1880. Lucia Mitchell, 1824-.. 

3. Edmund Cushing, 1774-1851. Mary Stearns, 1776-1866. 

4. Charles Cushing, 1744-1809. Hannah Croade -.... 

5. Jacob Cushing, 1696-1777. Mary Chauncey -1776. 

6. Matthew Cushing, 1665-1715. Deborah Jacob, -.... 

7. John Cushing, 1627-1708. Sarah Hawes -1678. 



Sixth in descent from John Cushing of Plymouth Col- 
ony. Deputy 1674 and many years after; Assistant 
1689-90-91. 



SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

1. Seventh in descent from Nicholas Jacob of Hing- 
ham, Mass. Commissioner for Hingham 1646; Deputy 
1648-49. 

2 to 6, same as descent from John Cushing. 

7. Capt. John Jacob, 1630-1693. Mary Eussell, 1641-1691. 

8. Nicholas Jacob -1657. Mary - 

2. Sixth in descent from Capt. John Jacob of Hing- 
ham, Mass. Commanded a foot company at Medfield 
when the town was attacked by Indians Feb. 2ist, 1676; 
served under Capt. Johnson at Great Swamp Fight, and 
after the Capt's death was appointed to command his 
company; engaged in active service until close of King 
Philip's War; his house was fortified as a garrison by 
order of General Court ; member of the Ancient & Hon- 
orable Artillery Co. 1682. 

For line of descent see Nicholas Jacob (No. 1). 

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3. Seventh in descent from George Russell of Hing- 
ham and Scituate, Mass. ; Member of Scitnate Co. 1645. 

2 to 6, same as descent from John Cushing. 

7. Capt. John Jacob, 1630-1693. Mary Russell ,1641-1691. 

8. George Russell, 1595-1694. Jane James, (widow) 1606-1689. 

4. Sixth in descent from Maj. Gen. John Walley of 
Boston, Mass., and Bristol, R. I. Member of Ancient & 
Honorable Artillery Co. for 36 years; 1st Sergt. 1676; 
Lieut. 1678; Capt. 1679-99-1707; Capt. of Bristol Co. 
1684; Maj. of Boston Regt. 1699 and Col. later; Chief 
Military officer of the expedition against Quebec 1689; 
commanded a Regt. under Sir William Phipps 1690; 
Commissioner of War 1693-94; Member of the Council 
1693 and 94, and from 1696 to 1706; commissioned Ma- 
jor General about 1700; principal founder of Bristol 
1684; Assistant 1684-85-86-90-91; Commissioner of the 
United Colonies 1684-86-89-90-91 ; Judge of Superior 
Court 1700. 

2 to 5, same as descent from John Cushing. 

6. Charles Chauncey -17U. Sarah Walley, 1684-1726. 

7. Mar. Gen. John Walley, 1643-1712. Sarah , .... -1711. 

5. Eighth in descent from William Thomas of Marsh- 
field, Mass. Assistant in Plymouth Colony 1641-42-47- 
48-50; Member of Council of War 1642. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from John Cushing. 

5. Thomas Croade - Rachel Cushing, ......... 

6. John Croade, 1663-.... Deborah Thomas, 1692-.. . . 

7. Capt. Nathaniel Thomas, Jr., 1643-1718. Deborah Jacob, 1643-.... 

8. Capt. Nathaniel Thomas, 1606-1674. 

9. William Thomas, 1574-1651. 

6. Seventh in descent from Capt. Nathaniel Thomas 
of Marshfield, Mass. Member of Lieut. William Holmes' 
Co. in Pequot War 1637; Lieut, under Capt. Miles Stan- 
dish in Marshfield Co. 1643; Capt. 1644. 

For line of descent see William Thomas (No. 5). 

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7- Sixth in descent from Capt. Nathaniel Thomas, Jr., 
of Marshfield, Mass. Served as Lieut, in King Philip's 
War under Maj. Cudworth ; Capt. of Marshfield Co. 1681 ; 
Member of Council of War 1681-85; Assistant 1685-90; 
Deputy many times between 1672 and 1691. 

For line of descent see William Thomas (No. 5). 

8. Seventh in descent from Capt. Walter Price of Sa- 
lem, Mass. Cornet of Salem Foot Co. 1662; Lieut. 1664; 
Capt. 1664; Deputy from Salem 1665. 

2 to 6, same as descent from William Thomas (No. 5). 

7. John Croade -.... Elizabeth Price, 1642-.... 

8. Capt. Walter Price, 1620-1674. Elizabeth 1615-1688. 

9. Seventh in descent from Capt. Richard Beers of 
Watertown, Mass. Capt. of Watertown Co. which went 
to the relief of Brookfield August 7th, 1675; he and 
sixteen of his men were killed while marching to the re- 
lief of Northfield garrison September 4th, 1675. 

2 and 3, same as descent from John Cushing. 

4. Josiah Stearns, 1747-1822. Mary Covey, 1750-1828. 

5. Thomas Stearns, 1710-.... Abigail Reed -.... 

«. Samuel Stearns, 1678-1721. Phoebe -.... 

7. Isaac Stearns, 1633-1676. Sarah Beers -.... 

8. Capt. Richard Beers, 1612-1675. Elizabeth - 

io. Eighth in descent from John Jenny of Plymouth, 
Mass. Member of Plymouth Co. 1643 .' Deputy 1641 ; 
Assistant 1637-38-39-40. 

2. George A. Cushing, 1813-1880. Lucia Mitchell, 1824-.... 

3. Josiah Mitchell, ....-1851. Elizabeth Delano, 1786-.... 

4. Jacob Mitchell, 1740- Sarah Sturtevant - 

5. Seth Mitchell, 1715- Ann Latham, - 

6. Thomas Mitchell, ....-1727. Elizabeth Kingman, 1673-.... 

7. Ensign Jacob Mitchell -1675. Susanna Pope, 1649-1675. 

8. Thomas Pope, 1608-1683. Sarah Jenny, ......... 

9. John Jenny, -1644. Sarah ,....-1655. 

ii. Seventh in descent from Thomas Pope of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. Member of Plymouth Co. 1643; member 
of Lieut. William Holmes' Co. in Pequot War 1637. 

For line of descent see John Jenny (No. 10). 

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12. Sixth in descent from Ensign Jacob Mitchell of 
Dartmouth, Mass. Ensign of Dartmouth Co. 1674; he 
and his wife were killed by Indians July, 1675. 

For line of descent see John Jenny (No. 10). 

13. Seventh in descent from Experience Mitchell of 
Duxbury, Mass. Member of Duxbury Co. under Capt. 
Miles Standish 1643. 

2 to 7, same as descent from John Jenny (No. 10). 
S. Experience Mitchell, 1609-16S9. 

14. Seventh in descent from Henry Kingman of Wey- 
mouth, Mass. Deputy from Weymouth 1638-52. 

2 to 6, same as descent from John Jenny (No. 10). 

7. John Kingman - Elizabeth - 

8. Henry Kingman, 1592-1666. Joanna -1659. 

15. Eighth in descent from Francis Cooke of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. A Mayflower passenger and the 17th 
signer of the Compact ; member of Capt. Miles Standish 
Co. 1643. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from John Jenny (No. 10). 

5. Caleb Sturtevant, 1720-1795. Patience Cushman -.... 

6. James Sturtevant -1756. Susanna Cooke - 

7. Francis Cooke, 1663- Elizabeth Latham, - 

8. Jacob Cooke, - Damaris Hopkins - 

9. Francis Cooke, 1582-1663. Esther -.... 

16. Seventh in descent from Jacob Cooke of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. Member of Lieut. William Holmes' Co. 
in the Pequot War 1637; member of Plymouth Co. 1643. 

For line of descent see Francis Cooke (No. 15). 

17. Eighth in descent from Stephen Hopkins of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. A Mayflower passenger and the 14th 
signer of the Compact ; took part in the "first encounter" 
at Great Meadow Creek December 8th, 1620 ; member of. 

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Lieut. William Holmes' Co. in Pequot War 1637; Mem- 
ber of Council of War 1642 ; Assistant 1633-36. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Francis Cooke (No. 15). 
9. Stephen Hopkins, -1644. Elizabeth - 

18. Eighth in descent from John Winslow of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. Member of Council of War 1653 ; Deputy 
from Plymouth 1652-54. He was the eldest brother of 
Gov. Edward Winslow, and his wife, Mary Chilton, was 
daughter of James Chilton, the 24th signer of the May- 
flower Compact. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Francis Cooke (No. 15). 

8. Robert Latham - Susanna Winslow - 

9. John Winslow, 1597-1674. Mary Chilton, ....-1679. 

19. Eighth in descent from William Latham of 
Marshfield, Mass. Member of Marshfield Co. 1643. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Francis Cooke (No. 15). 

8. Robert Latham - Susanna Winslow - 

9. William Latham, -.... 

20. Eighth in descent from Isaac Allerton of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. A Mayflower passenger and the 5th signer 
of the Compact; Assistant 1621-23-34; after four visits 
to England he procured the charter of Plymouth Colony 
1629. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from John Jenny (No. 10). 

5. Caleb Sturtevant, 1720-1795. Patience Cushman, 1721- 

6. Ichabod Cushman, 1680-1736. Patience Holmes, 1690-.... 

7. Rev. Isaac Cushman, 1648- Mary Rickards, 1654-1727. 

8. Thomas Cushman, 1608-.... Mary Allerton, 1616-1699. 

9. Isaac Allerton, 1580-1659. Mary Norris -1621. 

21. Seventh in descent from Thomas Cushman of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. Member of the Plymouth Co. 1643. 

For line of descent see Isaac Allerton (No. 20). 

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22. Eighth in descent from John Barnes of Plymouth, 
Mass. Member of Lieut. William Holmes' Co. in the 
Pequot War 1637. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Isaac Allerton (No. 20). 

8. John Rickards, ......... Esther Barnes, - 

9. John Barnes, -1671. Mary Plummer, -1651. 

23. Eighth in descent from John Faunce of Plymouth, 
Mass. Member of Plymouth Co. 1643. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Isaac Allerton (No. 20). 

7. John Holmes, 1663- Sarah , - 

8. John Holmes, 1636-1697. Patience Faunce - 

9. John Faunce, ..:.-1654. Patience Morton - 

24. Eighth in descent from Capt. Miles Standish of 
Plymouth, Mass. An account of his life and public ser- 
vices will be found later in this volume. 

2. George A. Cushing, 1813-1880. Lucia Mitchell, 1824-.... 

3. Josiah Mitchell -1851. Elizabeth Delano, 1786-.... 

4. Judah Delano, 1752- Penelope Sampson, 1761-.... 

5. Stephen Sampson, 1722- Abigail Morton, 1732- 

6. Abraham Sampson, 1686- Penelope Sampson - 

7. Abraham Sampson, 1658-1727. Lorah Standish, - 

8. Alexander Standish - Sarah Alden - 

9. Capt. Miles Standish, 1584-1656. Barbara - 

25. Seventh in descent from Alexander Standish of 
Duxbury, Mass. Member of Capt. Miles Standish Dux- 
bury Co. 1643. 

For line of descent see Capt. Miles Standish (No. 24). 

26. Eighth in descent from John Alden of Plymouth, 
Mass. A Mayflower passenger and the 7th and young- 
est signer of the Compact ; member of Capt. Miles Stan- 
dish Co. 1643; Assistant 1632 to 1640 and 1650 to 1687; 
Deputy 1640 to 1650; Member of the Council of War 
1646-53-58-67; Treasurer 1656-57-58; Deputy Governor 
1664-65-67. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Capt. Miles Standish (No. 24). 
9. John Alden, 1599-1687. Priscilla Mullins, ......... 

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27. Seventh in descent from Abraham Sampson of 
Duxbury, Mass. Member of Duxbury Co. under Capt. 
Miles Standish 1643. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Capt. Miles Standish (No. 24). 

5. Abraham Sampson, ..-1686 Nash, - 

28. Eighth in descent from Lieut. Samuel Nash of 
Plymouth, Mass. Member of Lieut. William Holmes 
Co. in Pequot War 1637; Sergt. Plymouth Co. 1643; 
Lieut. 1645; Chief Marshall of the General Court 1652; 
Member of Council of War 1658 ; Deputy 1653. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Capt. Miles Standish (No. 24). 

8. Abraham Sampson, -1686 Nash - — 

9. Lieut. Samuel Nash - 

29. Eighth in descent from Henry Sampson of Dux 
bury, Mass. Member of Lieut. William Holmes' Co. in 
Pequot War 1637 ; member of Duxbury Co. under Capt. 
Miles Standish 1643; a Mayflower passenger, but too 
young to sign the compact; a nephew of Edward Tilley 
and regarded as a member of his family. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Capt. Miles Standish (No. 24). 

7. Joseph Sampson -.... 

8. James Sampson, 1650- 

9. Henry Sampson -1684. Ann Plummer, - — 

30. Eighth in descent from Ephraim Kempton, Sr., of 
Scituate, Mass. Member of Scituate Co. 1643. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Capt. Miles Standish (No. 24). 

6. Thomas Morton, 1690- — Abigail Pratt, — - — 

7. George Morton, 1645-1693. Joanna Kempton, 1647- 

8. Ephraim Kempton, Jr -1655. Joanna Rawlins -1656. 

9. Ephraim Kempton, Sr 1645. 

31. Seventh in descent from Ephraim Kempton, Jr., 
of Scituate, Mass. Member of the Scituate Co. 1643. 

For line of descent see Ephraim Kempton, Sr. (No. 30). 

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32. Seventh in descent from Lieut. Ephraim Morton 
of Plymouth, Mass. Lieut, of Plymouth Colony Militia 
1664; Member of Council of War 1681-85 ." Deputy many 
times between 1657 and 1685. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Ephraim Kempton, Sr. (No. 30). 

8. Lieut. Ephraim Morton, 1623-1693. Ann Cooper -1691. 

33. Eighth in descent from Thomas Rawlins of Sci- 
tuate, Mass. Member of Scituate Co. 1643. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Ephraim Kempton, Sr. (No. 30). 

9. Thomas Rawlins, - Sarah , - 

34. Seventh in descent from Philip Delano or De La 
Noye of Duxbury, Mass. Member of Lieut. William 
Holmes' Co. in Pequot War 1637; member of Duxbury 
Co. under Capt. Miles Standish 1643. 

2. George A. Cushing, 1813-1880. Lucia Mitchell, 1824-.... 

3. Josiah Mitchell -1851. Elizabeth Delano, 1786-.... 

4. Judah Delano, 1752- Penelope Sampson, 1761- 

5. Judah Delano, 1724- Lydia , - 

6. Philip Delano, 1678-1761. Elizabeth Dingley, 1681-1756. 

7. Philip Delano, ....-1708. 

8. Philip Delano, 1602-1681. Hester Dewsberry -.... 

35. Seventh in descent from Richard Newton of Marl- 
boro, Mass. Assisted in defending Marlboro when at- 
tacked and destroyed by the Indians in King Philip's 
War. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Philip Delano (No. 34). 

7. Jacob Dingley, 1642-1691. Elizabeth Newton -.... 

8. Richard Newton, -1701. Hannah - 

36. Seventh in descent from John Dingley of Marsh- 
field, Mass. Member of the Marshfield Co. 1643. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Philip Delano (No. 34). 

7. Jacob Dingley, 1642-1691. Elizabeth Newton, ......... 

8. John Dingley, 1608-1658. 



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CUTLER, EDWARD HUTCHINS. (Soc. No. 76). 
St. Paul, Minnesota. 

Born May 3rd, 1848, in Boston, Mass. 
Married Lucy Carter Dunbar, June 13th, 1872. 

2. William Jonathan Cutler, 1315-1894. Lucia Conant Washburn, 

1823-1853. 

3. Dr. William Hutchins Cutler, 1787-1867. Abigail Lowe, 1791-1873. 

4. Jonathan Cutler. 1762-1837. Keziah Hutchins, 1765-1S28. 

5. Capt. William Cutler, 1725-1802. Susanna Shepard -1798. 

6. Jonathan Cutler, 1688-1746. Abigail Dewey -.... 

7. Lieut. Thomas Cutler, 1648-1722. Abigail - 

Sixth in descent from Lieut. Thomas Cutler, of Wa- 
tertown and Lexington, Mass. Served in early Indian 
Wars; Lieut, of the Lexington Co. under Capt. William 
Reed. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Seventh in descent from Ensign James Cutler of 
Watertown and Lexington, Mass. Member of Lexing- 
ton Military Co. ; served in King Philip's War. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Lieut. Thomas Cutler. 

8. Ensign James Cutler, 1606-1694. Mary ( ) King -1654. 

2. Sixth in descent from Nicholas Hutchins of Lynn, 
Mass. Member of Capt. Joseph Gardner's Co. in King 
Philip's War ; wounded at Great Swamp Fight. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Lieut. Thomas Cutler. 

5. Capt. Silas Hutchins, 1717-1772. Sarah Leavens, 1727-1814. 

6. John Hutchins, 1671-1756. Mary -1738. \ 

7. Nicholas Hutchins -1693. Elizabeth Farr -.... 

3. Eighth in descent from Joseph Peck of Hingham, 
Mass. Deputy from Hingham 1639-40-41-42. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Lieut. Thomas Cutler. 

5. Capt. Silas Hutchins, 1717-1772. Sarah Leavens, 1727-1814. 

6. Joseph Leavens, 1683-1773. Judith Sabin, 1690-1751. 

7. Ma]. John Sabin, 1666-1742. Sarah Peck, 1669-1738. 

8. Samuel Peck, 1638-1708. Sarah Hunt, 1646-1673. 

9. Joseph Peck, 1587-1663. 

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4. Seventh in descent from Samuel Peck of Rehoboth, 
Mass. Deputy from Rehoboth 1689-92. 

For line of descent see Joseph Peck (No. 3). 

5. Seventh in descent from William Sabin of Reho- 
both, Mass. Deputy from Rehoboth many times be- 
tween 1657 and 1671. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Joseph Peck (No. 3). 

8. William Sabin -1687. Martha Allen, 1641-.... 

6. Sixth in descent from Maj. John Sabin of Reho- 
both, Mass., Pomfret, Woodstock and Killingly, Conn. 
Capt. of Pomfret Train Band 1714. 

For line of descent see Joseph Peck (No. 3). 

7. Eighth in descent from Capt. Peter Hunt of Reho- 
both, Mass. Lieut.^r654 ; Capt. 1682 ; Deputy from Re- 
hoboth for fifteen years ; served in King Philip's War. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Joseph Peck (No. 3). 

9. Capt. Peter Hunt, ....-1692. Elizabeth Smith -.... 

8. Eighth in descent from Sergeant Thomas Hale of 
Newbury, Mass. Sergt. of Newbury Co. 1652. 

2. William Jonathan Cutler, 1815-1894. Lucia Conant Washburn, 

1823-1853. 

3. Dr. William Hutchins Cutler, 1787-1867. Abigail Lowe, 1791- 

1873. 

4. Dr. Abraham Lowe, 1755-1834. Charlotte Hale, 1766-1841. 

5. Col. Nathan Hale, 1743-1780. Abigail Grout, 1745-1838. 

6. Moses Hale, 1703-1762. Elizabeth Wheeler, 1704-1780. 

7. Capt. Thomas Hale, 1659-1730. Sarah Northend, 1661-1732. 

8. Capt. Thomas Hale, 1633-1688. Mary Hutchinson, 1630-1715. 

9. Sergt. Thomas Hale, 1606-1682. Thomasine -.... 



9. Sixth in descent from Capt. Thomas Hale, Jr., of 
Newbury, Mass. Served under Frontenac in King Will- 
iam's War 1689; Capt. of Newbury Militia 1704. 

For line of descent see Sergt. Thomas Hale (No. 8). 

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io. Seventh in descent from Capt. Thomas Hale, Sr., 
of Newbury, Mass. Served in Capt. Nathaniel Daven- 
port's Co. in King Philip's War. 

For line of descent see Sergt. Thomas Hale (No. 8). 

ii. Eighth in descent from Richard Swan of Row- 
ley, Mass. Served in King Philip's War and in expedi- 
ton against Canada; Deputy from Rowley 1666 to 1677. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Sergt. Thomas Hale (No. 8). 

6. Col. John Grout, 1704-1771. Joanna Boynton, - 

7. Hilkiah Boynton - Priscilla Jewett - 

8. Capt. Joseph Boynton, 1645-1730. Sarah Swan -1718. 

9. Richard Swan -1678. Ann -.... 

12. Seventh in descent from Capt. Joseph Boynton of 
Rowley, Mass. Deputy from Rowley 1697 to 1714; 
Capt. of provincial forces of Mass. Bay Colony. 

For line of descent see Richard Swan (No. 11). 

13. Eighth in descent from Thomas Wood of Row- 
ley, Mass. Assisted in defense of Groton in King Phil- 
ip's War 1675. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Richard Swan (No. 11). 

8. Joseph Jewett, 1656-1694. Ruth Wood, 1662-1734. 

9. Thomas Wood, 1635-1687. Ann Hunt, 1637-1714. 

14. Seventh in descent from Capt. Joseph Jewett of 
Rowley, Mass. Member of Capt. Samuel Brocklebank's 
Co. in King Philip's War. 

For line of descent see Thomas Wood (No. 13). 

15. Seventh in descent from David Wheeler of Row- 
ley, Mass. Served in King Philip's War, and drew lot 
120 in Narragansett Township No. 6 (now Templeton, 
Mass.) for his service. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Sergt. Thomas Hale (No. 8). 

7. Jethro Wheeler, 1664- Hannah French, 1667- 

8. David Wheeler, 1625- Sarah Wise, — -.... ; 

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1 6. Eighth in descent from Nicholas Noyes of New- 
bury, Mass. Deputy from Newbury 1660-79-80. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Sergt. Thomas Hale (No. 8). 

7. Jethro Wheeler, 1664-.... Hannah French, 1667-.... 

8. Corporal John French -1706. Mary Noyes, 1641- 

9. Nicholas Noyes, 1616-1701. Mary Cutting -.... 

17. Seventh in descent from Corporal John French of 
Ipswich, Mass. Corporal of Capt. Thomas Wheeler's 
Co. at the siege of Brookfield, in King Philip's War. 

For line of descent see Nicholas Noyes (No. 16). 

18. Seventh in descent from Capt. John Grout of 
Sudbury, Mass. Commanded the forces in defense of 
Sudbury when attacked by Indians April 20th, 1676. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Sergt. Thomas Hale (No. 8). 

6. Col. John Grout, 1704-1771. Joanna Boynton, - 

7. Jonathan Grout, 1658-1730. Abigail Dix, 1676-1753. 

8. Capt. John Grout, 1619-1697. Sarah (Busby) Cakebread, ......... 



19. Seventh in descent from Thomas Boreman of Ips- 
wich, Mass. Deputy from Ipswich 1635. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Sergt. Thomas Hale (No. 8). 

5. Jonathan Lowe, 1708- Sarah Perkins, 1711- 

6. Jonathan Lowe, 1665-1750. Mary Thomson - 

7. Deacon Thomas Lowe, 1632-1712. Martha Boreman, 1641-1720. 

8. Thomas Boreman, -1673. Margaret -1679. 

20. Sixth in descent from Thomas Lowe of Ipswich, 
Mass. Served in King Philip's war and received a grant 
of land for his service. 

For line of descent see Thomas Boreman (No. 19). 

21. Eighth in descent from Sergt. John Perkins of 
Ipswich, Mass. Sergt. of the allied English and Indian 
forces during the war with the Tarran tines 1631. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Sergt. Thomas Hale (No. 8). 

5. Jonathan Lowe, 1708- Sarah Perkins, 17U- 

6. Abraham Perkins, 1671- Abigail Dodge, 1681-.... 

7. Isaac Perkins, 1650-1726. Hannah Knight -.... 

8. John Perkins, 1614-1686. Elizabeth , ....-1684. 

9. Sergt. John Perkins, 1590-1664. Judith , ......... 

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22. Sixth in descent from Isaac Perkins of Ipswich, 
Mass. Assisted in defending Brookfield when attacked 
by Indians in King Philip's War, July 24th, 1676. 

For line of descent see Sergeant John Perkins (No. 21). 

23. Tenth in descent from Francis Cooke of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. A Mayflower passenger and the 17th 
signer of the Compact; served in Capt. Miles Standish 
Co. Plymouth Colony Militia 1643. 

2. William Jonathan Cutler, 1815-1894. Lucia Conant Washburn, 

1823-1863. 

3. Col. Abram Washburn, 1795-1881. Pamelia Keith, 1798-1831. 

4. Ensign Nathaniel Washburn, 1766-1843. Salome Simmons, 1770- 

1851. 

5. Capt. Abram Washburn, 1742-1785. Rebecca Leonard, 1744-1831. 

6. Nathaniel Washburn, 1713-1750. Mary Pratt, 1716-1790. 

7. John Washburn, 1682-1746. Margaret Packard, 1682-1743. 

8. John Washburn, 1646-1719. Rebecca Lapham, 1645-1717. 

9. John Washburn, 1621-1686. Elizabeth Mitchell - 

10. Experience Mitchell, 1609-1689. Jane Cooke, -.... 

11. Francis Cooke, 1583-1663. Esther -.... 

24. Ninth in descent from Experience Mitchell of 
Duxbury, Mass. Member of the Duxbury Co. Plymouth 
Colony Militia under Capt. Miles Standish 1643. 

For line of descent see Francis Cooke (No. 23). 

25. Eighth in descent from John Washburn of Dux- 
bury, Mass. Member of Capt. Church's Co. in King 

m Philip's War; Member of Duxbury Military Co. 1643. 

For line of descent see Francis Cooke (No. 23). 

26. Ninth in descent from John Washburn of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. Member of the expedition against the 
Narragansetts in 1645. 

2 to 9, same as descent from Francis Cooke (No. 23). 
10. John Washburn, 1585-1670. Margaret , 1586-.... 

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27. Tenth in descent from Thomas Bourne of Marsh- 
field, Mass. Deputy from Marshfield 1642-45. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Francis Cooke (No. 23). 

9. Thomas Lapham, ....-1648. Mary Tilden, ......... 

10. Nathaniel Tilden -1641. Lydia Bourne -.... 

11. Thomas Bourne, 1581-1664. Elizabeth 1590-1660. 

28. Ninth in descent from Henry Kingman of Wey- 
mouth, Mass. Deputy from Weymouth 1638-1652. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Francis Cooke (No. 23). 

8. Nathaniel Packard -1720. Lydia Kingman - 

9. John Kingman, -1690. Elizabeth , - 

10. Henry Kingman, 1592-1666. Joanna -1659. 

29. Ninth in descent from John Dunham of Plymouth, 
Mass. Member of Plymouth Military Co. 1643; Dep- 
uty from Plymouth many times between 1639 and 1664. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Francis Cooke (No. 23). 

7. Samuel Pratt, 1693- Hannah - 

8. John Pratt - Margaret , - 

9. Benajah Pratt, 1654- Persis Dunham - — 

10. John Dunham, 1588-1669. Abigail -.... 

30. Eighth in descent from William Hoskins of Scitu- 
ate, Mass. Member of Plymouth Military Co. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Francis Cooke (No. 23) 

6. Josiah Leonard, 1709-1760. Jemima Washburn, 1710-1784. 

7. Josiah "Washburn, 1680-1734. Mercy Tillson, ......... 

8. Ephraim Tillson, -.... Elizabeth Hoskins - 

9. William Hoskins, ....-1695. Ann Hinde, 1615-.... 

31. Eighth in descent from Edmund Tillson of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. Member of Plymouth Colony Military Co. 
1643. 

2 to 8, same as descent from William Hoskins (No. 30). 
9. Edmund Tillson, - 

32. Eighth in descent from Moses Simmons of Dux- 
bury, Mass. Member of Duxbury Military Co. 1643. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Francis Cooke (No. 23). 

5. Moses Simmons, 1740- Lois Hay ward, 1749- 

6. David Simmons, 1716-.... Priscilla -.... 

7. Aaron Simmons, 1672-1757. Martha (Cobb) Tinkham, 1691-1775. 

8. Moses Simmons, ......... Patience Barstow -. ... 

9. Moses Simmons, -1689. Sarah - 

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33- Ninth in descent from George Soule of Plymouth, 
and Duxbury, Mass. A Mayflower passenger and the 
35th signer of the Compact; member of Capt. Miles 
Standish Military Co. 1643 > Deputy from Duxbury many 
times between 1645 an d x 654- 

2 to 7, same as descent from Moses Simmons (No. 32). 

8. John Cobb, 1662-1727. Rachel Soule, ....-1727. 

9. John Soule, 1632-1707. Esther (Delano) Sampson -.... 

10. George Soule -1680. Mary Beeket, ....-1677. 

34. Tenth in descent from James Hurst of Plymouth, 
Mass. Member of the Plymouth Military Co. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Moses Simmons (No. 32). 

8. John Cobb, 1662-1727. Rachel Soule -1727. 

9. John Cobb, 1632- Martha Nelson -.... 

10. Henry Cobb -.... Patience Hurst -1648. 

11. James Hurst, -1657. Catherine - 



35. Ninth in descent from Henry Cobb of Plymouth 
and Barnstable, Mass. Member of the Barnstable Mili- 
tary Co. 1643; Deputy from Barnstable many times be- 
tween 1644 and 1662. 

For line of descent see James Hurst (No. 34). 

36. Ninth in descent from William, Nelson of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. Member of Plymouth Military Co. 1643. 

2 to 9, same as descent from James Hurst (No. 34). 
10. William Nelson -1680. Martha Ford, ......... 

37. Ninth in descent from Hon. John Willis of Dux- 
bury and Bridgewater, Mass. Member of Duxbury Mil- 
itary Co. under Capt. Miles Standish; Deputy from 
Bridgewater for 25 years. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Moses Simmons (No. 32). 

6. Joslah Hayward, 1717-1773. Mary Perkins, 1718-1756. 

7. Joslah Hayward, 1688-1764. Sarah Kinsley, 1691-1738. 

8. Nathaniel Hayward, 1664-1734. Elizabeth Crossman, 1665-1739. 

9. Nathaniel Hayward, - — Hannah Willis, - 

10. Hon. John Willis, ....-1692. Elizabeth (Hodgkins) Palmer. 

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38. Ninth in descent from Thomas Hayward of Dux- 
bury, Mass. Member of Duxbury Military Co., under 
Capt. Miles Standish. 

2 to 9, same as descent from Hon. John Willis (No. 37). 
10. Thomas Hayward -1681. Susanna -1678. 

39. Ninth in descent from Stephen Kinsley of Brain- 
tree and Milton, Mass. Deputy from Braintree 1653; 
Deputy from Milton 1656. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Hon. John Willis (No. 37). 

8. Samuel Kinsley, 1661-.... Mary Washburn, 1661-.... 

9. Samuel Kinsley, ....-1662. Hannah Bracket, 1634-.... 
10. Stephen Kinsley -1673. Elizabeth -1668. 

40. Ninth in descent from Capt. Richard Brackett of 
Boston and Braintree, Mass. Member of Ancient & 
Honorable Artillery Co. 1636; Chief Military Comman- 
der of Braintree Militia for many years; Deputy from 
Braintree 1655-1680. 

2 to 9, same as descent from Stephen Kinsley (No. 39). 
10. Capt. Richard Bracket, 1610-1690. Alice 1613-1689. 

41. Ninth in descent from Thomas Browne of New- 
bury, Mass. Member of Capt. Samuel Appleton's Co. 
in King Philip's War. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Hon. John Willis (No. 37). 

7. Thomas Perkins, 1688-1761. Mary Washburn, 1694-1750. 

8. Corp. David Perkins, 1653-1736. Elizabeth Browne, 1654-1733. 

9. Francis Browne, ......... Mary Johnson - 

10. Thomas Browne, 1607-1687. Mary -1655. 

42. Eighth in descent from Deacon Samuel Edson of 
Bridgewater, Mass. Served in King Philip's War ; Mem- 

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ber of Council of War 1675-76; Deputy from Bridge- 
water 1676. 

2. •William Jonathan Cutler, 1815-1894. Lucia Conant Washburn, 

1823-1853. 

3. Col. Abram Washburn, 1795-1881. Pamelia Keith, 1798-1831. 

4. Isaac Keith, 1773-1843.. Joanna (Pratt) Besse, 1772-1857. 

5. Isaac Keith, 1745-1773. Mary Randall, 1745-1777. 

6. Josiah Keith, 1706-.... Ruth Manly, 1710-1784. 

7. Josiah Keith, ....-1754. Mary Lathrop, 1683-.... 

8. Rev. James Keith, 1643-1719. Susanna Edson, 1638-1705. 

9. Deacon Samuel Edson, 1612-1692. Susanna Orcutt, 1618-1699. 

43. Sixth in descent from Josiah Keith of Bridge- 
water, Mass. Served in French and Indian Wars. 

For line of descent see Deacon Samuel Edson (No. 42). 

44. Eighth in descent from Anthony Everden of 
Providence, R. I. Deputy from Providence 1667-1668- 
71-73- 

2 to 6, same as descent from Deacon Samuel Edson (No. 42). 

7. Thomas Manly, 1680-1743. Lydia Field, 1679-.... 

8. Capt. John Field, 1645-1698. Elizabeth Everden -1698. 

9. Anthony Everden - 

45. Seventh in descent from Capt. John Field of 
Taunton, Mass. Member of Capt. Turner's Co. at "Fall's 
Fight" in King Philip's War. 

For line of descent see Anthony Everden (No. 44). 

46. Seventh in descent from William Manly of Eas- 
ton, Mass. Member of Capt. Turner's Co. March, 1675 ; 
member of Capt. David Henchman's Co. August, 1675. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Anthony Everden (No. 44). 
8. William Manly -1717. Rebecca -1712. 

47. Eighth in descent from Ensign John Whitman of 
Weymouth, Mass. Ensign of the Weymouth Co. 1645 ; 
Commissioner for Weymouth 1645-46. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Deacon Samuel Edson (No. 42). 

6. Samuel Randall, 1709-1782. Martha Dailey, 1722-1777. 

7. John Dailey -1757. Mary Whitman, 1683-.... 

8. Sergt. Abiah Whitman, 1646-1727. Mary Ford -1715. 

9. Ensign John Whitman, 1602-1692. Mary -.... 



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48. Eighth in descent from Thomas Drake of Ded- 
ham and Weymouth, Mass. Served in King Philip's 
War. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Ensign John Whitman (No. 47). 

7. Deacon Thomas Randall, 1673-1752. Rachel Lincoln, 1677-1715. 

8. Thomas Randall -1711. Jane Brake - 

9. Thomas Drake - Jane - 

49. Seventh in descent from Samuel Lincoln of Taun- 
ton, Mass. Member of Capt. Isaac Johnson's Co. in 
King Philip's War. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Thomas Drake (No. 48). 
8. Samuel iLncoln, 1637- Jane , - 

50. Eighth in descent from George Partridge of Dux- 
bury, Mass. Member of Duxbury Military Co. under 
Capt. Miles Standish. 

2, S and 4, same as descent from Deacon Samuel Edson (No. 42). 

5. Deacon Seth Pratt, 1729-1795. Hannah Washburn, 1733-1824. 

6. Nathaniel Pratt, 1701-1749. Sarah Snow, 1706-1743. 

7. Benjamin Snow, -1743. Sarah (Allen) Cary, 1667- 

8. Deacon Samuel Allen, 1632-1703. Sarah Partridge, 1639-.... 

9. George Partridge -1695. Sarah Tracy, 1622-. .. . 

51. Seventh in descent from Deacon Samuel Allen of 
Bridgewater, Mass. Member of Capt. Thomas Hay- 
ward's Co. in King Philip's War; Deputy from Bridge- 
water 1693. 

For line of descent see George Partridge (No. 50). 

52. Eighth in descent from Lieut. Robert Barker of 
Duxbury, Mass. Lieut, of the Duxbury Military Co. 

1675. 

2 to 7, same as descent from George Partridge (No. 50). 

8. William Snow, 1624-1708. Rebecca Barker -.... 

9. Lieut. Robert Barker -1692. Lucy Williams, ......... 



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53- Seventh in descent from William Snow of Dux- 
bury, Mass. Member of Plymouth Military Co. 

For line of descent see Lieut. Robert Barker (No. 52). 

54. Fifth in descent from Capt. Joseph Washburn of 
Bridgewater, Mass. Served in French and Indian War 
in expedition against Crown Point 1755. 

2 to 5, same as descent from George Partridge (No. 50). 
6. Capt. Joseph Washburn, 1705-1766. Deliverance Orcutt, 1702- 
1790. 



DAGGETT, GEORGE HENRY. (Soc. No. 6.) 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Born in Newburyport, Mass., April 6th, 1852 . 
Married Mary Beddoes Hughes July 13th, 1886. 

2. Daniel Curtis Daggett, 1828-1883. Mary Elizabeth Brown, 1833- 

1873. 

3. Daniel Daggett, 1804-1871. Elizabeth Nicholas Franklin, 1806- 

1892. 

4. Daniel Daggett, 1775-1838. Margaret Briggs, 1775-1828. 

5. Lieut. Daniel Daggett, 1738-1796. Margaret Woodcock, 1742-1829. 

6. Lieut. Elihu Daggett, 1710-1769. Rebecca Stanley, 1715-1799. 

Fifth in descent from Lieut. Elihu Daggett, of Attle- 
boro, Mass. Lieut, in the Provincial Army and took part 
in the battle at the taking of Frontenac. 



SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

I. Ninth in descent from John Doggett, of Reho- 
both, Mass. Deputy from Rehoboth in 1648. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Lieut. Elihu Daggett. 

7. Capt. Mayhew Daggett, 1686-1752. Joanna Bevens - 

8. Dea. John Daggett, 1662-1724. Sarah Norton, ......... 

9. Thomas Daggett, 1630-1691. Hannah Mayhew, 1635-1722. 
10. John Doggett -1673. 



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2. Seventh in descent from Deacon John Daggett of 
Attleboro, Mass. Deputy from Attleboro 1720. 

For line of descent see John Doggett (No. 1). 

3. Sixth in descent from Capt. Mayhew Daggett of 
Attleboro, Mass. Deputy from Attleboro 1736-37-41-42- 
44- 

For line of descent see John Doggett (No. 1). 

4. Ninth in descent from Gov. Thomas Mayhew of 
Martha's Vineyard, Mass. An account of his life and 
public services will be found later in this volume. 

2 to 9, same as descent from John Doggett (No. 1). 
10. Gov. Thomas Mayhew, 1592-1682. 

5. Eighth in descent from John Guild of Dedham, 
Mass. A member of Major Samuel Appleton's Co. in 
King Philip's War. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Lieut. Elihu Daggett. 

7. Jacob Stanley, ......... Elizabeth Guild, 1697-.... 

8. Samuel Guild, 1647-1730. Mary Woodcock -.... 

9. John Guild, 1616-1682. Elizabeth Crooke, ....-1669. 

6. Seventh in descent from Samuel Guild of Dedham, 
Mass. A member of Capt. Samuel Moseley's Co. in King 
Philip's War. Served at "Woodcock's Garrison" 1675; 
referred to as Capt. 1700; Deputy from Dedham 1719. 

For line of descent see John Guild (No. 6). 

7. Eighth in descent from John Woodcock of Attle- 
boro, Mass. Deputy 1691-96. He built a public 
house on the "Bay Road" in Attleboro and fortified 
it as a garrison during King Philip's War ; it was one of 
a chain of fortifications extending from Boston to Rhode 
Island, and was not destroyed until 1806, having stood for 

137 years. 

2 to 8, same as descent from John Guild (No. 5). 

9. John Woodcock, 1615-1700. Sarah -1676. 

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8. Seventh in descent from William Briggs of Taun- 
ton, Mass. Member of Capt. Daniel Henchman's Co. in 
King Philip's War. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Lieut. Elihu Daggett. 

5. Rufus Briggs, -. ... 

6. John Briggs - — Lydia Finney - 

7. John Briggs, 1680-.... Hannah Rockett, ......... 

8. William Briggs -.... Sarah Macomber, ....-1680. 

9. Seventh in descent from Josiah Rockett, of Med- 
field, Mass. Served in Medfield Co. in King Philip's 
War. 

2 to 7, same as descent from William Briggs (No. 8). 
8. Josiah Rockett, -.... Mary Twitchell, 1659-1699. 

10. Ninth in descent from Lieut. Edmund Greenleaf 
of Newbury, Mass. Ensign of the Newbury Co. 1639; 
Lieut. 1642 ; Commissioner for Newbury 1642. 

2. Daniel Curtis Daggett, 1828-1883. Mary Elizabeth Brown, 

1833-1873. 

3. Charles Brown, 1801-1864. Lydia Flanders, 1800-1884. 

4. James Brown, 1770-1831. Abigail Swett, 1774-1858. 

5. Eliphalet Swett, 1715-.... Marian Lowell, 1735-.... 

6. Benjamin Swett, 1688- Mary Wheeler, 1686- 

7. Joseph Wheeler, 1656-1685. Sarah Badger, 1667-.... 

8. John Badger, 1643-1691. Elizabeth -1669. 

9. Giles Badger -1647. Elizabeth Greenleaf, 1622-.... 

10. Lieut. Edmund Greenleaf, 1600-1671. Sarah Dole -.... 

ii. Seventh in descent from John Badger of New- 
bury Mass. Served in Capt. John March's Co. Essex 
North Regt. in expedition to Canada 1690. 

For line of descent see Lieut. Edmund Greenleaf (No. 10). 

12. Seventh in descent from Stephen Swett of New- 
bury, Mass. Member of Maj. Samuel Appleton's Co. in 
King Philip's War. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Lieut. Edmund Greenleaf (No. 10). 

7. John Swett, 1648-1670. Mary Plummer, 1650-.... 

8. Stephen Swett, 1620-.... Hannah Merrill -1662. 

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13. Sixth in descent from Gideon Lowell of Newbury, 
Mass. Member of Newbury Co. under Capt. Thomas 
Noyes 1688. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Lieut. Edmund Greenleaf (No. 10). 

6. Stephen Lowell, 1704-.... Marian Collins, 1706-.... 

7. Gideon Lowell, 1672-1751. Mary Swett, 1671-1734. 

14. Seventh in descent from Samuel Plummer of 
Newbury, Mass. Deputy from Newbury 1676. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Lieut. Edmund Greenleaf (No 10) 

7. John Swett, 1648-1670. Mary Plummer, 1650-.... 

8. Samuel Plummer, 1619-1702. Mary -.... 

15. Ninth in descent from Sergt. John Hoyt of Salis- 
bury, Mass. Sergt. of the Salisbury Co. 1658. 

2. Daniel Curtis Daggett, 1828-1883. Mary Elizabeth Brown, 1833- 

1873. 

3. Charles Brown, 1801-1864. Lydia Flanders, 1800-1884. 

4. Paul Flanders, 1760-1845. Ann Merrill, 1769-1855. 

5. Timothy Flanders, 1732-.... Elizabeth Fitts, ......... 

6. Jedediah Flanders, 1705- Elinor Barnard, 1706- 

7. Daniel Flanders, 1675-1735. Sarah Coleby - 

8. John Coleby, 1656-1719. Sarah Eldridge -1700. 

9. John Coleby, 1633-.... Frances Hoyt, 1636-.... 

10. Sergt. John Hoyt, 1610-1696. Frances -1642. 

1 6. Seventh in descent from John Coleby of Ames- 
bury, Mass. Served under Capt. William Turner at the 
"Fall's Fight" May 19th, 1676. 

For line of descent see Sergt. John Hoyt (No. 15). 

17. Seventh in descent from Thomas Barnard of 
Amesbury, Mass. Served under Capt. William Turner 
at the "Falls Fight" May 19th, 1676. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Sergt. John Hoyt (No. 15). 

7. Samuel Barnard, 1673-1748. Ann Currier - 

8. Thomas Barnard, 1641-1715. Sarah Peasely, 1642-1718. 

18. Sixth in descent from Samuel Barnard of Ames- 
bury, Mass. Served under Capt. Thomas Harvey in the 
Amesbury Co. of "Snow Shoe Men" 1708. 

For line of descent see Thomas Barnard (No. 17). 

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ig. Eighth in descent from Richard Currier of Ames- 
bury, Mass. Served in King Philip's War and received 
a grant of land for his service. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Sergt. John Hoyt (No. 15). 

7. Samuel Barnard, 1673-1748. Ann Currier, - 

8. Thomas Currier, 1646-1712. Mary Osgood, 1650-1705. 

9. Richard Currier, 1616-1687. Ann , ....-1676. 

20. Seventh in descent from Abraham Fitts of Ips- 
wich, Mass. Member of Major Samuel Appleton's Co. 
in King Philip's War. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Sergt. John Hoyt (No. 15). 

6. Richard Pitts, 1705-1791. Sarah Brown, 1708-1754. 

7. Richard Fitts, 1672-1744. Sarah Thorne -1713. 

8. Abraham Fitts -1692. Rebecca Burley -1709. 

2i. Seventh in descent from Sergt. Ephraim Brown 
of Salisbury, Mass. Served in Military Co. raised in 
Salisbury, Amesbury and Bradford, 1688. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Sergt. John Hoyt (No. 15). 

6. Richard Fitts, 1705-1791. Sarah Brown, 1708-1754. 

7. Ephraim Brown, 1680-1752. Dydia Eastman, 1683-1722. 

8. Sergt. Ephraim Brown, 1650-1693. Sarah - 



22. Seventii in descent from Daniel Merrill of New- 
bury and Salisbury, Mass. Member of Newbury Co. 
under Capt. Thomas Noyes 1688; Member of Lieut. Col. 
Thomas Noyes Co. of "Snow Shoe Men" 1706. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Sergt. John Hoyt (No. 15). 

5. Daniel Merrill, 1734-1788. Mollie O. Silloway -.... 

6. Daniel Merrill, 1696-1784. Sarah Moore, 1704-.... 

7. Daniel Merrill, 1671-.... Esther Chase, 1674-.... 

8. Daniel Merrill, 1642-1717. Sarah Clough, 1646-1706. 

23. Seventh in descent from Sergt. Aquilla Chase of 
Newbury, Mass. Member of Newbury Co. under Capt. 
Thomas Noyes 1688. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Daniel Merrill (No. 22). 
8. Sergt. Aquilla Chase, 1652-1720. Esther Bond, 1655-.... 

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24. Sixth in descent from Jonathan Moore of New 
bury, Mass. Member of Lieut Col. Thomas Noyes Co. 
of Newbury 1707. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Daniel Merrill (No. 22). 
7. Jonathan Moore, 1681- Elizabeth , - 



DOBBIN, EDWARD SAVAGE. (Soc. No. 71.) 
Faribault, Minn. 
Born May 14th, 1875, in Faribault, Minnesota. 
Unmarried. 

2. James Dobbin, 1833- Elizabeth L. Bacon, 1837- 

3. Nathaniel Bacon, 1801-1873. Jane Savage Sweatman, 1801-1841. 

4. David Bacon, 1760- Hannah Tarbox - 

5. Nathaniel Bacon, 1729-.... Ann Lattimer, 1734-.... 

6. Nathaniel Bacon, 1707-.... Esther Hubbard, ....-1742. 

7. Nathaniel Bacon, 1674-1759. Hannah Wetmore, -1722. 

Sixth in descent from Lieut. Nathaniel Bacon, of Mid- 
dletown, Conn. At the session of the General Court of 
Conn, held in October, 1728, he was appointed Lieut, of 
the Train Band in Middletown; Deputy from Mid- 
dletown in 1734. 



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EBERLEIN, CHARLES WOOD. (Soc. No. 126) 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Born October 3rd, 1863, in McConnelsville, Ohio. 
Unmarried. 

2. Adam L. Eberlein, 1823-1892. Eliza Turner Wood. 1826-.... 

3. Frederick Wood, 1797-1835. Eliza Kenner Turner, 1799-1890. 
i. Charles Turner, 1762-1802; Rebecca Kenner, 1773-1851. 

5. Col. Rodham Kenner, 1740-1783. Elizabeth Plater, 1750-1805. 

6. Col. George Plater -1750. Rebecca Bowles, - 

Fifth in descent from Col. George Plater of Maryland. 
A member of the Council of State ; Naval Officer of the 
Patuxent and Secretary of the Province of Maryland. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

1. Ninth in descent from Sergt. John Perkins of Ips- 
wich, Mass. Sergt. of the allied English and friendly 
Indian forces during the war with Tarratines 1631 ; 
"freed from ordinary training" in March, 1650, being 
above 60 years of age ; Deputy from Ipswich 1636. 

2. Adam L,. Eberlein, 1823-1892. Eliza Turner Wood, 1826- 

3. Frederick Wood, 1797-1835. Eliza Kenner Turner, 1799-1890. 

4. William Wood, 1766-1806. Mary Hoyt, 1761-1828. 

5. Moses Hoyt, 1716-1764. Anne (Colby) Nelson, 1719-1800. 

6. Ambrose Colby, 1700- Elizabeth Lawrence, 1702- 

7. Samuel Colby, Jr., 1671-.... Dorothy , ......... 

8. Samuel Colby, Sr., 1638-1716. Elizabeth Sargent, 1648-1737. 

9. William Sargent -1674. Judith Perkins, 1618-.... 

10. Sergt. John Perkins, 1590-1C54. Judith , .:..-.... 

2. Seventh in descent from Samuel Colby, Sr., of 
Amesbury, Mass. Served under Capt. Turner in King- 
Philip's War and took part in the "Fall's Fight" May 
19th, 1676; Deputy from Amesbury 1689. 

For line of descent see Sergt. John Perkins (No. 1). 

3. Fourth in descent from Moses Hoyt of Newbury, 
Mass. Served in expedition against Louisburg 1745 and 
died in 1764 from wounds received in that .campaign : 

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received a grant of money from the General Court for 
his services. 

For line of descent see Sergt. John Perkins (No. 1). 

4. Seventh in descent from Sergt. John Hoyt of Salis- 
bury, Mass. Sergt. of the Salisbury Military Company 
1658. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Sergt. John Perkins (No. 1). 

6. Joseph Hoyt, 1GSG-1720. Dorothy Worthen -.... 

7. John Hoyt, Jr., 1638-1696. Mary Barnes, ......... 

8. Sergt. John Hoyt, 1610-1696. Prances -1642. 

5. Sixth in descent from John Hoyt, Jr., of Ames- 
bury, Mass. Member of Amesbury Military Company 
1680; killed by Indians at Andover 1696. 

For line of descent see Sergt. John Hoyt (No. 4). 

6. Eighth in descent from John Coolidge of Water- 
town, Mass. Deputy from Watertown 1658. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Sergt. John Perkins (No. 1). 

7. Benjamin Lawrence, 1666- Ann (Coolidge) Phillips - 

8. Nathaniel Coolidge - Mary Bright, 1639- 

'9. John Coolidge, ....-1691. Mary -.... 

7. Eighth in descent from Sergt. Henry Bright of 
Watertown, Mass. Surveyor of Arms and Ammunition 
in Watertown 1640; Sergt. of the Watertown Military 
Company 1664. 

2 to 8, same as descent from John Coolidge (No. 6). 

9. Sergt. Henry Bright, 1602-1686. Anne Goldstone, 1615-.... 

8. Eighth in descent from Capt. Richard Kenner of 
Northumberland County, Va. Member of the House of 
Burgesses from Northumberland County 1688-91. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Sergt. John Perkins (No. 1). 

4. Charles Turner, 1762-1802. Rebecca Kenner, 1773-1851. 

5. Col. Rodham Kenner, 1740-1777. Elizabeth Plater, 1744-1803. 

6. Rodham Kenner -1743. Susanna Opie, 1713-1749. 

7. Richard Kenner, — -1725. Elizabeth Winder, 1691- 

8. Capt. Rodham Kenner, 1671-1706. Hannah Fox, 1671- 

9. Capt. Richard Kenner, -1691. Eliza Rodham - 

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9- Seventh in descent from Capt. Rodham Kenner of 
Northumberland County Va. Member of the House of 
Burgesses from Northumberland County 1695-96-97. 

For line of descent see Capt. Richard Kenner (No. 8). 

10. Fourth in descent from Col. Rodham Kenner of 
Northumberland County, Va. Member from Northum- 
berland County of the House of Burgesses and Virginia 
Conventions 1774-75-76; 10th signer of the Westmore- 
land Protest against the Stamp Act, Feb. 27th, 1766. 

For line of descent see Capt. Richard Kenner (No. 8). 

11. Ninth in descent from Col. William Claiborne of 
King William County, Va. An account of his life and 
public services will be found later in this volume. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Capt. Richard Kenner (No. 8). 

8. Capt. Thomas Winder - Elizabeth Brereton, - 

9. Col. Thomas Brereton -1688. Jane Claiborne, -1671. 

10. Col. William Claiborne, 1587-1676. Jane Buller, - 

12. Eighth in descent from Col. Thomas Brereton of 
Northumberland County, Va. Member of the House of 
Burgesses from Northumberland County 1680; Chief 
Military Officer of the county 1680. 

For line of descent see Col. William Claiborne (No. 11). 

13. Ninth in descent from Col. William Ball of Lan- 
caster County, Va. Empowered by Virginia Assembly 
1676 to impress men, horses, provisions, etc., for defense 
of the county against the Indians; commissioned Civil 
and Military officer of Lancaster County, Va., by the 

King in 1680. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Capt. Richard Kenner (No. 8). 
9. Capt. David Fox, 1647-.... Hannah Ball, 1650-.... 
10. Col. William Ball. 1615-1680. Hannah Atherold -.... 

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14. Eighth in descent from Capt. David Fox of Lan- 
caster County, Va. Chief Military officer of Lancaster 
County 1680; Member of the House of Burgesses from 
Lancaster County 1677-80-92-93. 

2 to S, same as descent from Capt. Richard Kenner (No. 8). 
9. Capt. David Fox, 1647-.... Hannah Ball, 1650-.... 

15. Seventh in descent from Josiah Wood of Charles- 
town, Mass. Served under Capt. John Cutler in King 
Philip's War. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Sergt. John Perkins (No. 1). 

5. Thomas Wood, Jr., 1740-1814. Mary Davenport, 1746-1795. 

6. Thomas Wood, 1708-.... Rebecca Osborne, 1711-1801. 

7. Joseph Wood, 1674-1743. Mary Blaney, 1679-1743. 

8. Josiah Wood, 1629-1691. Lydia Bacon, 1638-1712. 

16. Sixth in descent from Sergt. James Davenport of 
Dorchester, Mass. Member of Ancient and Honorable 
Artillery Company 1727; 1st Sergt. of the Company 1732. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Sergt. John Perkins (No. 1). 

5. Thomas Wood, 1740-1814. Mary Davenport, 1746-1795. 

6. Capt. William Davenport, 1717-1773. Sarah Gerrish, 1716-1802. 

7. Sergt. James Davenport, 1693-1759. Grace Tileston, 1694-1721. 

17. Fifth in descent from Capt. William Davenport 
of Newburyport, Mass. Capt. of the company in expe- 
dition against Quebec 1759; was with his company on 
the Plains of Abraham, Sept. 13th ,1759, and was pres- 
ent at the surrender of Quebec a few days later. In 
March 1760 he enlisted men "for the reduction of Can- 
ada." 

For line of descent see Sergt. James Davenport (No. 16). 



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EDWARDS, EDWARD JUNIUS. (Soc. No. 13). 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Born Feb. 27th, 1854, in Oquawka, 111. 
Married Mary Jordan Jan. 1, 1877. 

2. John Edwards, 1814-1896. Nancy Stockton, 1828-.... 

3. Israel Farnsworth Stockton, 1778-1859. Sally Hall Lord, 1789- 
1864. 

4. Richard Stockton, 1739-1814. Sarah Stockton, 1745-1813. 

5. Joseph Stockton, -1741. Mary Farnsworth - — 

6. Job Stockton -1732. Anna Petty -1746. 

7. Lieut. Richard Stockton, 1606-1707. Abigail -1714. 

Sixth in descent from Lieut. Richard Stockton of 
Flushing, L. I. Commissioned Lieut, of Flushing Horse 
Guards April 22nd, 1655. 



SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Eighth in descent from Governor John Haynes of 
Boston, Mass., and Hartford, Conn. Assistant and Gov- 
ernor of Massachusetts Bay Colony 1635; President of 
first General Court of Conn. 1637; first Governor 
of Conn. 1639 and every alternate year until 1654 ; Lieut. 
Governor of Conn, for five years between 1640 and 1652 ; 
Commissioner of United Colonies 1650; Served as Col. 
of Massachusetts Reg. in Pequot War. 

2. John Edwards, 1814-1896. Nancy Stockton, 1828-.... 

3. Israel Farnsworth Stockton, 1788-1859. Sally Hall Lord, 1789- 
1864. 

4. William Lord, 1763-1820. Lydia Durkee, 1759-1820. 

5. Ebenezer Lord, 1730-1800. Temperance Edgerton, 1738-1804. 

6. Rev. Benjamin Lord, D. D., 1694-1784. Anne Taylor, 1696-1748. 

7. Rev. Edward Taylor, 1642-1729. Ruth Wyllys -1730. 

8. Samuel Wyllys, 1632-1709. Ruth Haynes, 1639-.... 

9. Governor John Haynes, 1594-1654. Mable Harlackenden, 1614- 



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2. Eighth in descent from Gov. George Wyllys of 
Hartford, Conn. Trooper in the Pequot War; Assist- 
ant 1639 > Deputy Governor of Conn. 1641 and Governor 
1642. 

2 to 8 same as descent from John Haynes (No. 1). 

9. Gov. George Wyllys, -1645. Mary , — - — 

3. Seventh in descent from Honorable Samuel Wyllys 
of Hartford, Conn. Assistant from 1654 to 1685; Com- 
missioner of the United Colonies from Conn. 1661-62-64- 
67 ; Patentee of Conn, and trooper of First Conn. Cav. 

For line of descent see Gov. George Wyllys (No. 2). 

4. Ninth in descent from John Brown of Plymouth, 
and Swansea, Mass. One of the Duxbury Co. com- 
manded by Miles Standish ; Commissioner of the United 
Colonies from 1644 to 1646; Member of the Council of 
War of Plymouth Colony 1642-46-53; Assistant 17 years 
from 1636 to 1653. 

2 to 6 same as descent from John Haynes (No. 1). 

7. Benjamin Lord, 1667-1714. Elizabeth Pratt, 1673-1714. 

8. William Lord. 1023-1678. Lydia Brown -.... 

9. John Brown, Jr -1679 Buckland, - 

10. John Brown, ....-1662. Dorothy 1584-1674. 

5. Sixth in descent from Benjamin Lord of Saybrook, 
Conn. Deputy from Saybrook 1709-10. 

For line of descent see John Brown (No. 4). 

6. Eighth in descent from Lieut. William Pratt of 
Cambridge, Mass., and Hartford and Saybrook, Conn. 
Deputy from Saybrook 21 times between 1666 and 1678. 
In 1661 he was appointed Lieut, of the Train Band of 
Saybrook ; a Member of the Hartford Co. in the Pequot 
War ; Served in Council of War. 

2 to 6, same as descent from John Haynes (No. 1). 

7. Benjamin Lord, 1667-1714. Elizabeth Pratt, 1673-1714. 

8. Ensign John Pratt, 1644-1726. Sarah Jones, - 

9. Lieut. William Pratt, 1600-1678. Elizabeth Clark -.... 

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7. Seventh in descent from Ensign John Pratt of 
Saybrook, Conn. Ensign of the Train Band of Say- 
brook 1684; Deputy from Saybrook 1684-89-91. 

For line of descent see Lieut. William Pratt (No. 6). 

8. Ninth in descent from John Clark of Cambridge, 
Mass., and Hartford, Milford and Saybrook, Conn. 
Member of the Hartford Co. which served in the expedi- 
tion against the Pequots 1637; Deputy from Saybrook 
nearly every session from 1641 to 1664; Deputy from 
Milford 1665; named as patentee in Conn. Royal Char- 
ter. 

2 to 9 same as descent from Lieut. William Pratt (No. 6). 
10. John Clark -1673. 

9. Seventh in descent from Ensign Gabriel Harris of 
New London, Conn. Ensign New London Train Band 
1665. 

2 to 5 same as descent from John Haynes (No. 1). 

6. Lieut. John Edgerton, 1690- — Phebe (Harris) (Crank) (Pren- 
tice) 

7. Lieut. Joseph Harris, 1673- Mary Stevens, 1677- 

8. Ensign Gabriel Harris -1684. Elizabeth Abbott -1702. 

10. Sixth in descent from Lieut. Joseph Harris of 
New London, Conn. Ensign of North Co. New Lon- 
don 1708; Lieut. 1721; Member of Governor's Council 
1719. 

For line of descent see Ensign Gabriel Harris (No. 9). 

11. Fifth in descent from Lieut. John Edgerton of 
Norwich, Conn. Ensign of the Second Norwich Train 
Band 1724; Lieut. 1725. 

For line of descent see Ensign Gabriel Harris (No. 9). 

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12. Eighth in descent from Robert Cross of Ipswich, 
Mass. Served in Pequot War and received a grant of 
land for his services. 

2 to 4 same as descent from John Haynes (No. 1). 

5. Jeremiah Durkee, 1727-1775. Abigail Adams, 1726-.... 

6. Dea. William Durkee, 1700-1753. Susanna Sabin, 1704-1735. 

7. Dea. John Durkee, 1664-.... Elizabeth -17U. 

8. William Durkee, 1630-.... Martha Cross, ....-1727. 

9. Robert Cross - , - — 

13. Eighth in descent from William Sabin of Reho- 
both, Mass. Deputy from Rehoboth 1657-59-60-61-70- 
71. 

2 to 6 same as descent from Robert Cross (No. 12). 

7. Ensign Ebenezer Sabin, 1671-1739. Susanna - 

8. Benjamin Sabin, 1644-.... Sarah Polly, 1650-1678. 

9. William Sabin -1687. , ....-1660. 

14. Seventh in descent from Benjamin Sabin of Re- 
hoboth and Roxbury, Mass., and Woodstock and Pom- 
fret, Conn. Deputy from Pomfret 1719-23. 

For line of descent see William Sabin (No. 13). 

15. Sixth in descent from Ensign Ebenezer Sabin oi 
Rehoboth, Mass., and Woodstock and Pomfret, Conn. 
Served as Ensign in expedition against Canada 1700; 
Deputy from Pomfret 1719. 

For line of descent see William Sabin (No. 13). 

16. Seventh in descent from Lieut. Thomas Adams of 
Braintree and Concord, Mass. Chief Sergt. of Concord 
Train Band 1660; Ensign 1678; Lieut. 1682; served in 
King Philip's War in Capt. Samuel Adams Co.; Com- 
missioner 1661-1674. 

2 to 5 same as descent from Robert Cross (No. 12). 

6. Thomas Adams, 1688-.... Abigail Davenport, 1693-1733. 

7. Samuel Adams, 1652, - Mary -1718. 

8. IJeut. Thomas Adams, 1612-1688. Mary Blaekmore, 1612-1694. 

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ly. Sixth in descent from Samuel Adams of Chelms- 
ford, Mass., and Canterbury, Conn. Deputy from Can- 
terbury 1711-13-14-15-16-17. 

For line of descent see Lieut. Thomas Adams (No. 16). 

18. Seventh in descent from Quartermaster John 
Smith of Dorchester, Mass. Quartermaster of Suffolk 
Reg. 1652. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Lieut. Thomas Adams (No. 16). 

7. Ensign Charles Davenport, 1652-1720. Waitstill Smith, 1659- 
1747. 

8. Quartermaster John Smith, - Katherine - 



19. Sixth in descent from Ensign Charles Davenport 
of Dorchester, Mass. Ensign of Dorchester Train Band. 

2 to 6 same as descent from Lieut. Thomas Adams (No. 16). 
7. Ensign Charles Davenport, 1652-1720. "Waitstill Smith, 1659- 
1747. 



FARRINGTON, ROBERT IRVING. (Soc. No. 52). 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Born September 5th, 1861, in Providence, R. I. 
Married Caroline Boswell Burger Dec. 1st, 1885. 

2. Preston Metcalf Farrington, 1825- — Caroline Thayer, 1828-.... 

3. Nathan Farrington, 1793-1879. Julia Ann Merrifleld, 1793-1865. 

4. John Merrifleld, 1749-1828. Molly Metcalf, 1758-1817. 

5. Michael Metcalf, 1719-1774 Hannah Adams, 1721-1789. 

6. Michael Metcalf, 1687-1754. Abiel Colburn, 1694-1776. 

7. Eleazer Metcalf, 1653-1742. Melatiah Fisher, 1667-1742. 

8. Samuel Fisher -1704. Melatiah Snow, 1638-1693. 

Seventh in descent from Samuel Fisher of Wrentham, 
Mass. Deputy from Wrentham 1689 to 1692. 

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SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Sixth in descent from Ensign Eleaser Met calf of 
•Dedham and Wrentham, Mass. Appointed Ensign of 
the Wrentham Co. July 5th, 1689. 

For line of descent see Samuel Fisher. 

2. Sixth in descent from Samuel Colbum of Dedham, 
Mass. Served in King Philip's War 1675 as a private in 
Capt. Samuel Moseley's Co. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Samuel Fisher. 

7. Samuel Colbum, 1655-1694. Mercy Partridge, ....-1726. 



FIELD, JOHN IRELAND HOWE. (Soc. No. 97). 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Born November 22nd, 1868, in Westchester Co,, N. Y. 
Married Carolyn Sarah (South worth) Field April 27th, 
1893- 

2. Elbert Field, 1833-1889. Lydia Purdy Howe, 1839-.... 

3. William Howe, 1807-1889. Lydia Purdy, 1808-1873. 

4. Isaac Purdy -.... Lydia Clift, 1779-1808. 

5. Lemuel Clift, 1755-1781. Sarah Hall, ......... 

6. Samuel Clift, ......... Lydia Daggett, 1712-1790. 

7. Samuel C. Daggett, 1685-1745. Bethia Waterman, 1687-1746. 

8. Joseph Waterman, 1639-1665. Sarah Snow - 

9. Anthony Snow, - Abigail Warren, - 

Eighth in descent from Anthony Snow of Marshfield, 
Mass. Deputy from Marshfield 1656 and many times 
thereafter until 1678. Deputy from Plymouth 1679-80- 
81. 



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FIELD, THADDEUS CRANE. (Soc. No. in). 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Born November ist, 1836 in Westchester County, N. Y. 
Married Julia Ingersoll March 3d, 1859. 

2. Oliver Field, 1808-1840. Lydia Crane, 1813-1891. 

3. Thaddeus Crane, 1779-1849. Charlotte Titus, 1781-1825. 

4. John Titus, 1752-1830. Sarah Norton, ....-1793. 

5. Capt. John Titus, 1684-1754. Martha (Oldfleld) Huggins -.... 

6. Abiel Titus 1641-1737 Scudder -.... 

7. Robert Titus. 1600-.... Hannah , ....-1679. 

Sixth in descent from Robert Titus of Rehoboth, Mass. 
Deputy from Rehoboth 1648-49-50. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

1. Fourth in descent from Capt. John Titus of Hunt- 
ington, L. I. Capt. of the Second Huntington Company 
1722. 

For line of descent see Robert Titus. 

2. Seventh in descent from Edivard Griswold of 
Windsor and Killingworth, Conn. Deputy from Wind- 
sor 1656-58-59-60-62; Deputy from Killingworth con- 
stantly between 1667 and 1689. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Robert Titus. 

4. Thaddeus Crane - Lydia Read Baxter - 

5. Joseph Crane, - — Mary Couch - — 

6. Lieut. Jonathan Crane, 1658-1735. Deborah Griswold, 1661-1704. 

7. Lieut. Francis Griswold, 1635-1671. 

8. Edward Griswold, 1607-.... Margaret , 

3. Sixth in descent from Lieut. Francis Griswold of 
Norwich, Conn. Lieut, of the Norwich Train Band 
1665-66; Deputy from Norwich 1664-65-66-67-68-71. 

For line of descent see Edward Griswold (No. 2). 

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4. Fifth in descent from Lieut Jonathan Crane of 
Windham, Conn. Ensign at Windham 1695; Lieut. 
1703; Deputy from Windham many times between 1701 
and 1722. 

For line of descent see Edward Griswold (No. 2). 

5. Fourth in descent from Joseph Crane of North 
Salem N. Y. Served in Capt. Nathaniel Richards' Co. in 
expedition against Canada 1746. 

For line of descent see Edward Griswold (No. 2). 

6. Fifth in descent from Capt. Samuel Couch, of 
Fairfield, Conn. Lieut, at Fairfield 1709; Capt. 1710; 
Deputy from Fairfield 1710- 12-20-33-34. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Edward Griswold (No. 2). 
8. Capt. Samuel Couch -1741. 

7. Seventh in descent from Lieut. Robert Feakes of 
Watertown, Mass. Lieut, in Capt. Patrick's Company 
of Colonial forces 1632; Deputy from Watertown 1634- 
35-36. 

2. Oliver Field, 1808-1840. Lydia Crane, 1813-1891. 

3. William Van Wyck Field, 1767-1843. Sybilla Aiken, 1767-.... 

4. William Field - Hannah Van Wyck, - — 

5. Samuel Field, 1696-1788. Mary Palmer -.... 

6. Benjamin Field, ....-1732. Hannah Bourne, 1665-1705. 

7. John Bourne, 1627-1695. Hannah Feakes, -1677. 

8. Robert Feakes 1663. Elizabeth Fones -.... 

8. Fifth in descent from Benjamin Field of Flush- 
ing, L. I. A member of Capt. Jonathan Wright's Co. at 
Flushing 171 5. 

For line of descent see Lieut. Robert Feakes (No. 7). 

9. Fourth in descent from Samuel Field of Flushing, 
L. I. Member of Capt. Jonathan Wright's Co. at Flush- 
ing 1715. 

For line of descent see Lieut. Robert Feakes (No. 7).' 

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io. Seventh in descent from John Briggs of Ports- 
mouth, R. I. Assistant 1648; Commissioner for Ports- 
mouth 1654-55-56-61 ; Deputy from Portsmouth 1664-65- 
66-68-69. 

2 anfl 3, same as descent from Lieut. Robert Feakes (No. 7). 

4. Jonathan Aiken - Lillian Ferris - 

5. David Aiken, 1680- Sarah Allen -.... 

6. John Aiken, 1663-1746. Mary Briggs, 1671-.... 

7. Thomas Briggs -1720. Mary Fisher -1717. 

8. John Briggs, 1609-1690. 

11. Sixth in descent from Thomas Briggs of Dart- 
mouth, Mass. Member of Capt. Peleg Sanford's Troop 
of Horse 1667. 

For line of descent see John Briggs (No. 10). 

12. Seventh in descent from Edward Fisher of Ports- 
mouth, R. I. Commissioner from Portsmouth 1660 ; 
Deputy from Portsmouth 1671-72. 

2 to 7, same as descent from John Briggs (No. 10). 
8. Edward Fisher -1677. Judith , ....1683. 



FLETCHER, PARIS. (Soc. No. 79). 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Born July 7th, 1863, at Bridport, Vermont. 
Married Carolyn Gates June 19th, 1889. 

2. Albert A. Fletcher, 1835-.... Delia G. Murray, 1836-.... 

3. Paris Fletcher, 1794- Anna Miner, 1794- 

4. Benjamin Miner, Jr., 1767- Polly Hemenway, 1772- 

5. Capt. Benjamin Miner, 1742- Anna Champlln, 1745- 

6. Joseph Champlin, 1709- Rebecca Chesebrough - 

7. Capt. Christopher Champlin, Jr., 1684-1734. Elizabeth Denison 

1689-1769. 

8. George Denison, Jr., 1653-17U. Mercy Gorham, 1659-1725. 

9. Capt. George Denison, 1620-1694. Ann Borodell, 1615-1712. 

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Eighth in descent from Capt. George Denison of Ston- 
ington, Conn. Capt. in the New London Co. Forces in 
King Philip's War and served under Maj. John Mason 
and Maj. Talcott. In the "Great Swamp Fight" Dec. 
19th, 1675, he was second in command to Maj. Robert 
Treat; served also on the frontier and captured the In- 
dian Chief Canonchet ; Assistant and Deputy from Ston- 
ington for 15 sessions. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Ninth in descent from John Howland of Plymouth, 
Mass. One of the Mayflower passengers and the 13th 
signer of the Compact. He took part in the "First En- 
counter" with the Indians at Great Meadow Creek Dec. 
8th, 1620; Assistant to Governor Winthrop 1633-35; 
Deputy 1641 and later; Commander of the Kennebec 
trading post 1634. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Capt. George Denison. 

9. Capt. John Gorham, 1621-1676. Desire Howland -.... 

10. John Howland, 1593-1673. Elizabeth Tilly -.... 



2. Eighth in descent from Capt. John Gorham of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. Capt of the Second Plymouth Co. and 
commanded this Co. in the "Great Swamp Fight" Dec. 
19th, 1675 ; died of fever in the service at Swansea Feb. 
5th, 1676. 

For line of descent see John Howland (No. 1). 

3. Eighth in descent from Capt. Thomas Miner of 
Stonington, Conn. Deputy from Stonington six times 

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between 1665 and 1680 ; in command of the troops at Mys- 
tic, Conn., 1665 ; Deputy from Pequot 1650. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Capt. George Denlson. 

6. Clement Miner, 1706-.... Abigail Hemstead -.... 

7. Benjamin Miner, 1673-1710. Mary Saxton, 1681-1750. 

8. Joseph Miner, 1644-1711. Marcia Greenslade Avery, 1648- — 

9. Capt. Thomas Miner, 1607-1690. Grace Palmer -.... 

4. Eighth in descent from Capt. James Avery of 
Stonington, New London and Lyme, Conn. Ensign, 
Lieut, and Capt. of the New London Co. and served in 
the "Great Swamp Fight" 1675 and throughout King 
Philip's War ; Deputy from 1658 to 1680. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Capt. Thomas Miner (No. 3). 
9. Capt. James Avery, 1620-1694. Joanna Greenslade, - 



5. Seventh in descent from Capt. Joseph Saxton of 
New London, Conn. Served under Capt. Moseley 1675, 
and after his death under Lieut. Nathaniel Reynolds: 
Capt. of Militia later. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Capt. Thomas Miner No. 3). 
8. Capt. Joseph Saxton, 1656-1715. Hannah Denlson Chese- 
brough,, 1643- 



FRAZER, SHELDON LORD. (Soc No. 40). 

Duluth, Minn. 

Born October 8th, 1845, in Steubenville, Ohio. 
Married Elsie McDowell Backus October 29, 1874. 

2. Abner Lord Frazer, 1821- Martha Johnstone McDowell, 

1823-1894. 

3. Eliphalet Frazer, - Betsey Lord, 1784- 

4. Abner Lord, Jr., 1760-1821. Mary Selden, 1761-1800. 

5. Capt. Abner Lord, 1733-1790. Temperance Colt, 1731-1797. 

6. Thomas Lord, Jr., 1694- Esther Marvin, 1707-1792. 

7. Capt. Reinold Marvin, 1669-1737. Phoebe Lee, 1677-1707. 

8. Lieut. Reinold Marvin, 1633-1676. Sarah Clark, 1644-1716. 

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Seventh in descent from Lieut. Reinold Marvin of 
Lyme and Saybrook, Conn. Deputy from Lyme 1670 
and from 1672 to 1676; Sergt. of the Saybrook Train 
Band 1661 and afterwards Lieut, of the same. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Eighth in descent from William Peck of New 
Haven, Conn. One of the original proprietors of New 
Haven; Deacon from 1659 to 1694; Deputy from New 
Haven. 

2, 3 and i same as descent from Lieut. Reinold Marvin. 

5. Col. Samuel Selden, 1723-1777. Elizabeth Ely, 1724-.... 

6. Richard Ely 3rd, 1697-1777. Elizabeth Peck, 1705-1730. 

7. Samuel Peck, 1678-1735. Elizabeth Lee, 1681-1731. 

8. Joseph Peck, 1641-1718. Sarah 1636-1726. 

9. William Peck, 1601-1691 Elizabeth -1683. 

2. Seventh in descent from Joseph Peck of Lyme, 
Conn. Ensign of Lyme Train Band 1678; Deputy from 
Lyme many times between 1690 and 1710. 

For line of descent see Wiliam Peck (No. 1). 

3. Fifth in descent from Richard Ely 3rd of New 
Haven and Hartford, Conn. Ensign of New Haven Co. 
1723; Lieut. 1728; Capt. of Hartford Co. 1733. 

For line of descent see Wiliam Peck (No. 1). 

4. Fourth in descent from Col. Samuel Selden of 
Lyme, Conn. Major 3rd Battalion of Militia 1774; Col. 
1776; Col. 4th Battalion at later date; Deputy from Lyme 
from 1762 until 1776. 

For line of descent see Wiliam Peck (No. 1). 

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5. Sixth in descent from Joseph Selden of Hartford 
and Lyme, Conn. Served under Capt. William Turner 
in King Philip's War and took part in the Fall's Fight 
May 19th, 1676. 

2, 3 and 4 same as descent from Lieut. Reinold Marvin. 

5. Col. Samuel Selden, 1723-1776. Elizabeth Ely, 1724-.... 

6. Capt. Samuel Selden, 1695-1745. Deborah Dudley, 1701-1800. 

7. Joseph Selden, 1651-1724. Rebecca Church, 1665-1729. 

6. Fifth in descent from Capt. Samuel Selden of 
Lyme, Conn. Lieut. 1738; Capt. 1740; Deputy from 
Lyme 1744. 

For line of descent see Joseph Selden (No. 5). 

7. Eighth in descent from George Clark of Milford, 
Conn. One of the original proprietors of Milford and 
deputy 1666; was also Ensign of the Train Band. 

2 to 8 same as descent from Lieut. Reinold Marvin. 
9. George Clark, 1610-1690. 

8. Sixth in descent from Richard Ely 2nd of Lyme, 
Conn. Deputy from Lyme many times between 1719 
and 1737. 

For line of descent see Lieut. Reinold Marvin. 

9. Ninth in descent from John Clark of Hartford 
and Milford, Conn. Served in Pequot War; Deputy 
from Hartford many times between 1641 and 1665 ; one 
of the patentees named in Connecticut Royal Charter; 
Deputy from Milford many times. 

2, 3 and 4 same as descent from Lieut. Reinold Marvin. 

5. Col. Samuel Selden, 1723-1776. Elizabeth Ely, 1724-.... 

6. Capt. Samuel Selden, 1695-1745. Deborah Dudley, 1701-1800. 

7. Joseph Dudley, 1643-.... Sarah Pratt, 1680-.... 

8. John Pratt, 1644-1726. Sarah Jones -.... 

9. Lieut. William Pratt, 1600-1678. Elizabeth Clark -.... 

10. John Clark, ......... 

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io. Eighth in descent from Lieut. William Pratt of 
Saybrook, Conn. Served in the Hartford Co. during 
the Pequot War; appointed Lieut, of the Saybrook Co. 
in 1661 and was Lieut, of the same Co. during King 
Philip's War; Deputy for 13 years between 1666 and 
1678. 

For line of descent see John Clark (No. 9). 

ii. Seventh in descent from Ensign Thomas Lee of 
Hartford, Conn. Ensign 1676; Sergt. 1685; Deputy 
from Hartford 1676 and 1685. 

2 to 6 same as descent from Lieut. Reinold Marvin. 

7. Thomas Lord, 1645-1730. Mary Lee, 1CT0-.... 

8. Ensign Thomas Lee -1705. Sarah Kirtland, 1646- 

12. Seventh in descent from Andrew Warner of Had- 
ley, Mass. Member of Capt. Richard Lord's first Troop 
of Horse, also member of Hampshire Troop of Horse of 

Hadley, Mass., 1663. 

2. Abner Lord Frazer, 1821- Martha Johnstone McDowell, 

1823-1893. 

3. Alexander Johnstone McDowell, 1788-1872. Mary Sheldon, 
1767-1835. 

4. Joseph Sheldon, 1729-1814. Sarah Collyer -.... 

5. Isaac Sheldon, 1688-.... Elizabeth Pratt -.... 

6. Isaac Sheldon, 1656-1712. Sarah Warner, 1667- 

7. Daniel Warner -1692. Mary , ....-1672. 

8. Andrew Warner, -1684. Mary , - 

13. Sixth in descent from Ensign Daniel Warner of 
Hatfield, Mass. Served in Pequot War ; Ensign of Hat- 
field Troop of Horse, Hampshire Reg. 1674. 

For line of descent see Andrew Warner (No. 12). 



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GHEEN, EDWARD HICKMAN. (Soc. No. 54). 

Commander U. S. Navy. 
Stationed at Zamboango, Mindanao. 

Born Dec. nth, 1845, at Concord, Chester Co., Pa. 
Married Florence Monfort Oct. 17th, 1883. 

Naval Cadet— 1863-1867. 

Ensign — 1869. 

Master — 1870. 

Lieutenant — 1871 . 

Lieutenant Commander — 1891. 

Commander — 1898. 

SERVICE. 

Received his appointment to the Naval Academy in 
1863, and graduated in 1867. Made his first cruise on the 
Asiatic Squadron attached to the U. S. S. "Piscataqua," 
and the U. S. Flagship "Delaware." During the cruise 
he was made Ensign and Master. On his return in 1871, 
he was made Lieutenant and stationed in Washington on 
signal duty. In January, 1872, he was ordered to the 
U. S. Monitor "Mahopac" at Norfolk, and thence in 
April to the U. S. S. "Supply" and on her arrival at Rio 
de Janiero, to the U. S. Flagship "Lancaster," on which 
he made a three years' cruise with the South Atlantic 
Squadron. In 1876 he was attached to the Receiving Ship 
"Potomac" at Philadelphia, and from 1877 to 1880 to the 
U. S. S. "Alliance" of the Mediterranean Squadron. In 
1881 he was on duty at the League Island Yard, Phil- 
adelphia, and a member of the class in Torpedo Instruc- 
tion at Newport. From 1881 to 1883 he served on the 

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U. S. Flagship "Tennessee" of the North Atlantic 
Squadron; from 1883 to 1887 as Officer in charge and 
Aide to the Commandant of Cadets at the Naval Acade- 
my; from 1887 to 1890 as Executive officer of the U. S. 
S. "Yantic" of the North Atlantic Squadron. In 1891 
he was made Lieut. Commander, and from 1891 to 1894 
Inspector of steel for new cruisers at Pittsburg and 
Thurlow; in charge Branch Hydrographic office, Phila- 
delphia, and Equipment Officer League Island Navy 
Yard. In Oct., 1894, he was made Executive Officer of 
the U. S. Monitor "Miantonomoh." Dec, 1894, to Oct., 
1896, he served as Executive Officer of the U. S. S. 
"Minneapolis" of the North Atlantic and Mediterranean 
Squadron. In Jan., 1879, he went to duty at the Hydro- 
graphic office, Washington. In March, 1898, was pro- 
moted to Commander and in June took command of the 
U. S. S. "Frolic," formerly the yacht "Comanche," serv- 
ing in the waters of Cuba and Porto Rico until the close 
of hostilities, when he returned to the Hydrographic 
Office at Washington. 

In June, 1899, he took command of the U. S. S. "Ma- 
rietta" at Boston, sailed Oct. 17 from Norfolk for Ma- 
nila via the Suez Canal, reaching Manila in January, 
1890, in time for the severe engagement at Taal, when 
the "Marietta" co-operated with the 38th and 46th Inf. 
In March he commanded the naval forces in Gen. Bates' 
expedition to Northern Luzon, and during the summer 
commanded the Squadron operating on the west coast of 
Samar, with headquarters at Cebu. In October he went 
with the "Marietta" to China returning to Manila and 
is now at Zamboango, Mindanao. 

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2. Edward Gheen, 1808-1873. Phoebe Hickman, 1816-1877. 

3. Francis Hickman, 1784-1834. Hannah James, 1792-1832. 

4. Jesse James, - Elizabeth Hoopes, -.... 

5. Joseph James, 1709-.... Hannah Hickman, 1715-.... 

Fourth in descent from Joseph James of Chester Co., 
Pa. A member of the Assembly of the Province of Pa. 
for the County of Chester 1753-54-55. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Seventh in descent from Daniel Williamson of 
Chester County, Pa. Member of the Assembly from 
Chester County 1708-09-20-21-22-27. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Joseph James. 

6. John Hoopes, 1733-.... Phoebe Williams, 1731-.... 

6. Abraham Hoopes, 1713-1795. Mary Williamson, 1715- 

7. John Williamson, 1690-1760. Sarah Smedley, 1694-1789. 

8. Daniel Williamson, ....-1728. Mary Smith -.... 

2. Seventh in descent from' Joshua Hoopes of Bucks 
County, Pa. Member of the Assembly from Bucks Co. 
many times between 1686 and 171 1. 

2. 3 and 4, same as descent from Joseph James. 

5. John Hoopes, 1733-.... Phoebe Williams, 1731-.... 

t. Abraham Hoopes, 1713-1795. Mary Williamson, 1715- 

7. Daniel Hoopes, 1670- Jane Worrilow, - 

8. Joshua Hoopes -1723. Isabel - 

3. Sixth in descent from Daniel Hoopes of Chester 
County, Pa. Member of the Assembly from Chester 
County 1708-09. 

For line of descent see Joshua Hoopes (No. 2). 

4. Sixth iii descent from Benjamin Mendenhall of 
Chester County, Pa. Member of the Assembly from 
Chester County 1714. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Joseph James. 

4. Thomas Hickman -1825. Mary Jefferis, 1750-1812. 

E. Francis Hickman, 1708- Ann Marshall, 1719- 

6. Thomas Marshall, 1694-1740. Hannah Mendenhall, 1696-1770. 

7. Benjamin Mendenhall, - Ann Pennell - 



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GILBERT, FREDERICK LEE. (Soc. No. .-4). 
Duluth, Minn. 

Born January 31st, 1853, m Albany, N. Y. 
Married Elizabeth Birney Jennison Nov. 7th, 1877. 

2. Prosper Lee Gilbert, 1820-1870. Mary Rockwell Olmstead, 1830- 

1898. 

S. John Ingersoll Olmstead, 1805-1872. Caroline Rockwell, 1807- 
1863. 

4. Davia Olmstead, 1770-1842. Dorcas Smith, 1771-1842. 

5. Capt. David Olmstead, 1748-1813. Abigail Ingersoll, 1761-.... 

6. Rev. Jonathan Ingersoll, 1713-1778. Dorcas Moss, 1725-1811. 

Fifth in descent from Rev. Jonathan Ingersoll of 
Ridgefield, Conn. Chaplain to the troops engaged on 
and near Lake Champlain in the French and Indian War 
1758. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Eighth in descent from Capt. Richard Olmstead of 
Hartford and Norwalk, Conn. Captain of the Norwalk 
Co. in the Pequot War 1637 and for his services in that 
campaign he received a grant of land in "Soldier's Field," 
Hartford, Conn. 

2, S and 4, same as descent from Rev. Jonathan Ingersoll. 

5. Capt. David Olmstead, 1748-1813. Abigail Ingersoll, 1751-.... 

6. Nathan Olmstead, 1717-1805. Millicent Goodrich, 1723-1746. 

7. Capt. Daniel Olmstead, 1684- Hannah Ketchum - 

8. Lieut. John Olmstead, 1649-1705. Mary Benedict -.... 

9. Capt. Richard Olmstead, - 

2. Sixth in descent from Capt. Daniel Olmstead of 
Ridgefield, Conn. Ensign of the Ridgefield Train Band 
1732; Deputy from Ridgefield 1742-43. 

For line of descent see Capt. Richard Olmstead (No. 1). 



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♦GILBERT, MAHLON NORRIS. (Soc. No. 75). 
St. Paul, Minnesota. 
Coadjutor Bishop of Minnesota. 
Born March 23rd, 1848, in Laurens, N. Y. 
Married Frances Pierpont Carvill May 18th, 1880. 

2. Norris Gilbert, 1811-1877. Lucy Todd, 1813-1891. 

3. Elijah Gilbert, 1775-1862. Lois Ward, 1773-1856. 

4. Ambrose Ward, 1747-1819. Lois Meigs, 1750-1826. 

5. Jonathan Meigs, ....-1765. 

6. Capt. Jonathan Meigs, 1672-1739. Hannah Willard, 1698-.. . 

7. Josiah Willard -1674. Hannah Hosmer -.... 

8. Major Simon Willard, 1605-1676. Mary Sharpe, - 



Seventh in descent from Major Simon Willard of Con- 
cord and Charlestown, Mass. An account of his life and 
public services will be found later in this volume. 
^Deceased. 



GREENE, CHARLES LYMAN, M. D. (Soc. No. 121). 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Born September 21st, 1862, in Gray, Maine. 
Married Jessie Rice Oct. 6th, 1886. 

2. Dr. William Warren Greene, 1831-1881. Elizabeth Lawrence, 



3. Jacob Holt Greene, 1802- Sarah (Prye) Jewett, 

4. Samuel Frye - Mary Gordon - 

5. Col. Joseph Prye, 17U-1794. Mehitable Poore, -. 



Fourth in descent from Col. Joseph Frye of Andover, 
Mass. Deputy from Andover 1750 to 1754; Ensign 
in the 5th Co. Col. Hale's Reg. in the expedition to 
Louisburg 1745 ; Col. in command of expedition to 
Crown Point 1757 and taken prisoner at Fort William 
Henry; commissioned Major General by the Provincial 
Congress June 21st, 1775. 

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SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

1. Eighth in descent from Daniel Thurston of New- 
bury, Mass. Trooper in King Philip's War and served 
under Capt. Samuel Appleton. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Col. Joseph Frye. 

4. Thomas Greene, 1775-1809. Tabltha Holt, 1779-.... 

5. Lieut. Thomas Greene, 1743- Lydla Kilbourne, 1748-.... 

6. Lieut. Joseph Kilbourne, 1719-1806. Sarah Thurston, 1719-1753. 

7. Daniel Thurston 3rd, 1690-1720. Lydia Leaver, 1684-1754. 

8. Daniel Thurston 2nd, 1661-1738. Mary Dresser -1700. 

9. Daniel Thurston, 1693. Ann Pell, - 

2. Eighth in descent from Lieut. John Dresser of 
Rowley, Mass. Lieut, in the Provincial forces of Mass. 
Bay Colony. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Daniel Thurston (No. 1). 
9. Lieut. John Dresser, 1640-1724. Martha Thorley, ....-1700. 

3. Fourth in descent from Lieut. Thomas Greene, of 
Rowley, Mass., and Waterford, Maine. Lieut, in the 
French and Indian Wars. 

For line of descent see Daniel Thurston (No. 1). 

4. Ninth in descent from Richard Swan of Rowley, 
Mass. Served in King Philip's War and in the expedi- 
tion to Canada; Deputy from Rowley 1666 and later. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Daniel Thurston (No. 1.) 

7. Joseph Kilbourne 2nd, 1683-1723. Mary Clarke, 1683-1771. 

8. Joseph Kilbourne, 1652-1706. Mary Trumbull -1716. 

9. John Trumbull -1647. Ann Swan, — - — 

10. Richard Swan, — - — 

5. Seventh in descent from Peleg Lawrence, of Wat- 
ertown, Mass. Served in King William's War 1691 and 
1692. 

2. Dr. William Warren Greene, 1831-1881. Elizabeth Lawrence, 



3. Nathaniel Lawrence, 1799-.... 

4. Ephraim Lawrence, 1765- 

5. Capt. Asa Lawrence, 1737-.... Abigail King, ......... 

6. Peleg Lawrence, 1701-1757. Ruth 1700-1757. 

7. Eleazer Lawrence, 1674-1754. Mary Scripture, 1679-1761. 

8. Peleg Lawrence, 1647-1692. Elizabeth Morse, 1647- 

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6. Seventh in descent from Samuel Scripture of Con- 
cord, Mass. Served under Capt. Joseph Sill in King 
Philip's War 1675 ; served also in King William's War 
1691 and 1692. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Peleg Lawrence (No. 5). 
8. Samuel Scripture, -.... Elizabeth , ....- 



7. Eighth in descent from John Osgood of Andover, 
Mass. Deputy from Andover 1651. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Daniel Thurston (No. 1). 

5. Jacob Holt, Jr., 1739-.... Hhoda Abbott, 1741-.... 

6. Jacob Holt, 1714-1760. Mary Osgood, 1706-1745. 

7. Stephen Osgood, Jr., 1670-1749. Hannah Blanchard, 1682-1774. 

8. Stephen Osgood, 1638-1691. Mary Hooker, ......... 

9. John Osgood, 1595-1651 , ....- 

8. Seventh in descent from Samuel Blanchard of 
Charlestown and Andover, Mass. Served in King Phil- 
ip's War in Capt. John Cutlers Co. 

2 to 7, same as descent from John Osgood (No. 7). 

8. Samuel Blanchard, 1629-1707. Mary Sweetser - 



9 Eighth in descent from Lieut. Thomas Chandler 
of Roxbury and Andover, Mass. Lieut. 1683; Deputy 
from Andover 1678 to 1681. 

2 to 5, same as descent from John Osgood (No. 7). 

6. Ephraim Abbott, 1710-1745. Hannah Phelps, - 

7. Samuel Phelps, Jr., 1684- Hannah Dane, 1687-1746. 

8. Samuel Phelps, 1651-1746. Sarah Chandler, 1661-1757. 

9. Lieut. Thomas Chandler, 1630-1717. Hannah Brewer, ....- 



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GREENLEAF, FRANKLIN LEWIS. (Soc. No. 26). 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Born October 7th, 1847, in Boston, Mass. 
Married Florence Mary Cahill Jan. 13th, 1875. 

2. Gardner Greenleaf, 1789-1861 Rebecca Jane Caldwell, 1814-1887. 

3. Gardner Greenleaf, 1765-1801. Lydia Nickerson Hart, 1763-1863. 

4. Gardner Greenleaf, 1726-1808. Catherine Thompson, 1730-1768. 

5. Stephen Greenleaf, 1690-1753. Mary Gardner -1775. 

6. Samuel Greenleaf, 1665-1694. Sarah Kent, 1667-.... 

7. Stephen Greenleaf, 1628-1690. Elizabeth Coffin -1678. 

8. Edmund Greenleaf, 1590-1671. Sarah Dole, ....-1663. 

Seventh in descent from Capt. Edmund Greenleaf of 
Newbury and Boston, Mass. Ensign 1639; Lieut. 1642 
to 1644; "Head of the Militia" under Capt. Gerrish 1644 
and Capt. of the Newbury Co. 1645. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Sixth in descent from Capt. Stephen Greenleaf of 
Newbury, Mass. Ensign of the Newbury Military Com- 
pany 1670; Lieut. 1685; Capt. of Newbury Company in 
expedition to Canada under Sir William Phipps 1690; 
Deputy from Newbury 1676-86. 

For line of descent see Edmund Greenleaf. 

2. Seventh in descent from Tristram Coffin of Salis- 
bury, Newbury and Nantucket, Mass. A Royalist and 
one of the few early settlers of Newbury who came to 
America on account of the successes of Cromwell ; Com- 
missioner for Salisbury 1655 ; in 1659 he with eight oth- 
ers purchased of Governor Thomas Mayhew the Island 
of Nantucket, the consideration named being "Thirty 
pounds and two Beaver Hats, one for myself and one 
for my wife" ; the first Chief Magistrate of the Island 
of Nantucket appointed by Governor Lovelace of N. Y., 
June 19th, 1671, and again by Sir Edmund Andros 1677. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Edmund Greenleaf. 
8. Tristram Coffin, 1609-1681. Dlonis Stevens, ......... 



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3. Seventh in descent from Lieut. Edward Wood- 
man of Newbury, Mass. Lieut, of the Newbury Com- 
pany 1637; served in Pequot War; Deputy from New- 
bury many times between 1636 and 1670; Commissioner 
for Newbury 1638-41-46-50. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Edmund Greenleaf. 

7. John Kent, 1645-1718. Sarah Woodman, 1642- 

8. Lieut. Edward Woodman, 1612- Joanna , ......... 



4. Seventh in descent from Capt. Hugh Mason of 
Watertown, Mass. Lieut, of the Watertown Military 
Company 1633; Capt. from 1652 to 1678; Commander in 
Chief (with Capt. William Hudson) of Mass. forces in 
expedition against Dutch at Manhattoes 1664; Capt. of 
Watertown Company in Sudbury Fight April 21st, 1676; 
Deputy from Watertown many times between 1634 and 
1677. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Edmund Greenleaf. 

6. Thomas Gardner, 1684- Mary Willis, 1682-.... 

7. Capt. Andrew Gardner, 1641-3690. Sarah Mason, 1651- 

8. Capt. Hugh Mason, 1605-1678. Esther 1610-1692. 

5. Sixth in descent from Capt. Andrew Gardner of 
Boston, Mass. Ensign at Boston 1685 ; Deputy 1689 ; 
Capt. of the Muddy River (Roxbury) Co. in Sir Will- 
iam Phipp's expedition against Canada 1690. 

For line of descent see Capt. Hugh Mason (No. 4). 

6. Sixth in descent from Thomas Willis of Medford, 
Mass. Deputy from Medford 1703-05. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Edmund Greenleaf. 

6. Thomas Gardner, 1684- Mary Willis, 1682- 

7. Thomas Willis, 1638-1725. Grace Fay, 1645-1716. 

7. Seventh in descent from George Fowle of Concord, 
Mass. Surveyor of Arms and Ammunition in Concord, 
1639. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Edmund Greenleaf. 

5. Jonathan Thompson, 1690-1752. Abigail Powle -1759. 

6. Capt. James Fowle, Jr., 1667-1714. Mary Richardson, 1668-1748. 

7. Lieut. James Fowle, Sr., 1642-1692. Abigail Carter -.... 

8. George Fowle, 1610-1682. Mary -.... 

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8. Sixth in descent from Lieut. James Fowle, Sr., of 
Woburn, Mass. Lieut, of Woburn Military Company. 

For line of descent see George Fowle (No. 7). 

9. Fifth in descent from Capt. James Fowle, Jr., of 
Woburn, Mass. Capt. of Woburn Military Company. 

For line of descent see George Fowle (No. 7). 

10. Seventh in descent from William Green of Wo- 
burn, Mass. Served as a soldier in King Philip's War. 

2 to 6, same as descent from George Fowle (No. 7). 

7. Joseph Hichardson, 1643-1718. Hannah Green, 1647-1721. 

8. William Green - Hannah Carter - 

ir. Sixth in descent from Joseph Richardson of Wo- 
burn, Mass. Served in Major Samuel Appleton's Com- 
pany at Great Swamp Fight, December 19th, 1675. 

For line of descent see William Green (No. 10). 

12. Seventh in descent from Thomas Blodgett of 
Chelmsford, Mass. Served in West Middlesex Regi- 
ment and in garrison at Chelmsford. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Edmund Greenleaf. 

6. Jonathan Thompson, 3rd, 1690-1752. Abigail Fowle -1759. 

8. Jonathan Thompson, 2nd, 1663-1748. Frances Whitmore, 1671- 



7. Jonathan Thompson, 1st -1691. Susanna Blodgett, 1637- 

1698. 

8. Thomas Blodgett, 1605-1642. Susanna , -1661. 

13. Sixth in descent from Francis Whitmore of Cam- 
bridge, Mass. Trooper under Maj. Simon Willard in 
King Philip's War. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Thomas Blodgett (No. 12). 
7. Francis Whitmore, 1625-1685. Margaret Harty -1686. 



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HADLEY EMERSON. (Soc. No. 104). 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Born Dec. 27th, 1857, in Marion, Mass. 
Married Mary Miller Luce Sept. 15th, 1887. 

2. Andrew J. Hadley, 1820-1897. Louisa Brett, 1822- 

8. Pliny Brett, 1790-1870. Fanny Bishop, ......... 

4. Rufus Brett, 1751- Susanna Cary, 1755- 

6. Simeon Brett, 1720-1792. Mehitabel Packard -.... 

6. Seth Brett, ......... Sarah Alden, 1688-.... 

7. Isaac Alden -.... Mehitabel Allen, 1665. 

8. Joseph Alden, 1624-1697. Mary Simmons -.... 

9. John Alden, 1599-1687. Priscilla Mullins, ......... 

Eighth in descent from John Alden of Plymouth, Mass. 
A Mayflower passenger and the 7th signer of the Com- 
pact; Member of Capt. Miles Standish Co. 1643; As- 
sistant 1632 to 1640 and from 1650 to 1687; Deputy 1640 
to 1650; Member of the Council of War 1646-53-58-67; 
Deputy Governor 1664-65-67. 



HAWKS, JOSEPH MATTHEW. (Soc. No. 53). 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Born Jan. 21st, 1852, in Mt. Vernon, Maine. 
Unmarried. 

2. Rev. Joseph Hawks, 1814-.... Mary Winslow Simmons, 1822- 
1875. 

5. Bryant Simmons, - Rachel Winslow, 1794- 

4. Job. Winslow, 1745-1833. Mary Robinson, 1752-1824. 

6. Nathan Winslow, 1713-1772. Charity Hall -.... 

6. James Winslow, 1687-1773. Elizabeth Carpenter, - 

7. Lieut. Job. Winslow, 1641-1720. Ruth -.... 

Sixth in descent from Lieut. Job. Winslow of Free- 
town, Mass. In command of the Freetown Train Band 
1702 ; served in King Philip's War 1675 ; Deputy 1686. 

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SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Seventh in descent from Kenelm Winslow of Ply- 
mouth, Salem and Marshfield, Mass. Deputy from 
Marshfield 1642-43-52-53. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Lieut. Job. Winslow. 
8. Kenelm Winslow, 1599-1672. Eleanor (Newton) Adams, 1598- 
1681. 

2. Eighth in descent from William Carpenter of Wey- 
mouth and Rehoboth, Mass. Deputy from Weymouth 
1641-42-43; Deputy from Rehoboth 1656. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Lieut. Job. Winslow. 

7. Benjamin Carpenter, 1658-1727. Renew Weeks, 1660-1703. 

8. Joseph Carpenter, 1633-1675. Margaret Sutton, 1635-1700. 

9. William Carpenter, 1605-1659. Abigail -1687. 



*HERSEY, DUDLEY HALL. (Soc. No. 63). 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Born December 25th, 1846, in Bangor, Me. 
Married Arville Estelle Wardwell Jan. 4th, 1868. 

2. Samuel Freeman Hersey, 1812-1875. Jane Anne Davis, 1818-1862. 

3. James Hersey, 1783- Olive Freeman - 

4. James Hersey, 1758- Alathea Poole, 1762- 

5. Samuel Poole 3rd, 1736-1830. Ruth Fullerton, 1738-1835. 

Fourth in descent from Samuel Poole yd of Abing- 
ton Mass. Served in French and Indian War and was 
engaged at the capture of Fort Frontenac August 27th, 

I7S8- 
^Deceased. 



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HERSEY, ROSCOE FREEMAN. ( Soc. No. 57) . 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born July 18th, 1841, in Milford, Maine. 
Married Celestia Wardwell Jan. 4th, 1864. 

2. Samuel Freeman Hersey, 1812-1875. Jane Anne Davis, 1818- 

1862. 
8. James Hersey, 1783- Olive Freeman, - 

4. James Hersey, 1758- Alathea Poole, 1762-.... 

5. Samuel Poole 3rd, 1736-1830. Ruth Fullerton, 1738-1835. 

Fourth in descent from Samuel Poole yd of Abing- 
ton, Mass. Served in the French and Indian War and 
was engaged at the capture of Fort Frontenac Aug. 27th, 
1758. 



HINCKLEY, NATHANIEL BENT. (Soc. No. 138.) 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born February 21st, 1843, at Milton, Mass. 
Married Isabella Mack November 29th, 1881. 

Sixth in descent from Gov. Thomas Hinckley of Barn- 
stable, Mass. An account of his life and public services 
will be found later in this volume. 

2. Thomas Hewes Hinckley, 1814-1897. Sally Ann Bent, 1814-1857. 

3. Robert Hinckley, 1774-1833. Esther Messenger, 1779- 

4. Thomas Hinckley - Susanna Hewes, - 

5. Ebenezer Hinckley, 1713- Hannah Nightingale, - 

6. Ebenezer Hinckley, 1673-1721. Mary Stone - 

7. Governor Thomas Hinckley, 1618-1706. Mary Glover, 1630-1703. 



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HOWARD, CHARLES EDWARD NASON. 
(Soc. No. 85). 

Lieut. 45th Regt. U. S. V. stationed in Philippine Islands. 
Born November ioth, 1873, in Buffalo, N. Y. 
Unmarried. 

2. Charles Bartlett Howard, 1844-.... Caroline Elizabeth Na- 

son, 1853- 

3. Elisha King Nason, 1833- Caroline Elizabeth Burrows, 

1834-1888. 

4. Ezra Burrows, 1806-1862. Caroline Elizabeth Butler, 1808-1849. 

5. Rev. Samuel Herrick Butler, 1785-1851. Judith Livingston, 

1785-1856. 

6. Capt. Gilbert James Livingston, 1758-1833. Susannah Lewis, 

1761-.... 

7. James Livingston, 1728-1761. Judith Newcomb, 1733- 

8. Gilbert Livingston, 1690-1746. Cornelia Beekman, 1693-1742. 

9. Robert Livingston, 1654-1728. Alida Van Schuyler, 1658- 

Eighth in descent from Robert Livingston of New 
York. First Lord or Proprietor of the Manor of Living- 
ston; Member of the New York Provincial Council 1698 
to 1701 ; Member of the Assembly 1709 to 171 1 and 1716 
to 1725. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Ninth in descent from Lieut. Wilhelmus Beekman 
of New York. Lieut, of the Burgher Corps of New 
Amsterdam 1652 to 1658; Lieut, of the Militia under 
Dutch 1673; Vice Director on the South River 1658 to 
1664; Schout at Esopus 1664; Deputy Mayor of New 
York 1681 to 1683. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Robert Livingston. 

9. Col. Henry Beekman, 1649-1716. Joanna de Loper, 1650- 

10. Lieut. Wilhelmus Beekman, 1623-1707. Catherine de Bourgh, 



ISO 



2. Ninth in descent from Capt. Filyp Pielerse Van 
Schuyler of New York. Capt. of the New York Provincial 
forces 1667; Capt. of a Company of Foot at Schenectady 
1669. 

2 to 9, same as descent from Robert Livingston. 
10. Capt. Filyp Pleterse Van Schuyler, 1628-1683. Margaretha Van 
Slichtenhorst, ....-1709. 

3. Seventh in descent from Ensign Jacob Mitchell of 
Mass. Ensign of the Massachusetts Militia; he and his 
wife were killed by Indians early during King Philip's 
War. 

2. Charles Bartlett Howard, 1844-.... Caroline Elizabeth Na- 

son, 1S53- 

3. Osier Howard, 1S13-1851. Patience Maxim, 1816-1894. 

4. Oliver Howard, 1771-1820. Anna Washburn, 1777-1817. 

6. Solomon Washburn, 1754- Anne Mitchell, 1755- 

6. Seth Mitchell, 1715-1802. Ann Latham - 

7. Thomas Mitchell -1727. Elizabeth Kingman, 1673- 

8. Jacob Mitchell, 1649-1675. Susanna Pope, 1649-1675. 



HUNTER, EDWARD. (Soc. No. 132.) 

Lieut. Col. and Deputy Judge Advocate General, U. S. A. 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Born November 22nd, 1839, in Gardiner, Me. 
Married Caroline Clay Hoff March . ., 1870. 

Cadet U. S. Military Academy July 1st i860 to June 
23rd, 1865. 

2nd Lieutenant 12th Infantry June 23rd, 1865. 

1st Lieutenant 12th Infantry June 23rd, 1865. 

Transferred to 1st Cavalry Feb. 19th, 1870. 

Captain 1st Cavalry Aug. 21st, 1879. 

Major and Judge Advocate Dec. 10th, 1888. 

Lieut. Col. and Deputy Judge Advocate General Jan. 
3rd, 1895. 

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2. John P. Hunter -.... Mary A. Stone -.... 

3. James Hunter, Jr., - 

4. Col. James Hunter, 1735-1809 Williams -.... 

5. Capt. Adam Hunter -1781. 

Fourth in descent from Capt. Adam Hunter of Top- 
sham and Brunswick, Me. Commissioned Captain by 
Governor Shirley of Mass., March 4th, 1754, with au- 
thority to raise an independent company in Topsham and 
parts adjacent in the county of York. 

SERVICE. 

Joined regiment September, 1865, and was in garrison 
at Richmond, Va., from that date to March, 1866 and at 
Washington D. C, March, 1866, to February, 1867. 

As Quartermaster 3d Battalion, 12th Infantry, Feb- 
ruary 23d, 1866, to August nth, 1866. On Quarter- 
master's duty, at Washington, D. C, February 5th to 
April 3d, 1867, and as Quartermaster 12th Infantry, Au- 
gust nth, 1866, to February 28th, 1869. 

On duty as Aid-de-Camp and Acting Assistant Adju- 
tant General to General Getty at Santa Fe, N. M., (Dis- 
trict of New Mexico) May 1st, 1867, to April 6th, 1869. 
In the field during the fall and winter of 1868-69, in a 
campaign against hostile Indians, and was recommended 
for promotion by brevet for "great energy, zeal, ability 
and devotion to duty." 

In garrison at Angel-Island, Cal., May 6th, 1869, to 
May, 1870, and was Adjutant 12th Infantry, October 
31st, 1869, to February 19th, 1870. 

Transferred to 1st Cavalry February 19th, 1870. On 
frontier duty at Camp Warner, Or., June 7th to Octo- 

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ber 1870. Quartermaster 1st Cavalry, September 19th, 
1870, to May 1st, 1873. In garrison at Benicia, Cal., 
November 12th, 1874, to October 25th, 1876. At Camp 
Halleck, November, 1876, to February, 1877. Presidio, 
San Francisco, Cal., February 19th to November 12th, 
1877. (On Nez Perces Expedition, June 22d to Octo- 
ber 25th, 1877.) Stationed at Fort Walla Walla, W. T., 
and Adjutant 1st Cavalry, November 26th, 1877, to Au- 
gust 2 1 st, 1879. (In the field June 7th to September 
22d, 1878.) Promoted Captain 1st Cavalry, August 
21st, 1879. At Fort Colville, W. T., commanding Co. 
"H," 1st Cavalry, October 8th to 18th, 1879. Absent 
with leave from October 18th, 1879 ,to April 7th, 1880, 
(reporting on latter date at Headquarters Military Di- 
vision of the Pacific, San Francisco, Cal., and placed on 
duty awaiting steamer until April 16th, 1880). Left 
San Francisco, Cal., April 16th, 1880, and arrived at 
Fort Walla Walla, W. T., April 22c!, 1880. Left Fort 
Walla Walla May 3d, 1880, and arrived at Fort Colville, 
W. T., May 14th, 1880. Left Fort Colville, W. T., July 
14th, 1881, with Co. "H," 1st Cavalry, for duty in con- 
nection with construction of road from Fool's Prairie to 
Spokane Falls, W. T., returning to Fort Colville August 
27th, 1881. At Fort Walla Walla, W. T., and camp at 
mouth of Foster Creek, W. T., and Fort Assinniboine, M. 
T., until July nth, 1884. Left Fort Assinniboine, M. T., 
October 14th, 1886, for duty at Washington, D. C, exam- 
ining claims of States and Territories. Resigned commis- 
sion as Captain 1st Cavaly, only, to accept commission as 
Major and Judge Advocate U. S. Army, Dec. 10th, 1888. 
On duty at San Francisco, Cal., as Judge Advocate, Di- 

Ib3 



vision of the Pacific and Department of California, from 
October ist, 1889, until relieved August 2d ,1895. Pro- 
moted Lieut. -Colonel and Deputy Judge Advocate Gen- 
eral, U. S. Army, January 3d, 1895. On duty at St. 
Paul, Minnesota, as Judge Advocate, Department of Da- 
kota, from September 13th, 1895, to May 3d, 1898. Re- 
ported to General Brooke, May 7th, 1898, at Chicamau- 
ga Park, Ga., and accompanied him to Porto Rico as 
Judge Advocate and Mustering Officer. In charge of 
civil affairs, District of Guayama, Porto Rico, from Au- 
gust ist to September ist, 1898. Was Secretary and Re- 
corder of the Commission on Evacuation by Spain of 
Porto Rico and the adjacent islands, from August 29th 
to October 18th, 1898, and Judge Advocate of the De- 
partment of Porto Rico from its organization until Oc- 
tober 4th, 1898. On sick leave of absence from Octo- 
ber 24th, 1898, to January 3d, 1899, reporting on latter 
date at St. Paul, Minnesota, for duty as Judge Advocate, 
Department of Dakota. In addition to his duties as 
Judge Advocate, Department of Dakota, performed the 
duties of Adjutant General of the Department, from No- 
vember 7th, 1899, to date. 



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HURD, RUKARD. ( Soc. No. i ) . 
St. Paul, Minnesota. 

Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, July 15th, 1858. 
Married Katherine Grant Hatfield Jan. 21st, 1880. 

2. Edward Hurd, 1829-1873. Harriet Morris Duncan, 1835-1862. 

3. Rukard Hurd, 1794-1871. Mary Osborn, 1805-1899. 

4. Nathan Hurd, 1758-1805. Sarah Orton, 1765-1805. 

5. Capt. Nathan Hurd, Jr., 1727-1800. Anna Mitchell, 1730-1800. 

6. Capt. Nathan Hurd, Sr., 1693-1779. Eunice Hinman, 1696-1792. 

7. Sergt. Benjamin Hurd, 1666-1754. Sarah Kimberly, 1672-1749. 

8. John Hurd, -1681. Ann Porter Judson - 

Seventh in descent from John Hurd of Windsor and 
Stratford, Conn. Deputy 1657-58; Constable for Strat- 
ford 1657. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Fourth in descent from Capt. Nathan Hurd, Jr., of 
Woodbury, Conn. Quartermaster Troop of Horse, 13th 
Conn. Reg. 1766; Cornet 1768; Lieut. 1769; Capt. 1771 ; 
Capt. 8th Co. 1st Battalion Col. Gold Selleck Silliman's 
Reg. 1776. 

For line of descent see John Hurd. 

2. Fifth in descent from Capt. Nathan Hurd, Sr., of 
Stratford and Woodbury, Conn. Capt. of Train Band 
in the Northern Parts of Stratford and Woodbury 1754. 

For line of descent see John Hurd. 

3. Seventh in descent from Sergt. Edward Hinman 
of Stratford, Conn. Sergt. at Arms in the Life Guard 
of King Charles 1st; associated with Capt. John Under- 
bill in Military Service with Stuyvesant against the In- 
dians. 

2 to 6, same as descent from John Hurd. 

7. Benjamin Hinman, 1662-1713. Elizabeth Lum, ......... 

8. Sergt. Edward Hinman -1682. Hannah Stiles, -.... 



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4, Sixth in descent from Benjamin Hinman of Wood- 
bury, Conn. Deputy from Woodbury 171 1. 

2 to 6, same as descent from John Hurd. 

7. Benjamin Hinman, 1662-1713. Elizabeth Lum - 



5. Eighth in descent from Thomas Kimberly of 
Stratford, Conn. Marshall of New Haven Colony from 
1653 to 1661. Deputy from New Haven 1639. 

2 to 7, same as descent from John Hurd. 

8. Abraham Kimberly, -1680. Hannah - 

9. Thomas Kimberly -1673. Alice -1659. 

6. Eighth in descent from Ensign Thomas Wheeler 
of Milford, Conn. Ensign of Milford Military Co. 1653 ; 
Deputy from Milford 1670. 

2 to 5, same as descent from John Hurd. 

6. David Mitchell, 1692-1757. Sarah Galpin, 1697-.... 

7. Deacon Matthew Mitchell -1736. Mary Thompson, 1655- 

1711. 

8. David Mitchell - Sarah Wheeler - 

9. Ensign Thomas Wheeler - Joan , - 



7. Eighth in descent from Matthew Mitchell of Weth- 
ersfield, Conn. Took part in the encounter with Indians 
on Conn. River 1636; Deputy to First General Court of 
Conn, which declared war against the Pequots 1637; 
served in Pequot War under Lieut. Lion Gardiner 1637 ; 
Governor's Assistant 1638. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Ensign Thomas Wheeler (No. 6>. 
9. Matthew Mitchell, 1590-1645. 

8. Fourth in descent from Capt. John Osborn of 
Litchfield, Conn. Capt. of the First Litchfield Train 
Band 1769. 

2 and 3, same as descent from John Hurd. 

4. Ethan Osborn, 1758-.... Elizabeth Itiley, 1775-1847. 

5. Cftpt. John Osborn, 1728-1814. Lois Peck. 1732-1819. 

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JAYNES, FREMONT NATHAN. (Soc. No. 106). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born in East Calais, Vt., July 8th, 1856. 
Married Minnie Lawrence December 26th, 1881. 

2. Henry Clinton Jaynes, 1827-.... Almira L. Jacob, 1827-.... 

3. Nathan Janes, 1781-1869. Celinda Dexter, 1777- 

4. Solomon Janes, 1748-1812. Beulah Fiske, 1757-1848. 

5. Jonathan Janes, 1713- Irene Bradford, 1719- 

6. Lieut. Joseph Bradford, 1675-1747. Ann Fitch, 1675-1717. 

7. Major William Bradford, 1624-1704. Widow Wiswall, ......... 

8. Gov. William Bradford, 1590-1657. Alice Southworth, 1590-1670. 

Seventh in descent from Governor William Bradford of 
Plymouth, Mass. An account of his life and public serv- 
ices will be found later in this volume. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

1. Sixth in descent from Major William Bradford of 
Plymouth, Mass. An account of his life and public serv- 
ices will be found later in this volume. 

For line of descent see Gov. William Bradford. 

2. Fifth in descent from Lieut. Joseph Bradford of 
Lebanon, Conn. Ensign of Lebanon Train Band 1702; 
Lieut. 1708; Deputy from Lebanon 1707-09- 12-14; 
Member of Governor's Council to treat with Indians 1720. 

For line of descent see Gov. William Bradford. 

3. Seventh in descent from Elder William Jeanes of 
New Haven, Conn., and Northampton, Mass. Signer of 
the "Fundamental Agreement" New Haven Colony 1639; 
Member of New Haven General Court 1648; Deputy 
from Northampton 1657. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Governor William Bradford. 

6. William Janes, 1692-.... Abigail Loomis, 1691-1752. 

7. Abel Janes, 1644-1718. Mary Judd, 1658-1735. 

8. Elder William Jeanes, 1610-1690. Mary -1662. 

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4 Sixth in descent from Abel Janes of Lebanon, Conn. 
Served under Capt. William Turner in King Philip's 
War and took part in the Fall's Fight May 19th, 1676. 

For line of descent see Elder William Jeanes (No. 3). 

5. Eighth in descent from Deacon John Moore of 
Windsor, Conn. Deputy from Windsor continuously from 
1665 to 1677. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Governor William Bradford. 

6. William Janes, 1692-.... Abigail Loomis, 1691-1752. 

7. Josiah Loomis, 1661-1735. Mary Rockwell, 1662-1701. 

5. Nathaniel Loomis- ....-1688. Elizabeth Moore -.... 

9. Deacon John Moore - Abigail - 

6. Seventh in descent from Nathaniel Loomis, of 
Windsor, Conn. Served as trooper under Major John 
Mason in First Conn. Cavalry 1658. 

For line of descent see Deacon John Moore (No. 5). 

7. Eighth in descent from Deacon Thomas Judd of 
Farmington, Conn. Deputy from Farmington many 
times between 1647 and 1679. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Governor Willia.m Bradford. 

6. William Janes, 1692-.... Abigail Loomis, 1691-1752. 

7. Abel Janes, 1644-1718. Mary Judd, 1658-1735. 

8. Sergt. William Judd -1690. Mary Steele, 1638-1718. 

9. Deacon Thomas Judd, 1608-1688. 

8. Seventh in descent from Sergt. William Judd of 
Farmington, Conn. Sergt. of the Farmington Military 
Co. 

For line of descent see Thomas Judd (No. 7). 

9. Eighth in descent from John Steele of Cambridge, 
Mass., and Hartford, and Farmington, Conn. Deputy 
from Cambridge to the First General Court of Mass. 1635 ; 
Member of Board of Magistrates to govern people of 
Conn. 1636; Member of First General Court of Conn., 

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which declared war against the Pequots 1637; Deputy 
from Hartford and Farmington from 1638 to 1659; Sec- 
retary of Conn. Colony 1636-37-38-39. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Deacon Thomas Judd (No. 7). 
9. John Steele -1665. Rachel , ....-1653. 

io. Sixth in descent from Rev. James Fitch of Say- 
brook, Norwich and Lebanon, Conn. First Minister of 
Saybrook and Norwich ; preached to the Indians in their 
own language and rendered valuable services in securing 
their fidelity; Chaplain of Conn, forces in King Philip's 
War under Major Treat 1675, and under Major Talcott 
1676; received a grant of land for his service. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Governor William Bradford. 
7. Rev. James Fitch, 1622-1702. Priscilla Mason, 1641-.. 

ii. Seventh in descent from Major John Mason of 
Norwich, Conn. An account of his life and public serv- 
ices will be found later in this volume. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Governor William Bradford. 

7. Rev. James Pitch, 1622-1702. Priscilla Mason, 1641-.... 

8. Major John Mason, 1600-1672. Ann Peck, 1619-.... 

12. Sixth in descent from Lieut. Nathan Fiske of 
Watertown, Mass. Lieut of Watertown Military Co. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Governor William Bradford. 
6. IJeut. Henry Fiske, 1706-1790. Mary Stone, 1715-.... 

6. Deacon Nathan Fiske, 1672-1741. Sarah Coolidge, 1678- 

7. Lieut. Nathan Fiske, 1642-1694. Elizabeth Fry -1696. 

13. Fifth in descent from Deacon Nathan Fiske of 
Watertown, Mass. Deputy from Watertown 1727-28- 

29-32. 

For line of descent see L/ieut. Nathan Fiske (No. 12). 

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14- Fourth in descent from Lieut. Henry Fiske of 
Watertown and Sturbridge, Mass. Lieut, of Colonial 
forces. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Governor William Bradford. 
5. Ldeut. Henry Fiske, 1706-1790. Mary Stone, 1715-.... 

15. Seventh in descent from Deacon John Whipple of 
Ipswich, Mass. Deputy from Ipswich many times be- 
tween 1640 and 1653. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Governor William Bradford. 

5. Lieut. Henry Fiske, 1706-1790. Mary Stone, 1715-.... 

6. B-avid Stone, 1672-1760. Mary Rice, 1674-.... 

7. Simon Stone, Jr., 1631-1708. Mary Whipple, 1634-1720. 

8. Deacon John Whipple, 1605-1669. Sarah , -1658. 

16. Sixth in descent from Simon Stone, Jr., of Wat- 
ertown, Mass. Deputy from Watertown many times be- 
tween 1678 and 1690. 

For line of descent see Deacon John Whipple (No. 15). 

17. Seventh in descent from John Coolidge of Water- 
town, Mass. Deputy from Watertown 1658. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Governor William Bradford. 

5. Lieut. Henry Fiske, 1706-1790. Mary Stone, 1715-.... 

6. Deacon Nathan Fiske, 1672-1741. Sarah Coolidge, 1678-1723. 

7. Ensign John Coolidge, 1630-1691. Hannah Livermore, - 

8. John Coolidge, 1604-1691. Mary ,....-.... 

18. Sixth in descent from Ensign John Coolidge of 
Watertown, Mass. Ensign in King Philip's War 1676. 

For line of descent see John Coolidge (No. 17). 

19. Seventh in descent from Edmund Rice of Sud- 
bury, Mass. Deputy from Sudbury 1640-43-52-53-54; 
Commissioner for Sudbury 1641-46-48. 

2, 8 and 4, same as descent from Gov. William Bradford. 

5. Lieut. Henry Fiske, 1706-1790. Mary Stone, 1715-.... 

6. David Stone, 1672-1750. Mary Rice, 1674-.... 

7. Joseph Rice, 1637-.... Mary Beers, 1643-1677. 

8. Edmund Rice, 1594-1663. Tamazine 1599-1654. 

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20. Sixth in descent from Joseph Rice of Marlboro, 
Mass. His dwelling house was fortified and used as a 
garrison during King Philip's War. 

For line of descent see Edmund Rice (No. 19). 

21. Seventh in descent from Capt. Richard Beers of 
Watertown, Mass. An account of his life and public 
services will be found later in this volume. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Edmund Rice (No. 19). 

8. Capt. Richard Beers, 1612-1675. Elizabeth , - 

22. Ninth in descent from Richard Warren of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. A Mayflower passenger and the twelfth 
signer of the Compact ; served under Capt. Miles Standish 
in the first encounter at Great Meadow Creek, December 
8th, 1620. 

2. Henry Clinton Jaynes, 1827- Almira L. Jacob, 1827-.... 

3. Nathan Janes, 1781-1869. Celinda Dexter, 1777-.... 

4. Luen Dexter, 1751-1838. Vashti Sturtevant, 1756-.... 

5. Zadock Sturtevant, 1724- Priseilla Howe, - 

6. Josiah Sturtevant, 1690- Hannah Church, 1719- 

7. Richard Church, 1668-.... Mary , - 

8. Nathaniel Church, - Sarah Barstow, - 

9. Sergt. Richard Church, 1608-1668. Elizabeth Warren -1670. 

10. Richard Warren -1628. Elizabeth Jouatt, ....- 

23. Eighth in descent from Sergt. Richard Church of 
Plymouth, Mass. Served in Pequot War under Lieut. 
William Holmes 1637; member of Plymouth Military 
Company 1643. 

For line of descent see Richard Warren (No. 22). 

24. Seventh in descent from Samuel Sturtevant of 
Plymouth Mass. Member of Plymouth Military Com- 
pany under Capt. Miles Standish 1643. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Richard Warren (No. 22). 

7. Samuel Sturtevant Jr., 1654-1736. Mercy 1653-1714. 

8. Samuel Sturtevant, 1622- Ann , - 

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25. Seventh in descent from Nicholas Jacob of Hing- 
ham, Mass. Deputy from Hingham 1648-49; Commis- 
sioner for Hingham 1646. 

2. Henry Clinton Jaynes, 1827-.... Almlra L. Jacob, 1827- 

3. Deacon Silas Jacob, 1785-1837. Lydta Pike, 1788-.... 

4. Whitman Jacob Jr., 1759-1825. Hannah Walker -1840. 

5. Rev. Whitman Jacob, 1727- Rebecca - 

6. Nathaniel Jacob, 1683-1772. Mary Whitman, ....-1774. 

7. Joseph Jacob, 1646-1708. Hannah ,1650-.... 

8. Nicholas Jacob -1657. Mary , -1681. 

26. Seventh in descent from Ensign John Whitman of 
Weymouth, Mass. First military officer at Weymouth 
and Ensign 1645 > Commissioner for Weymouth 1645-46; 
Messenger to Narragansetts 1654. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Nicholas Jacob (No. 25). 

7. Rev. Zachariah Whitman, 1644-1726. Sarah Alcock, 1650-1715. 

8. Ensign John Whitman, 1602-1692. Ruth -1662. 

27. Eighth in descent from George Alcock of Rox- 
bury, Mass. Deputy from Roxbury t 634-35-36-37. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Nicholas Jacob (No. 25). 

7. Rev. Zachariah Whitman, 1644-1726. Sarah Alcock, 1650-1715. 

8. Dr. John Alcock, 1627-1667. Sarah Palgrave, 1621-1665. 

9. George Alcock, -1640 Hooker, -1630. 

28. Eighth in descent from John Bridge of Cambridge, 
Mass. Deputy from Cambridge 1637-38-39-41. 

2. Henry Clinton Jaynes, 1827-.... Almira L. Jacob, 1827- 

3. Deacon Silas Jacob, 1785-1837. Lydia Pike, 1788-.... 

4. John Pike Jr., 1762- Beulah Bemis, - 

5. Abijah Bemis, 1722-.... Dinah Hagar, 1728-.... 

6. John Bemis, 1686- Ann Llvermore, 1690- 

7. Samuel Llvermore, 1640-1690. Ann Bridge, 1646-1727. 

8. Matthew Bridge -1700. Ann Danforth -1704. 

9. John Bridge, ....-1665. Elizabeth , ......... 

29. Seventh in descent from Matthew Bridge of Lex- 
ington, Mass. Member of Ancient and Honorable Ar- 
tillery Company 1643. 

For line of descent see John Bridge (No. 28). 
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30. Seventh in descent from Corporal John Livermore 
of New Haven, Conn. Corporal in New Haven Military- 
Company 1647. 

2 to 7, same as descent from John Bridge (No. 28). 

8. Corporal John Livermore, 1606-1684. Grace -1690. 

31. Eighth in descent from Nicholas Danforth of 
Cambridge, Mass. Deputy from Cambridge 1636-37. 

2 to 8, same as descent from John Bridge (No. 28). 

9. Nicholas Danforth, 1586-1638. Elizabeth , ....-1629. 

32. Seventh in descent from Thomas Flagg of Water- 
town, Mass. Member of Watertown Train Band; re- 
leased from Military Service April 5th, 1681, on account 
of advanced age. 

2 to 5, same as descent from John Bridge (No. 28). 

6. William Hagar 3rd -.... Mary Flagg, 1690- 

7. Michael Flagg. 1651-1711. Mary Bigelow, 1649-1701 

8. Thomas Flagg, 1616-1698. Mary 1619- .... 

33. Sixth in descent from Michael Flagg of Water- 
town, Mass. Served under Capt. Nathaniel Davenport 
in King Philip's War and took part in Great Swamp 
Fight December 19th, 1675. 

For line of descent see Thomas Flagg (No. 32). 

34. Seventh in descent from John Bigelow of Water- 
town, Mass. A volunteer in Pequot War 1637; served 
under Capt. Nathaniel Davenport in King Philip's War 
and took part in Great Swamp Fight, December 19th, 
1675- 

2 to 7, same as descent from Thomas Flagg (No. 32). 
8. John Bigelow, 1617-1703. Mary Warren -1691. 

35. Sixth in descent from William Hagar, Jr., of 
Watertown, Mass. Served under Capt. Nathaniel Daven- 

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port in King Philip's War and took part in Great Swamp 
Fight Dec. 19th, 1675. 

2 to 5, same as descent from John Bridge (No. 28). 

6. William Hagar 3rd, ......... Mary Flagg, 1690-.... 

7. William Hagar Jr., 1659-1731. Sarah Benjamin, 1663-1745. 

36. Eighth in descent from Ensign Thomas Bartlett 
of Watertown, Mass. Ensign of Watertown Military 
Company 1645. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from John Bridge (No. 28). 

5. John Pike - Mehitable Hayward, - 

6. Onesipherus Pike, - Mary Sanderson, 1701- 

7. John Sanderson, 1677- Hannah Stratton - 

8. Jonathan Sanderson, 1646-1735. Abial Bartlett, 1651-1723. 

9. Ensign Thomas Bartlett, 1594-1654. Hannah -1676. 

37. Sixth in descent from John Sanderson of Water- 
town, Mass. Deputy from Watertown 1711-1712. 

For line of descent see Ensign Thomas Bartlett (No. 36). 



JEWETT, STEPHEN. (Soc. No. 10). 
Faribault, Minn. 

Born May 20th, 1844, in New Haven, Conn. 
Unmarried. 

2. Henry Hatch Jewett, 1821-1849. Elizabeth S. Gregory, 1821-1850. 

3. Rev. Stephen Jewett, 1783-1861. Elizabeth Backus, 1789-1863. 

4. Erastus Backus, 1761-1791. Mary Fitch, 1761-.... 

5. Col. Eleazer Fitch, 1726-1796. Amy Bowen -.... 

6. Joseph Fitch, 1681-1741. Anne Whiting, 1698-1778. 

7. Rev. James Fitch, 1622-1702. Priscilla Mason, 1641-.... 

8. Major John Mason, 1600-1672. Anne Peck - 

Seventh in descent from Major John Mason of Conn. 
An account of his life and public services will be found 
later in this volume. 

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SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

1. Sixth in descent from Rev. James Fitch of Nor- 
wich and Saybrook, Conn. Chaplain in the Conn, forces 
during most of King Philip's War. He accompanied 
Maj. Treat's army Jan., 1676, and performed many im- 
portant services during the war in securing the fidelity 
of the Indians, in caring for them when they surren- 
dered and in many other ways. 

For line of descent see Maj. John Mason. 

2. Ninth in descent from Governor William Brad- 
ford of Plymouth, Mass. An account of his life and pub- 
lic services will be found later in this volume. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Maj. John Mason. 

7. Rev. Samuel Whiting -1725. Elizabeth Adams, 1681-1766. 

8. Rev. William Adams, 1650-1685. Alice Bradford, 1661-1745. 

9. Ma]. William Bradford, 1624-1704. Alice Richards -1671. 

10. Gov. William Bradford, 1588-1657. Alice South-worth -1623. 

3. Eighth in descent from Major William Bradford 
of Plymouth, Mass. An account of his life and public 
services will be found later in this volume. 

For line of descent see Gov. William Bradford (No. 2). 

4. Ninth in descent from Thomas Richards of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. Member of Ancient & Honorable Artil- 
lery Co. 1648. 

2 to 9 same as descent from Gov. William Bradford (No. 2). 
10. Thomas Richards - Wealthy Ann Lorlng, - 

5. Eighth in descent from Lieut. William Pratt of 
Saybrook, Conn. Served in the Hartford Co. during 
the Pequot War; Lieut, of the Saybrook Co. 1661 and 

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Lieut, of the same Co. during King Philip's War; Dep- 
uty for 13 years between 1666 and 1678. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Maj. John Mason. 

6. Nathaniel Backus, 1727-1787. Elizabeth Waterman, 1730-1765. 

6. Nathaniel Backus, 1704-1773. Hannah Baldwin, 1699-.... 

7. Nathaniel Backus, 1669-1728. Elizabeth Tracy, 1676-1739. 

a Lieut. William Backus, 1640-1721. Elizabeth Pratt, 1642-1730. 
9. Lieut. William Pratt, 1622-1678. Elizabeth Clark. 

6. Seventh in descent from Lieut. William Backus of 
Norwich and Saybrook, Conn. Sergt. in the Militia Co. 
of Norwich ; Ensign 1680 ; Lieut. 1693 ; Deputy 1680- 
83-84-89. 

For line of descent see Lieut. William Pratt (No. 5). 

7. Ninth in descent from Thomas Bourne of Marsh - 
field, Mass. Deputy from Marshfield 1640-45. 

2 to 7 same as descent from Lieut. William Pra1£ (No. 5). 

8. John Tracy, 1642-1702. Mary Winslow, 1646-1721. 

9. Josiah Winslow, 1606-1674. Margaret Bourne -1683. 

10. Thomas Bourne. - Elizabeth - 

8. Eighth in descent from Josiah Winslow of Marsh- 
field, Mass. Deputy from Marshfield 1642-46-47-59; 
Member of Council of War 1671. 

For line of descent see Thomas Bourne (No. 7). 

9. Seventh in descent from John Tracy of Norwich, 
Conn. Deputy from Norwich 1 694-97-98-99-1 701. 

For line of descent see Thomas Bourne (No. 7). 

10. Seventh in descent from John Lay, Jr., of Lyme, 
Conn. Served in King Philip's War and was wounded at 
Great Swamp Fight. 

2 to 6 same as descent from Lieut. William Pratt (No. 5). 

7. Thomas Baldwin, 1662-1741. Abigail Lay, 1673-.... 

8. John Lay, Jr., 1633-1696. Sarah -1702. 

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ii. Eighth in descent from Thomas Bir chard of Say- 
brook, Conn. Deputy from Saybrook 1650-51. 

2 to 6 same as descent from Lieut. William Pratt (No. 5). 

7. Thomas Baldwin, 1662-1741. Abigail Lay, 1673-.... 

8. John Baldwin - Hannah Birchard - — 

9. Thomas Birchard -1684. Mary -1655. 

12. Eighth in descent from Lieut. Thomas Tracy of 
Norwich and New London, Conn. Ensign of the First 
Train Band in Norwich 1666; Lieut, of the New Lon- 
don Co. Dragoons 1673; Commissary 1675; Deputy 17 
sessions between 1667 and 1684; Commissioner for Nor- 
wich 1678-81 and '84. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Lieut. William Pratt (No. 5). 

8. John Tracy, 1642-1702. Mary Winslow, 1646-1721. 

9. Lieut. Thomas Tracy, 1610-1685 Mason -.... 



13. Sixth in descent from Thomas Waterman of Nor- 
wich, Conn. Ensign of the Norwich Co. 1708. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Lieut. William Pratt (No. 5). 

6. John Waterman, 1672- Elizabeth Bassett - 

7. Thomas Waterman, 1644-1708. Miriam Tracy, 1649-.... 

14. Seventh in descent from Rev. John Whiting of 
Hartford, Conn. Chaplain of Hartford forces in King 
Philip's War 1675. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Maj. John Mason. 

7. Rev. Samuel Whiting, ....-1725. Elizabeth Adams, 1681-1766. 

8. Rev. John Whiting, 1635-1686. Sybil Collins -.... 

15. Eighth in descent from Richard Warren of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. A Mayflower passenger and the 12th 
signer of the Compact; served under Capt. Miles Stan- 
dish in the "first encounter" December 8th, 1620. 

2 and 3 same as descent from Major John Mason. 

4. Stephen Jewett, 1735-1823. Sarah Hatch, 1743-1814. 

6. Michael Hatch, - Priscilla Sprague, 1713- 

6. Jeremiah Sprague, 1682-1759. Priscilla Knight, 1685-1775. 

7. Anthony Sprague, 1636-1719. Elizabeth Bartlett -1713. 

8. Robert Bartlett, ....-1676. Mary Warren -.... 

9. Richard Warren, 1583-1628. Elizabeth Jouatt -1673. 

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1 6. Eighth in descent from Hon. Richard Miles of 
New Haven, Conn. Deputy from New Haven 1648-49; 
Clerk of Artillery 1648. 

2. Henry Hatch Jewett, 182] -1849. Elizabeth S. Gregory, 1821- 
1850. 

3. Francis Hoyt Gregory, 1789- Elizabeth Shaw - 

4. Moses Gregory, - Esther Hoyt, 1769-1855. 

5. Capt. Jabez Gregory, 1738-1821. Mercy St. John -.... 

6. Ebenezer Gregory, 1683-1761. Mary Pitch - 

7. Thomas Gregory, 1648-.... Elizabeth Pardee, 1660-.... 

8. George Pardee - Martha Miles - 

9. Hon. Richard Miles, -1667. Catherine , - 

17. Eighth in descent from John Bouton of Norwalk, 
Conn. Deputy from Nor walk many times between 1669 
and 1677. 

2, 3 and 4 same as descent from Hon. Richard Miles (No. 16) 

5. Asa Hoyt, 1744-.... Ruth Kellogg -.... 

6. Samuel Kellogg, 1706-1754. Ann , ......... 

7. Samuel Kellogg, 1673-.... Sarah Piatt, 1687-.... 

8. Daniel Kellogg, ....-1689. Bridget Bouton -.... 

9. John Bouton, - 

18. Seventh in descent from Daniel Kellogg of Nor- 
walk, Conn. Deputy from Norwalk 1670-79-80-83. 

For line of descent see John Bouton (No. 17). 

19. Eighth in descent from George Clark of Milford, 
Conn. Deputy from Milford eight times between 1666 
and 1676. 

2 to 7 same as descent from John Bouton (No. 17). 

8. John Piatt, - Hannah Clark, - 

9. George Clark -1690. 

20. Eighth in descent from Sergt. Walter Hoyt of 
Norwalk, Conn. Sergt. of Norwalk Train Band 1659; 
Deputy from Norwalk eight times between 1667 and 
1681. 

2 to 5 same as descent from John Bouton (No. 17). 

6. Nathan Hoyt, 1718-1799. Elizabeth Lockwood, 1721-.... 

7. Deacon Daniel Hoyt, 1681-1756. Elizabeth -.... 

8. Zerubbabel Hoyt, 1650-.... 

9. Walter Hoyt - — 



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JEWETT, WILLIAM PARKER. (Soc. No. 114). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born Aug. 25th, 1848, in Plainfield, Conn. 

Married first Mary Louise Bowe Feb. 5th, 1873 ; she died 

and he married Ella Petrie Lamb Aug. 29th, 1880. 

2. Dr. Charles Jewett, 1807-1879. Lucy Adams Tracy, 1811-1898. 

3. Fanning Tracy, 1773-1857. Lucy Adams, 1779-1817. 

4. Eliashib Tracy, 1748-1786. Zerviah Adams, 1749-1829. 

5. Phineas Tracy, 1721-1760. Mehitabel Adams, 1723-1809 

6. Eliashib Adams - Mehitabel Standish - — 

7. Miles Standish -1728. Mehitabel Adams - — 

8. Josiah Standish, 1634-1690. Sarah Allen -.... 

9. Capt. Miles Standish, 1584-1656. Barbara -.... 

Eighth in descent from Capt. Miles Standish of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. An account of his life and public services 
will be found later in this volume. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

No. I. Seventh in descent from Capt. Josiah Siandish 
of Duxbury and Bridgewater, Mass. Ensign at Duxbury 
1654; Lieut, at Bridgewater 1660; Capt. at Duxbury 
1682 ; Deputy from Duxbury many times between 1665 
and 1682; Member of Council of War 1658 and 1681. 

For line of descent see Capt. Miles Standish. 

2. Seventh in descent from Lieut. Thomas Adams of 
Chelmsford, Mass. Member of the Ancient and Hon- 
orable Artillery Co. 1644; Chief Sergt. of the Chelms- 
ford Military Co. 1659; Ensign 1678; Lieut. 1682; Com- 
missioner for Chelmsford 1667; Deputy from Chelms- 
ford 1673. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Capt. Miles Standish. 

5. Parker Adams, 1722- Freelove Fanning - 

6. Capt. Joseph Adams, 1683-1752. Eunice Spaulding, 1685-1726. 

7. Samuel Adams, 1653-1718. 

8. Lieut. Thomas Adams, 1612-1688. Mary Blackmer -.... 

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3. Fifth in descent from Capt. Joseph Adams of 
Canterbury, Conn. Lieut, of Canterbury Train Band 
1715 ; Capt. 1725 ; Deputy from Canterbury many times 
between 171 5 and 1743; Justice of the Peace from 1724 
to 1740. 

For line of descent see Lieut. Thomas Adams (No. 2). 

4. Seventh in descent from Lieut. Thomas Tracy of 
Norwich, Conn. Ensign ist Co. of Connecticut Militia 
1666; Lieut. New London County Dragoons 1672; Com- 
missary in King Philip's War ; Deputy from Norwich for 
twenty-seven sessions ; Commissioner for Norwich 1678 
and later. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Capt. Miles Standish. 

6. Solomon Tracy, 1688-1751. Sarah -1765. 

7. Dr. Solomon Tracy, 1651-1732. Sarah Bliss, - 

8. Lieut. Thomas Tracy, 1610-.... 

5. Sixth in descent from Dr. Solomon Tracy of Can- 
terbury, Conn. Ensign of Canterbury Co. 1700; Sergt. 
1 701 ; Lieut. 1702; Deputy from Canterbury for twenty 
sessions between 1698 and 171 7. 

For line of descent see Lieut. Thomas Tracy (No. 4). 

6. Fifth in descent from Solomon Tracy of Canter- 
bury, Conn. Deputy from Canterbury twenty-two ses- 
sions between 1726 to 1750. 

For line of descent see Lieut. Thomas Tracy (No. 4). 

7. Seventh in descent from Rev. James Fitch of Nor- 
wich, Conn. Chaplain of the Conn, forces in King Phil- 

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ip's War under Major Treat in 1675, and under Major 
Talcott in 1676. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Capt. Miles Standish. 

4. William Adams, 1752-1840. Phyllis Ensworth, 1753-1809. 

5. Phineas Adams -1789. Lydia Pitch, 1734-1817. 

6. Lieut. Col. Jabess Fitch, 1702-1784. Lydia Gale, 1700-1753. 

7. Major James Fitch, 1649-1727. Alice Bradford, 1661-1745. 

8. Rev. James Fitch, 1622-1702. Abigail Whitfield -.... 

8. Sixth in descent from Major James Fitch of Can- 
terbury, Conn. Capt. of Militia 1680; Sergt. Major of 
New London County Troops later; served in Indian 
wars and against the French 1702. 

For line of descent see Rev. James Fitch (No. 7). 

9. Fifth in descent from Lieut. Col. Jabez Fitch of 
Canterbury, Conn. Capt. 1740; Lieut. Col. Eleventh 
Reg. Conn. Militia 1771 ; Deputy from Canterbury 
many times between 1734 and 1775 ; Probate Judge from 
1759 to 1779. 

For line of descent see Rev. James Fitch (No. 7). 

10. Eighth in descent from Governor William Brad- 
ford of Plymouth, Mass. An account of his life and pub- 
lic services will be found later in this volume. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Rev. James Fitch (No. 7). 

8. Major William Bradford, 1624-1704. Alice Richards -1661. 

9. Gov. William Bradford, 1588-1657. Alice (Carpenter) South- 

worth, -1675. 

11. Seventh in descent from Major William Brad- 
ford of Plymouth, Mass. An account of his life and pub- 
lic services will be found later in this volume. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Rev. James Fitch (No. 7). 

8. Major William Bradford, 1624-1704. Alice Richards -1661. 



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JOHNSON, CHARLES WILLIAMSON. 
(Soc. No. 60.) 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born January 20th, 1845, ' n Johnstown, N. Y. 
Married Maria C. Bronson June 14th, 1875. 

2. William H. Johnson, 1814-1868. Harriet Livermore McCarthy, 

1819-.... 

3. John McCarthy, 1763-1832. Elizabeth Ker, 1774-1864. 

4. Nathan Ker, 1736-1804. Anna Livermore, 1743-1812. 

5. Samuel Livermore, 1701-1773. Hannah Brown, 1707-1762. 

Fourth in descent from Samuel Livermore of Waltham, 
Mass. Deputy from Waltham from 1745 to 1763 ex- 
cept 1748. 



SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Eighth in descent from John Bridge of Cambridge, 
Mass. Deputy from Cambridge 1637-38-39-41. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Samuel Livermore. 

6. Jonathan Livermore, 1678-1705. Rebecca Barnes, 1680-1765. 

7. Samuel Livermore, 1640-1690. Anna Bridge, 1646-1727. 

8. Matthew Bridge -1700. Anna Danforth, 1620-1704. 

9. John Bridge -1665. Elizabeth , — - — 

2. Seventh in descent from Matthew Bridge of Lex- 
ington, Mass. Member of the Ancient and Honorable 
Artillery Co. 1643. 

For line of descent see John Bridge (No. 1). 

3. Seventh in descent from Corporal John Livermore 
of Watertown, Mass., and New Haven, Conn. Cor- 
poral of New Haven Company 1647. 

2 to 7, same as descent from John Bridge (No. 1). 

8. Corporal John Livermore, 1606-1684. Grace 1690. 

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4. Eighth in descent from Nicholas Danforth of 
Cambridge, Mass. Deputy from Cambridge 1636-37. 

2 to 8, same as descent from John Bridge (No. 1). 

9. Nicholas Danforth, 1585-16X8. Elizabeth -1629. 

5. Fourth in descent from John Little of Schenectady, 
N. Y. Served under Capt. John Duncan in Grenadier 
Co. of Second Battalion, Albany County Militia 1767. 

2. William H. Johnson, 1814-1868. Harriet Llvermore McCarthy, 

1819-.... 

3. Oran Johnson, 1783-1835. Sarah Lobdell, 1793-1867. 

4. Abijah Lobdell -.... Mary Little -.... 

5. John Little, 1745-1822. Leah Crawford -.... 



KNAPP, HENRY ENO. (Soc. No. 88). 
Menomonie, Wis. 

Born March 14th, 1851, at Fort Madison, Iowa. 
Married Jessie Thomas June 12th, 1879. 

2. John Holly Knapp, 1825-1888. Caroline Maria Field, 1828-1854. 

3. John Holly Knapp, 1791-1837. Harriet Seely, 1792-1884. 

4. Jabez Knapp, 1754-1803. Hannah Holly -.... 

5. Caleb Knapp, 1731- Amy Rundell - 

6. Samuel Knapp, 1695-1751. Martha - 

Fifth in descent from Lieut. Samuel Knapp of Dan- 
bury, Conn. Lieut, of the Danbury Co. 1716; Deputy 
from Danbury same year. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

I. Sixth in descent from Capt. John Knapp of Stam- 
ford, Conn. Ensign of Stamford Train Band 1707; 
Lieut, of same Co. 1710; Capt. of the West Co. 1716; 
Deputy from Stamford 1714. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Lieut. Samuel Knapp. 

7. John Knapp, 1664-1749. Hannah Ferris, - 

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2. Seventh in descent from John Holly of Stratford 
and Greenwich, Conn. Deputy from Stratford 1670 and 
from Greenwich 1673. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Lieut. Samuel Knapp. 

4. Jonas Seely, 1752-1814. Elizabeth Sayre, 1753-1835. 

5. Eliphalet Seely, Jr., 1730- Sarah Scrivener, -.... 

6. Ensign Eliphalet Seely, 1701-.... Sarah Holly, 1705-.... 

7. Elisha Holly, 1659-.... Martha Holmes -.... 

8. John Holly, 1605-1681. Mary , ......... 

3. Sixth in descent from Elisha Holly of Stamford, 
Conn. Deputy from Stamford 1700-1-4. 

For line of descent see John Holly (No .2). 

4. Fifth in descent from Ensign Eliphalet Seely of 
Canaan, Conn. Ensign of Canaan Train Band 1743. 

For line of descent see John Holly (No .2). 

5. Seventh in descent from Zechariah Field of North- 
ampton and Hatfield, Mass. Served in the Pequot War 
and received a grant of land for his service. 

2. John Holly Knapp, 1825-1888. Caroline Maria Field, 1828-1854. 

3. Theodore Field, Jr., 1799-1873. Elmira Allen, 1802-1857. 

4. Theodore Field, 1769-1841. Kate Parker, 1773-1846. 

5. Capt. Seth Field, 1712-1792. Susanna Doolittle, 1726-1787. 

6. Capt. Zechariah Field, 1685-1746. Sarah Mattoon, ..-1752. 

7. Sergt. Samuel Field, 1651-1697. Sarah Gilbert, 1655-.... 

8. Zechariah Field, ....-1666. Mary Stanley - 

6. Fifth in descent from Capt. Zechariah Field of 
Northfield, Mass. Feb. 29th, 1704, Deerfield was attack- 
ed by the Indians and Sarah Mattoon, then a girl 17 years 
old was captured and carried to Canada. Zechariah Field 
was then Capt. of the Deerfield Co. which followed and 
fought the Indians on Deerfield Meadows in a brave but 
unsuccessful attempt to rescue the captives. Sarah Mat- 
toon was afterwards ransomed and he married her De- 

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cember 21st, 171 1. He served as Sergt. in Capt. Nathan- 
iel Kellogg's Co. in "Father Rasle's" war 1725 ; Captain 
1743- 

For line of descent see Zechariah Field (No. 5). 

7. Sixth in descent from Sergt. Samuel Field of Hat- 
field, Mass. Served as Sergeant under Capt. Turner in 
the fight at Turner's Falls and was killed by Indians June 
24th, 1697. 

For line of descent see Zechariah Field (No. 5). 

8. Fourth in descent from Capt. Seth Field of North- 
field, Mass. Served under Capt. Kellogg 1733; Capt. in 
Col. Israel William's Reg't. 1759; was active in defense 
of the frontier during French & Indian War. 

For line of descent see Zechariah Field (No. 5). 

9. Sixth in descent from Philip Mattoon of Spring- 
field and Deerfield, Mass. Served under Major Apple- 
ton in the Narragansett campaign and under Capt. Tur- 
ner in the fight at Turner's Falls. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Zechariah Field (No. 5). 

7. Philip Mattoon -1696. Sarah Hawks, 1657-1751. 

10. Eighth in descent from Deacon Samuel Chapin 
of Roxbury and Springfield, Mass. Was for many years 
appointed by the General Court of Mass. together with 
John Pynchon and Eleazer Holyoke to govern Spring- 
field. At its burning in King Philip's War he partici- 
pated in repelling the attack and for his services the Gen- 
eral Court granted him 200 acres of land, May 18th, 1664. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Zechariah Field (No. 5). 

8. Thomas Gilbert, ....-1662. Catherine Chapin -1712. 

9. Deacon Samuel Chapin, ....-1675. Cicely -1682. 

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ii. Seventh in descent from Sergeant Abraham Doo- 
little of New Haven and Wallingford, Conn. Deputy 
from Wallingford 1668-71-72-79-83-84. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Zechariah Field (No. 5). 

6. Rev. Benjamin Doolittle, 1696-1748. Lydia Todd, ......... 

7. John Doolittle, 1655-.... Mary Peck, - 

8. Sergt. Abraham Doolittle, 1619-1690. 

12. Fifth in descent from Rev. & Dr. Benjamin Doo- 
little of Northfield, Mass. Surgeon in the garrison at 
Fort Dummer and Ashulots ; combined the two profes- 
sions of theology and medicine and rendered efficient ser- 
vice as surgeon in the battles and skirmishes of the "Old 
French War." 

For line of descent see Sergt. Abraham Doolittle (No. 11). 

13. Eighth in descent from Corporal John Moss of 
New Haven and Wallingford, Conn. Deputy from New 
Haven 1667 to 1670; Deputy from Wallingford 1671- 
1673; Corporal 1642. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Sergt. Abraham Doolittle (No. 11). 

8. John Peck, 1638-1724. Mary Moss, 1647-1725. 

9. Corp. John Moss, 1604-1707. 

14. Seventh in descent from William Bradley of New 
Haven, Conn. Deputy from New Haven 1675-76. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Sergt. Abraham Doolittle (No. 11). 

7. Samuel Todd, 1645- Mary Bradley, 1653-.... 

8. William Bradley, -... Alice Prichard, - 

15. Seventh in descent from William Sabin of Reho- 
both, Mass. Deputy from Rehoboth 1657 and later. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Zechariah Field (No. 5). 

4. Moses Allen, 1773-1841. Olive Rich, 1775-1825. 

5. John Allen, 1732-.... Elizabeth Allen, 1743-1803. 

6. Nehemiah Allen, 1699-1785. Mary Parker -1771. 

7. Joseph Allen, 1652-1703. Hannah Sabin, 1654-1730. 

8. William Sabin, ....-1687. 



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LEWIS, GEORGE WINTHROP. (Soc. No. 32). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born June 7th, 1857, in Red Wing, Minn. 
Married Margaret Lee Feb. 14th, 1883. 

2. Martin Brown Lewis, 1820- Emma Harriet Williams, 

1826-.... 

3. John Livy Lewis, 1779-1863. Lora Brown, 1761-.... 

4. Rev. John Lewis, 1746-1792. Mary Hubbard, 1762-1786. 

5. Col. Leverett Hubbard, 1728-1794. Sarah Whitehead, 1729-1769. 

6. Col. John Hubbard, 1703-1773. Elizabeth Stevens, 1703-1744. 

7. Rev. John Hubbard, 1677-1705. Mabel Russell, 1677-1730. 

8. John Hubbard, 1648-1709. Ann Leverett, 1652-1719. 

9. Sir John Leverett, 1616-1679. Sarah Sedgwick - 

Eighth in descent from Maj. Gen. John Leverett. An 
account of his life and public services will be found later 
in this volume. 



SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Ninth in descent from Gov. John Haynes of Mas- 
sachusetts and Conn. Elected Governor of the Mass. 
Bay Colony May 6th, 1635. He afterwards removed 
to Conn, where he was Assistant 1639; Lieut. Gov. of 
the Colony of Conn, five years between 1640 and 1652, 
and Gov. of the Colony for eight years between 1639 
and 1653. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Maj. Gen. John Leverett. 

8. Rev. Daniel Russell, 1646-.... Mehitable Wyllis, 1658-1676. 

9. Samuel Wyllis, 1632-1709. Ruth Haynes, 1639-.... 

10. Gov. John Haynes, 1594-1653. Mabel Harlakenden, 1614-.... 

2. Ninth in descent iromGov. George Wyllis of Conn. 
Assistant 1639; Lieut. Gov. 1641 and the third Gov. of 
the Colony 1642. 

2 to 9, same as descent from Gov. John Haynes (No. 1). 
10. Gov. George Wyllys -1645. Mary 

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3. Eighth in descent from Gov. William Bradford, 
of Plymouth, Mass. An account of his life and public 
services will be found later in this volume. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Maj. Gen. John Leverett. 

7. Ensign Samuel Stevens, 1656-1712. Melatiah Bradford, -..., 

8. Maj. William Bradford, 1624-1703. Alice Richards -1671. 

9. Governor William Bradford, 1588-1657. Alice Carpenter, 1590- 

1670. 

4. Fourth in descent from Col. Leverett Hubbard of 
New Haven, Conn. Physician and Surgeon of Conn, 
forces in expedition to Crown Point 1756; Capt. 1st Co. 
2nd Reg. Conn. Forces 1768; Lieut. Col. later; Col. 1773. 

For line of descent see Maj. Gen. John Leverett. 

5. Ninth in descent from William Hubbard of Ips- 
wich Mass. Deputy from Ipswich, 1638 and 1646; As- 
sistant 1654. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Maj. Gen. John Leverett. 
9. Rev. William Hubbard, 1621-1704. Mary Rogers, 1628-1685. 
10. William Hubbard, 1594-1670. Judith Knapp, 1610-.... 

6. Fourth in descent from Capt. Eldad Lewis of 
Southington, Conn. Lieut, of Southington Train Band 
1748; Capt. 7th Co. 1st Conn. Reg. 1758; Member of 
Waterbury Co. which marched to the relief of Fort Wil- 
liam Henry 1757. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Maj. Gen. John Leverett. 
5. Capt. Eldad Lewis, 1711-1784. Jerusha Cowles -.... 

7. Eighth in descent from William Hopkins of 
Stratford, Conn. Assistant 1641 and 1642. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Maj. Gen. John Leverett. 

5. Capt. Eldad Lewis, 1711-1784. Jerusha Cowles, - 

6. Ensign Isaac Lewis, 1685-1761. Abigail Curtis -1727. 

7. William Lewis, 1656-1725. Phoebe Moore, 1669-1725. 

8. Capt. William Lewis -1690. Mary Hopkins, 1641-1728. 

9. William Hopkins, ......... 

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8. Seventh in descent from Capt. William Lewis of 
Farmington, Conn. Capt. of Farmington Military Co. 
1684; Deputy from Farmington 1689-90. 

For line of descent see William Hopkins (No. 7). 

9. Eighth in descent from Deputy Governor Roger 
Ludlow of Fairfield, Conn. An account of his life and 
public services will be found later in this volume. 

2. Martin Brown Lewis, 1820- EJmma Harriet Williams, 

1826- 

3. Britten Moores Williams, 1802-1840. Eliza Williams, 1805-1893. 

4. Richard Brewster Williams, 1780-1858. Margaret Marsh, 1781- 

1862. 

5. Jonas Williams, 1722- Abigail Brewster, - 

6. Samuel Brewster, 1718-1802. Mary Woods, - 

7. John Brewster, - 

8. Rev. Nathaniel Brewster, 1620-1690. Sarah Ludlow - 

9. Deputy Governor Roger Ludlow, 1590-1665 Endi- 

cott, ....- 



LIGHTNER, WILLIAM HURLEY. (Soc. No. 23). 

St.' Paul, Minn. 

Born May 3rd, 1856, in Reading Pa. 
Married Carrie Drake Oct. 29, 1885. 

2. Rev. Milton Clarkson Lightner, 1820-1880. Martha Hurley, 

1825-. ... 

3. Nathaniel Perree Lightner, 1787-1847. Maria EJlmaker, 1792- 

1823. 

4. John Adam Lightner, 1743-1798. Leah Ferree, 1757-1841. 

5. Joel Ferree, 1731-1801. Mary Copeland - 

6. Philip Ferree, 1687-1783. Leah Mary Dubois, 1687-1758. 

7. Abraham Dubois, 1659-1731. Margaret Deyo, - 

8. Louis Dubois, 1626-1695. Catherine Blancon - 

Seventh in descent from Louis Dubois of Esopus, Ul- 
ster Co., New York. Served in the rescuing expedition 
against the Indians after the massacre at Esopus, June 
7th, 1663. 

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SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

I. Sixth in descent from Abraham Du Bois of Eso- 
pus, N. Y. Served in Capt. Peter De Mont's Co. in 
regiment commanded by Col. Thomas Farmar 171 5; 
took part in second expedition against Canada, 1717. 

Poi" line of descent see Louis Du Bois. 



LITTLE, HENRY LYMAN. (Soc. No. 101). 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Born August 9th, 1857, in Boscawen, N. H. 
Married Erba Mond Carskaddon Dec. 26th, 1893. 

2. George Little, 1825-.... Louisa Little, 1836-1866. 

3. Simeon Bartlett Little, 1797-1874. Harriet Boyd, 1798-1850. 

4. Capt. Benjamin Little, 1760-1846. Rhoda Bartlett, 1765-1814. 

5. Enoch Little, 1728-1816. Hannah Hovey, 1734-1801. 

6. Tristram Little, 1681-1765. Sarah Dole, 1689-1780. 

7. Moses Little, 1657-1691. Lydla Coffin, ......... 

8. Tristram Coffin, 1632-1704. Judith Greenleaf, 1625-1705. 

9. Capt. Edmund Greenleaf, 1590-1671. Sarah Dole, ....-1663. 

Eighth in descent from Capt. Edmund Greenleaf of 
Newbury and Boston, Mass. Ensign 1639; Lieut. 1642 
to 1644; "Head of Militia" under Capt. Gerrish 1644 
and Capt. of the Newbury Co. 1645. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

I. Sixth in descent from Moses Little of Newbury, 
Mass. Served in King Philip's War and received a 
grant of land for his services. 

For line of descent see Capt. Edmund Greenleaf. 

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2. Sixth in descent from Richard Bartlett of New- 
bury, Mass. Deputy from Newbury 1679-80-81-84-85. 

2, 3 and 4, same a? descent from Capt. Edmund Greenleaf. 

5. Simeon Bartlett, 1722- Hannah Herbert - — 

6. Stephen Bartlett, 1691-.... Hannah Webster, 1692-.... 

7. Richard Bartlett, 1649-1724. Hannah Emery, 1654-.... 

3. Ninth in descent from John Tuttle of Ipswich, 
Mass. Deputy from Ipswich 1644; Member of Ancient 
and Honorable Artillery Company 1644. 

2. George Little, 1826-.... Louisa Little, 1836-1866. 

3. Simeon Bartlett Little, 1797-1874. Harriet Boyd, 1798-1850. 
4 Deacon James Boyd, 1768-1835. Frances Baldwin, 1771-1828. 

3. Nahum Baldwin, 1734-1788. Martha Low, 1734-1802. 

6. Isaac Baldwin 1700-.... Mary Flagg, 1702-.... 

7. Ebenezer Flagg, 1678-1746. Elizabeth Carter, 1680-.... 

8. Lieut. John Carter, 1653-.... Ruth Burnham, 1658- ... . 

9. Lieut. Thomas Burnham -1694. Mary Tuttle, 1635-.... 

10. John Tuttle, 1596-1656. Joanna -.... 

4. Eighth in descent from Lieut. Thomas Burnham of 
Ipswich, Mass. Ensign at Ipswich 1675; Lieut. 1683; 
Deputy from Ipswich 1683-84-85. 

For line of descent see John Tuttle (No. 3). 

5. Seventh in descent from Lieut. John Carter of Wo- 
burn, Mass. Member of Capt. Nathaniel Davenport's Co. 
in King Philip's War; Sergt. at Woburn 1682 and Lieut, 
from 1700 to 1727. 

For line of descent see John Tuttle (No. 3). 

6. Eighth in descent from Capt. John Carter of Wo- 
burn, Mass. Ensign at Woburn 1653 and Lieut. 1668; 
Capt. 1672; Capt. of the Woburn Co. in King Philip's 
War ; Commissioner for Woburn from 1664 to 1674. 

2 to 8, same as descent from John Tuttle (No. 3). 

9. Capt. John Carter, 1616-1692. Elizabeth 1613-1691. 

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7. Seventh in descent from Lieut. Ger shorn Flagg of 
Woburn, Mass. ist Lieut, under Capt. Wis wall in King 
William's War ; killed by Indians at Wheelwright Pond in 
Lee, N. H., July 6th, 1690. 

2 to 7, same as descent from John Tuttle (No. 3). 

8. Lieut. Gershom Flagg, 1641-1690. Hannah Leffingwell, 1648- 

8. Eighth in descent from Ezekiel Richardson of 
Charlestown, Mass. Deputy from Charlestown 1635. 

2 to 6, same as descent from John Tuttle (No. 3). 

7. Henry Baldwin, Jr., 1664-1739. Abigail Piske, 1674-.... 

8. Henry Baldwin, -1698. Phoebe Richardson, 1632-1716. 

9. Ezekiel Richardson -1647. Susanna - 



9. Seventh in descent from Lieut. David Fiske of 
Lexington, Mass. Lieut, at Lexington for many years; 
Deputy from Lexington 1689. 

2 to 6, same as descent from John Tuttle (No. 3). 

7. Henry Baldwin, Jr., 1664-1739. Abigail Fiske, 1674-.... 

8. Lieut. David Fiske, 1624-1711. Seaborn Wilson -1721. 

10. Eighth in descent from Tristram Coffin of Salis- 
bury, Newbury and Nantucket, Mass. A Royalist and 
one of the few early settlers of Newbury who came to 
America on account of the successes of Cromwell ; Com- 
missioner for Salisbury 1655. In 1659 ne vvith others 
purchased of Governor Mayhew the island of Nantucket, 
the consideration named being "Thirty pounds and two 
Beaver hats, one for myself and one for my wife." The 
first Chief Magistrate of the Island of Nantucket ap- 
pointed by Governor Lovelace of N. Y., June 19th, 1671, 
and again by Sir Edmund Andros 1677. 

2. George Little, 1825-.... Louisa Little, 1836-1866. 

3. Enoch Little, 1802-1875. Appiah (Coffin) Coggswell -.... 

4. Lieut. Thomas Coffin, 1777-1853. Hannah Kilbourne, ....-1835. 

5. Capt. Peter Coffin, 1722-.... Rebecca Hazleton, 1741-.... 

6. John Coffin. 1691-1762. Judith Greenleaf, 1692-1762. 

7. Nathaniel Coffin, 1669-1749. Sarah (Brocklebank) Dole 1668-1750. 
S. Lieut. Tristram Coffin, 1632-1704. Judith (Greenleaf) Somerby, 

1625-1705. 

9. Tristram Coffin, 1609-1681. Dionis Stevens, 

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ii. Seventh in descent from Lieut. Tristram Coffin 
of Newbury, Mass. Lieut, of the Newbury Military Co. 
1683; Deputy from Newbury 1695-1700-02. 

For line of descent see Tristram Coffin (No. 10). 

12. Sixth in descent from Nathaniel Coffin of New- 
bury, Mass. Deputy from Newbury 1719-20; Member 
of the Council 1730. 

For line of descent see Tristram Coffin (No. 10). 

13. Seventh in descent from Capt. Samuel Brockle- 
bank of Sudbury, Mass. Capt. of the Rowley Company 
Essex County Regiment 1673 ; took an active part in 
King Philip's War and was in command of garrison and 
military operations near Marlboro. April 21st, 1676, 
he and his company joined the company of Capt. Wads- 
worth and were ambushed by Indians near Sudbury, both 
Captains and most of their men being killed. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Tristram Coffin (No. 10). 

8 Capt. Samuel Brocklebank, 1628-1676. Hannah - 



14. Seventh in descent from Capt. Stephen Green- 
leaf of Newbury, Mass. Ensign of the Newbury Mili- 
tary Company 1670; Lieut. 1685; Capt. of Newbury 
Company in expedition to Canada under Sir William 
Phipps 1600, and was drowned at Port Royal during his 
service on this expedition ; Deputy from Newbury 1676- 
86. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Tristram Coffin (No. 10). 

7. Edmund Greenleaf, 1670-1740. Abigail Somerby, 1670-.... 

8. Capt. Stephen Greenleaf, 1628-1690. Elizabeth Coffin -1678. 

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15. Seventh in descent from Hannaniah Ordway of 
Newbury, Mass. His dwelling house at Newbury was 
fortified as a garrison during the Indian Wars. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Tristram Coffin (No. 10). 

6. Lieut. Thomas Hazleton, 1707-.... Joanna Hills, 1717- 

7. Benjamin Hills, 1684-1762. Rebecca Ordway, 1690-1769. 

8. Hannaniah Ordway, 1665-1758. Abigail - 



16. Sixth in descent from Benjamin Hills of Chester, 
N. H. Deputy from Chester 1745. 

For line of descent see Hannaniah Ordway (No. 15). 

17. Fifth in descent from Lieut. Thomas Hazleton of 
Chester, N. H. Lieut, of Capt. James Todd's Co. in 
regiment commanded by Col. Peter Gilman in expedi- 
tion to Crown Point 1755. 

For line of descent see Hannaniah Ordway (No. 15). 

18. Eighth in descent from Capt. Joseph Hills of 
Charlestown, Maiden and Newbury, Mass. Commis- 
sioner for Charlestown 1645 ; Deputy from Charlestown 
1647 ; Speaker of the House 1647 ; Deputy from Maiden 
many years between 1650 and 1664; Deputy from New- 
bury 1667-69 ; Capt. of Militia at Maiden for many years. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Tristram Coffin (No. 10). 

6. Lieut. Thomas Hazleton, 1707- Joanna Hills, 1717- 

7. Benjamin Hills. 1684-1762. Rebecca Ordway, 1690-1769. 

8. Samuel Hills, 1652-.... Abigail Wheeler, 1656-.... 

9. Capt. Joseph Hills, 1602-1688. Anne ( ,) Lunt -.... 



19. Ninth in descent from William Fiske, Sr., of 
Wenham, Mass. Deputy from Wenham 1647-49-50-52. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Tristram Coffin (No. 10). 

5. Bliphalet Kilbourne, 1752-1844. Mary Thurlow -.... 

6. Jededlah Kilbourne, Jr., 1725-1820. Hannah Platts, 1729-.... 

7. Cornet Jedediah Kilbourne, 1699-1759. Susanna Fiske -1764. 

8. Joseph Fiske, 1672-1745. Susan Warner, 1676-1742. 

9. Lieut. William Fiske, 1643-1728. Sarah Kilham, 1649-1737. 
10. William Fiske, Sr., 1613-1654. Bridget Muskett -.... 

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20. Eighth in descent from Lieut. William Fiske of 
Wenham, Mass. Ensign at Wenham 1683; Lieut, 
later; Deputy from Wenham 1701-04-11-14. 

For line of descent see William Fiske, Sr., (No. 19). 

21. Sixth in descent from Cornet Jedediah Kilboume 
of Rowley, Mass. Cornet of Capt. John Pearson's 
Troop of Horse 1757. 

For line of descent see William Fiske, Sr., (No. 19). 

22. Seventh in descent from Nicholas Noyes of New- 
bury, Mass. Commissioner for Newbury 1654-57; Dep- 
uty from Newbury 1660-79-80. 

2. George Little, 1825-.... Louisa Little, 1836-1866. 

3. Enoch Little, 1802-1875. Appiah (Coffin) Coggswell -.... 

4. Enoch Little, 1763-1848. Polly Noyes, 1771-1833. 

5. James Noyes, 1745-1831. Jane Little, 1746-1792. 

6. Capt. James Noyes, 1705-1757. Sarah Little, 1708-1757. 

7. James Noyes, 1657-.... Hannah Knight, 1664-.... 

8. Nicholas Noyes, 1614-1701. Mary Cutting -.... 



McLEAN, JOHN, M. D. (Soc. No. 51). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born June 23rd, 1854, in Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Married Jane Elizabeth Riley April 27th, 1881. 

2. Nathaniel Collins McLean, 1818- Caroline Thew Burnet, 

1820-1856. 

3. Judge Jacob Burnet, 1770-1853. Rebecca Wallace, 1778-1867. 

4. Robert Wallace, - Rebecca Chambers, 1751-1834. 

5. Dr. David Chambers -.... Edith Claypoole, 1723-1800. 

6. Joseph Claypoole, 1677-1744. Edith Ward -1736. 

7. James Claypoole, 1634-1687. Helena Merces -1688. 

Sixth in descent from James Claypoole of Philadelphia, 
Pa. Member of the Assembly for Philadelphia Co. 1686. 
Registrar General of the Province 1686. 



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*MAYO, CHARLES EDWIN. (Soc. No. 25). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born October 26th, 1827, in Brewster, Mass. 
Married Caroline E. Fitch, May 7th, 1861. 

2. Jeremiah Mayo, 1786-1867. Mary Paddock Clark, 1791-1877. 

3. Asa Mayo, 1755-1823. Sarah Seabury, 1760-1835. 

4. Thomas Mayo, 1725-1778. Elizabeth Wing, 1729-1816. 

5. Joseph Mayo, 1696-1774. Abigail Myrick, -.... 

6. John Mayo, 1656-1726. Hannah Freeman, 1665-1744. 

7. Capt. John Freeman, 1627-1719. Mercy Prence, 1631-1711. 

8. Governor Thomas Prence, 1600-1673. Patience Brewster - 

1634. 

Seventh in descent from Governor Thomas Prence of 
Plymouth, Mass. Served in Pequot War 1637; Gov- 
ernor of Plymouth Colony 1634 and 1638, and from 1657 
to 1672. 

^Deceased. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Sixth in descent from Capt. John Freeman of 
Eastham, Mass. Capt. of a company in King Philip's 
War 1675 ; Member of Council of War 1667 and 106; 
Deputy from Eastham many years ; Governor's Assist- 
ant. 

For line of descent see Governor Thomas Prence. 

2. Fifth in descent from John Mayo of Harwich, 
Mass. Deputy from Harwich many times. 

For line of descent see Governor Thomas Prence. 

3. Seventh in descent from John Alden of Plymouth, 
Mass. A Mayflower passenger and the 7th signer of the 
Compact; Member of Capt. Miles Standish Co. 1643; 
Assistant 1632 to 1640 and from 1650 to 1687 ; Deputy 

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1640 to 1650; member of the Council of War 1646-53-58- 
67; Treasurer 1656-57-58; Deputy Governor 1664-65-67. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Governor Thomas Prence. 

4. Iehabod Seabury, 1734-1788. Temperance (Pearce) Gibbs, 1724- 

1793. 

5. Joseph Seabury, 1678-1755. Mary Ladd, 1699-1734. 

6. Samuel Seabury, 1640-1681. Martha Pabodie, 1652-.... 

7. William Pabodie, 1614-1707. Elizabeth Alden, 1623-1717. 

8. John Alden, 1599-1687. Priscilla Mullins -.... 

4. Eighth in descent from Commissary Constant 
South-worth of Duxbury, Mass. Served as a volunteer 
in Pequot War and Commissary in King Philip's War; 
Governor's Assistant nine years ; Treasurer of Plymouth 
Colony sixteen years ; Deputy from Duxbury seventeen 
years. 

2. Jeremiah Mayo, 1786-1867. Mary Paddock Clark, 1791-1877. 

3. Isaac Clark, 1761-1819. Temperance Sears, 1764-1859. 

4. Kimball Clark, 1734-1801. Mary Paddock, 1739-1789. 

5. Ebenezer Paddock, 1704-1767. Mary Sears, 1708-1791. 

6. John Sears. 1678-1738. Priscilla Freeman, 1686-1764. 

7. Samuel Freeman, Jr., 1662-1744. Elizabeth Sparrow - 

8. Samuel Freeman, Sr., 1638-1712. Mercy Southworth, - 

9. Commissary Constant South-worth, 1614-1679. Elizabeth Col- 

lier -.... 

5. Seventh in descent from Thomas Clarke of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. First volunteer from Plymouth for the 
Pequot War; Deputy from Plymouth 1651-55. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Commissary Constant South- 
worth, (No. 4). 

5. Seth Olark, 1709-.... Huldah Doane, 1707-.... 

6. Thomas Clarke, 1672-1759. Sarah Gray, -1727. 

7. Andrew Clarke, 1635-1706. Mehitable Scotto, 1648-1712. 

8. Thomas Clarke, 1605-1697. Susanna Ring - 

6. Sixth in descent from Lieut Jonathan Sparrow of 
Eastham, Mass. ist Lieut, of Capt. John Gorham's 

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Company in King Philip's War, and took part in Great 
Swamp Fight December 19th, 1675; Deputy from East- 
ham to General Court of Plymouth, and also to General 
Court at Boston after the union of the Colonies. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Commissary Constant South- 
worth (No. 4). 

4. Edmund Sears, 1712-1796. Hannah Crowell, 1725-1822. 

5. Paul Sears, 1669-1740. Mercy Freeman, 1674-1747. 

6. Thomas Freeman, 1653-1716. Rebecca Sparrow, 1655-1741. 

7. Lieut. Jonathan Sparrow, 1630-1706. Rebecca Bangs, 1635- 



MITCHELL, REV. EDWARD CRAIG. (Soc. No. 34). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born July 21st, 1836, in St. Louis, Mo. 

Married Louisa C. Fernald May 9th, 1865 ; she died, and 

he married Annie Iungerich July 8th, 1876. 

2. Edward Phillips Mitchell, 1S12-1880. Elizabeth "Virginia Tyn- 

dale, 1812-1866. 

3. Robinson Tyndale, 1775-1842. Sarah Biles Thorn, 1792-1859. 

4. William Biles Thorn, 1766-1796. Elizabeth Hutchins, 1769-.... 

1832. 

5. Thomas Thorn, 1733-1801. Susannah Biles -1806. 

6. William Biles, 3d -.... Ann Stevenson, 1704-1734. 

7. William Biles, 2nd, ......... Sarah Langhorne -.... 

8. William Biles -1710. Johannah - — 

Seventh in descent from William Biles of Delaware 
and Pa. A signer of the Great Charter of Pa. ; Member 
of the First Council of Pa. 1683; Member of Assembly 
from Buck's Co. 1686-89-94-96-1704-08-10; Treasurer 
1 684- 1 704; Judge of Court of Inquiry 1700. 

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SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Eighth in descent from Capt. William Lawrence 
of Newtown, N. Y. Capt. of Queen's County Militia 
1665 to 1680; commanded Flushing Foot Co. at the sur- 
render of New York by the Dutch 1673 ; served as Mag- 
istrate under the Dutch and held both civil and military 
offices upon Long Island under the English. 

2 to 6, same as descent from William Biles. 

7. Thomas Stevenson, 3rd, 1673-1719. Sarah (Jennings) Penning- 

ton, -.... 

8. Thomas Stevenson, 2nd, 1648- Elizabeth Lawrence, - 

1686. 

9. Capt. William Lawrence, 1623-1680. 

2. Sixth in descent from Thomas Stevenson yd, of 
Buck's County, Pa. Member of Provincial Assembly 
from Buck's Co. 1710 to 1719. 

For line of descent see Capt. William Lawrence (No. 1). 

3. Seventh in descent from Samuel Jennings of Bur- 
lington, N. J. Deputy Governor of West Jersey 1680- 
81-82; Gov. of West Jersey 1683-84 and member of the 
West Jersey Assembly 1685 ; Member of the Council of 
Proprietors of West Jersey 1687; Receiver General of 
Pa. 1690; Member of Governor's Council West Jersey 
1702 ; Speaker of New Jersey Assembly 1707. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Capt. William Lawrence (No. 1) 
8. Samuel Jennings, ....-1708. Ann Olive - 



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*MONFORT, DELOS ABRAM. (Soc. No. 44). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born April 6th, 1835, in Hamden, N. Y. 
Married Mary Jane Edgerton March 29th, i860. 

2. Jared Goodrich Monfort, 1810-1864. Loretta Fuller, 1808-1876. 

3. Abram Monfort, 1783-1822. Eleanor Goodrich, 1785-1851. 

4. Jared Goodrich, 1745-1831. Zilla Betts -.... 

5. Elnathan Goodrich, 1718-.... Elizabeth Showers -.... 

6. William Goodrich 3d, 1686-1743. Margaret Orvis, 1687-.... 

7. William Goodrich 2d, 1661-1737. Grace Riley -.... 

8. Ensign William Goodrich -1676. Sarah Marvin, 1632-1702. 

Seventh in descent from Ensign William Goodrich of 
Wethersfield, Conn. Ensign of Wethersfield Military 
Co. 1663 ; Deputy from Wethersfield 1660 to 1666. 
^Deceased. 



MONFORT, FREDERICK DELOS. (Soc. No. 45). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born March 6th, 1868, in St. Paul, Minn. 

Unmarried. 

2. Delos Abram Monfort, 1835-1899. Mary Jane Edgerton, 1834-.... 

3. Jared Goodrich Monfort, 1810-1864. Loretta Fuller, 1808-1876. 

4. Abram Monfort, 1783-1822. Eleanor Goodrich, 1785-1851. 

5. Jared Goodrich, 1745-1831. Zilla Betts, ......... 

6. Elnathan Goodrich, 1718- Elizabeth Showers, - 

7. William Goodrich 3d, 1686-1743. Margaret Orvis, 1687-.... 

8. William Goodrich 2d, 1661-1737. Grace Riley -.... 

9. Ensign William Goodrich -1676. Sarah Marvin, 1632-1702. 

Eighth in descent from Ensign William Goodrich of 
Wethersfield, Conn. Ensign of the Wethersfield Co. 
1663 ; Deputy from Wethersfield from 1660 to 1666. 

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SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Ninth in descent from Governor Thomas May hew. 
An account of his life and public services will be found 
later in this volume. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Ensign William Goodrich. 

4. Nathan Puller, Jr., 1772-1845. Chloe Williams, 1772-1847. 

5. Nathan Fuller, Sr., 1738-1811. Phoebe Harris, 1740-1822. 

6. Abiel Fuller, 1713-1783. Beulah Daggett, 1719-1808. 

7. Mayhew Daggett, 1686-1752. Joanna Biven, 1687-.... 

8. John Daggett, 1662-1724. Sarah Norton -.... 

9. Thomas Daggett, 1630-1691. Hannah Mayhew, 1635-1722. 
10. Gov. Thomas Mayhew, 1592-1682. Grace Paine, ......... 

2. Ninth in descent from Governor William Brad- 
ford of Plymouth, Mass. An account of his life and 
public services will be found later in this volume. 

2. Delos Abram Monfort, 1835-1899. Mary Jane Bdgerton, 1834-. ... 

3. Brastus Edgerton, 1785-1837. Sophronia Willis, 1794-1869. 

4. Nathan Edgerton, 1763-1821. Sarah Belcher -.... 

5. Nathan Edgerton, 1734-.,.. Lucy Smith, 1735-.... 

6. Peter Edgerton, 1705- Hannah Ripley, 1708-1751. 

7. Samuel Bdgerton, 1670-1748. Alice Ripley, 1683-1768. 

8. Joshua Ripley, 1658-1739. Hannah Bradford, 1662-1738. 

9. Major William Bradford, 1624-1693. Alice Richards, ....-1671. 
10. Gov. William Bradford, 1588-1657. Alice Carpenter -1670. 

3. Eighth in descent from Major William Bradford 
of Plymouth Mass. An account of his life and public 
services will be found later in this volume. 

For line of descent see Gov. William Bradford (No. 2). 

4. Sixth in descent from Lieut. Jeremiah Ripley of 
Windham, Conn. Ensign of the Windham Co. 1720; 
Lieut, of the same Co. 1722 ; Deputy from Windham 
1719-20-22-25. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Gov. William Bradford (No. 2). 
7. Lieut. Jeremiah Ripley, 1662-1737. Mary Gager, -1731. 

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5. Seventh in descent from Joshua Ripley of Wind- 
ham, Conn. Deputy from Windham for 19 years be- 
tween 1699 and 1722; Commissioner from Windham 
1693 and many times afterwards. 

For line of descent see Gov. William Bradford (No. 2). 

6. Seventh in descent from Lieut. Joshua Wills of 
Windsor, Conn. Lieut, of the Windsor troop 1698. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Gov. William Bradford (No. 2). 

4. Azariah Willis, 1772-1810. Diadamia Douglas, 1775-1872. 

5. Col. Solomon Wills, 1731-1807. Elizabeth Lathrop, 1740-.... 

6. Capt. Joshua Wills, 1700-1767. Millicent Yeomans -1737. 

7. Joshua Wills, 2d, 1672-.... Elizabeth Skinner, 1669-.... 

8. Lieut. Joshua Wills, 1647-1721. Azubah Lamson -1676. 

7. Fifth in descent from Capt. Joshua Wills 
of Tolland, Conn. Lieut of the Tolland Co. 165 1 ; Capt. 
1656; Deputy from Tolland 13 years between 1749 and 
1764. 

For line of descent see Lieut. Joshua Wills (No. 6). 

8. Fourth in descent from Col. Solomon Wills of 
Tolland, Conn. Ensign of 12th Co. 1st Conn. Reg't. 
1758; 2nd Lieut, of 7th Co. same Reg't. 1759; 1st 
Lieut, of 4th Co. same Reg't 1761 ; 1st Lieut, of 2nd Co. 
same Reg't. 1762; Capt. of the South Co. of Tolland 
1770; served in campaign in Cuba 1762 acting as Capt. 
in the Reg't commanded by Capt. Israel Putnam ; of 98 
men but 22 returned, and from the Tolland contingent 
of 27 men only 4 returned ; served as Sergeant in Capt. 
Stoughton's Co. of Tolland 1756 and 1757 under Col. 
Schuyler and Maj. Israel Putnam in the Crown Point 
and Ft. Wm. Henry expeditions; Deputy from Tolland 
23 times ; Associate Judge of the County Court for seven 
years. 

For line of descent see Lieut. Joshua Wills (No. 6). 
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9. Ninth in descent from Hugh Calkins of Gloucester, 
Mass., and New London, Conn. Deputy from Glouces- 
ter 1650-51; Deputy from New London six years be- 
tween 1654 and 1660, and from Norwich six years be- 
tween 1663 and 1 67 1 ; on committee at New London to 
raise men for the impending war 1653. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Lieut. Joshua Wills (No. 6). 

5. William Doug-las, 1743-1811. Hannah Cole, 1741-1795. 

6. Asa Douglas, 1715-1792. Eebeoca Wheeler, 1718-1809. 

7. William Douglas, 3d, 1672-1719. Sarah Proctor, -.... 

8. William Douglas, 2d, 1645-1725. Abiah Hough, 1648-1715. 

9. William Hough -1683. Sarah Calkins -.... 

10. Hugh Calkins, 1600-1690. Anne -.... 

io. Eighth in descent from Commissary William 
Douglas of New London, Conn. Commissary in King 
Philip's War 1676; Deputy from New London 1672. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Hugh Calkins (No. 9). 

9. Commissary William Douglas, 1611-1682. Anne Matties, 1610- 

1685. 

11. Seventh in descent from Capt. Joseph Lathrop 
of Barnstable, Mass. Lieut, of the Barnstable Co. 1668 ; 
Capt. of the same Co. 1683 ; a Member of the Council of 
War 1 68 1, and again 1685 ; Deputy from Barnstable 15 
years between 1666 and 1690. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Lieut. Joshua Wills (No. 6). 

6. John Lathrop, 1699-1752. Anne -.... 

7. Hope Lathrop, 1671-1736. Elizabeth , 1677-1763. 

8. Joseph Lathrop, 1624-1702. Mary Ansell, - 

12. Ninth in descent from Matthew Marvin of Nor- 
walk, Conn. One of the pioneers and original settlers of 
Hartford and also of Norwalk; Deputy from Norwalk 
1654- 

2 to 9, same as descent from Ensign William Goodrich. 

10. Matthew Marvin, 1600-1680. Elizabeth , ....-1687. 

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13- Ninth in descent from Corporal John Daggett of 
Rehoboth, Mass. Corporal at Edgartown 165 1 ; Deputy 
from Rehoboth 1648; Assistant for Martha's Vineyard 
1655 \ one °f ^e original proprietors of Rehoboth and 
also of Edgartown. 

2 to 9, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Mayhew (No. 1). 
10. Corp. John Daggett -1673. 

14. Tenth in descent from Edmund Hobart of Hing- 
ham, Mass. Deputy from Hingham 1639-40-42. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Gov. William Bradford (No. 2). 

9. John Ripley -1684. Elizabeth Hobart, 1632-1692. 

10. Peter Hobart, 1604-.... 

U. Edmund Hobart, 1570-1646. Margaret Dewey, ......... 

15. Ninth in descent from Robert Titus of Rehoboth, 
Mass. Deputy from Rehoboth 1648-49-50; Commis- 
sioner 1648-49-50-54. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Mayhew (No. 1). 

7. John Puller, 1674- Joanna Shepardson, -.... 

8. John Puller, 1647-1676. Abigail Titus, 1652- 

9. John Titus, 1627-1689. Rachel , ....-1658. 

10. Robert Titus, 1600-.... Hannah , ....-1679. 

1 6. Sixth in descent from Mayhew Daggett of Attle- 
boro, Mass. Deputy from Attleboro 1736-37-41-42-44-46. 

For line of descent see Gov. Thomas Mayhew (No. 1). 

17. Eighth in descent from Rev. John Lathrop of 
Barnstable, Mass. Minister at Scituate 1634; first min- 
ister of Barnstable 1639 ; member of Barnstable Military 
Company under Capt. Thomas Dimmock 1643. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Capt. Joseph Lathrop (No. 11). 
9. John Lathrop, 1684-1653. 



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MOORE, ALBERT RANDELL. (Soc. No. 27). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born September 14th, 1869, in Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Married Caroline Eloise Weed June 23d, 1898. 

2. James Elbert Moore, 1847-1894. Eliza Adrianna Randell, 1846- 



3. James Lent Moore, 1820- Rachel Ostrander - — 

4. David Moore, Jr., 1791-1860. Mary Brinkerhoff, 1795-.... 

5. David Moore, Sr., 1756-1823. Jemima Hallett, ....-1846. 

6. John Moore, 1721-1806. Patience Moore, 1722-.... 

7. Samuel Moore, Jr., ....-1758. Charity Hallett, 1685-.... 

8. Capt. Samuel Moore, 1662-1717. Mary Reed -1738. 

Seventh in descent from Capt. Samuel Moore of New- 
town, Queen's Co., Long Island. Lieut, of Newtown Mili- 
tia ; Commissioned Capt. 1689 ; served in expedition 
against the Indians after the burning of Schenectady, 
Feb. 8th, 1690. 



SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Eighth in descent from Rev. John Moore of South- 
ampton, L. I. Deputy from Southampton 1644; Com- 
missioner for Southampton 1644. 

2 to 8, same as descent from CaDt. Samuel Moore. 
9. Rev. John Moore, -1657. 

2. Seventh in descent from Lieut. Joseph Sackett of 
Newtown, L. I. Lieut, of Capt. Samuel Moore's Co. in 
Newtown 1689. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Capt. Samuel Moore. 

8. Lieut. Joseph Sackett, 1656-1719. Elizabeth Betts - 



2-lb 



3. Eighth in descent from William Hallett, Sr., of 
Flushing, L. I. Deputy from Flushing 1664; Magis- 
trate for Flushing 1662-64. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Capt. Samuel Moore. 

6. Samuel Hallett, -1798. Jemima Betts, - 

7. Joseph Hallett, 1677-1750. Lydia Blaokwell, ......... 

8. Capt. William Hallett, 1647-1729. Sarah Woolsey -.... 

9. William Hallett, Sr., 1616-1706. 

4. Seventh in descent from Capt. William Hallett of 
Newtown, L. I. Capt. of a Foot company at Newtown. 

For line of descent see William Hallett, Sr., (No. 3). 

5. Eighth in descent from Capt. Richard Betts of 
Newtown, L. I. Capt. of the Newtown Militia 1663; 
Member of New York Provincial Assembly from New- 
town 1656-63-64-73. 

1 2 to 5, same as descent from Capt. Samuel Moore. 

6. Samuel Hallett -1798. Jemima Betts -.... 

7. Capt. Daniel Betts -1759. Mary Pish, 1687-1757. 

8. Thomas Betts, ....-1709. Mary Whitehead, ......... 

9. Capt. Richard Betts, 1613-1713. Joanna , - 

6. Sixth in descent from Capt. Daniel Betts of New- 
town, L. I. Capt. of the Newtown Company of New 
York Militia 1738. 

For line of descent see Capt. Eichard Betts (No. 5). 

7. Eighth in descent from Capt. Daniel Whitehead of 
Newtown, L. I. Capt. of Militia in support of Major 
Ingoldsby against Leisler 1691 ; Member of Assembly 
from Queen's County 1691-1704. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Capt. Richard Betts (No. 5). 

9. Capt. Daniel Whitehead, 1646-1704. Abigail Stevenson, ......... 



8. Tenth in descent from Capt. Jan Strycker 
of New Amsterdam and Midwout, L. I. Member of Great 

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Landtag, New Amsterdam 1664; member of Hempstead 
convention 1665 ; Schepen 1673 ; Capt. of Midwout Mil- 
itary Company 1673 ; Deputy to Great Conference at 
New Orange 1674. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Capt. Samuel Moore. 

5. George Brinkerhoff, 1773-1830. Rebecca Berrien, — - — 

6. Abraham Berrien, 1751-1830. Mary Moore, -1788. 

7. Richard Berrien, 1726-1802. Grace Riker, 1729-1771. 

8. Cornelius Berrien, 1698-1767. Sarah Hallett, 1704-1797. 

9. John Berrien, 1698-.... Ruth Edsall, ....-1711. 

10. Cornells Jansen Berrien -1689. Jannetie Strycker - — 

11. Capt. Jan Strycker, 1615-1697. 

9. Eighth in descent from J oris Jansen de Rapalie of 
Breuckelen (Brooklyn), N. Y. Representative for Com- 
monalty 1641 ; one of the "Twelve men" 1641 ; Magis- 
trate for Breuckelen 1641-55-56-57-60-62. 

2. James Elbert Moore, 1847-1894. Eliza Adrianna Randell, 1846-. . 

3. William Randell, - Adrianna Morrell, - 

4. William Morrell, 1772-1846. Catherine Debevoise, 1778-.... 

5. Johannes Debevoise, 1742-1812. Adrianna Remsen, -1812. 

6. Jans Debevoise, 1704-1777. Jane Rapelje, 1707-1781. 

7. Ldeut. Joris Rapelje, 1675-1741. Agnes Berrien, 1675-1756. 

8. Ensign Daniel Rapalje, 1650-1725. Sarah Klock, 1652-1731. 

9. Joris Jansen de Rapalie, - Catalyntie Trico, 1605-1689. 

10. Seventh in descent from Ensign. Daniel Rapalje 
of Breuckelen (Brooklyn), N. Y. Ensign of the 
Breuckelen militia 1673. 

For line of descent see Joris Jansen de Rapalie (No. 9). 

11. Sixth in descent from Lieut. Joris Rapelje of 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Lieut, of His Majesty's forces in 
Queen's County, N. Y. 

For line of descent see Joris Jansen de Rapalie (No. 9). 



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MYERS, WALTER FREDERICKS. (Soc. No. 82). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born June 30th, 1853, in Hempstead, L. I. 
Married Mary Frances Hovey Oct. 7th 1875. 

2. James Myers, 1810-1897. Mary Skidmore Wright, 1809-1885. 

3. Peter M. Myers, 1777-1815. Mary Van Schoonhoven -.... 

4. Michael Myers, 1753-1814. Catherine Herter, 1758-1839. 

5. Capt. Henry Herter, 1730-1822. Catherine Piper, 1734-1802. 

Fourth in descent from Capt. Henry Herter of Herki- 
mer Co., N. Y. Served in the French and Indian War, 
was captured by the Indians and carried to Canada 1757. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Seventh in descent from Ensign Alexander Bryan 
of Milford, Conn. Ensign at Milford 1665; Commis- 
sioner for Milford 1666 and Governor's Assistant 1678. 

2. James Myers, 1810-1897. Mary S. Wright, 1809-1886. 

3. Benjamin Wright, 1809-1886. Martha Harriman, 1789-1853. 

4. James Harriman - Magdalen Skinner, ......... 

5. Stephen Harriman - 

6. Rev. John Harriman, 1647-1705. Hannah Bryan, 1654- 

7. Richard Bryan, ....- Mary Pantry -.... 

8. Ensign Alexander Bryan, 1602-1679. Ann Baldwin, ....-1661. 

2. Fifth in descent from Rev. John Harriman of Eliz- 
abeth, N. J. Deputy from Elizabeth 1693-94-95-98; 

Speaker 1694 and later. 

For line of descent see Ensign Alexander Bryan (No. 1). 



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NOYES, CHARLES PHELPS. (Soc. No. 5.) 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born in Lyme, Connecticut, April 24th, 1842. 
Married Emily Hoffman Gilman Sept. 1st, 1874. 

2. Col. Daniel Rogers Noyes, 1793-1877. Phoebe Griffin Lord, 1797- 

1875. 

3. Lt. Col. Thomas Noyes, 1754-1819. Lydia Rogers, 1760-1798. 

4. Col. Joseph Noyes, 1727-1802. Barbara Wells, 1734-1814. 

5. Capt. Thomas Noyes, 1679-1755. Elizabeth Sanford, 1680-1762. 

6. Gov. Peleg Sanford, 1639-1701. Mary Coddington, 1654-1693. 

7. Gov. William Coddington, 1601-1678. Ann Brinley, 1628-1708. 

Sixt hin descent from Gov. William Coddington of 
Rhode Island. An account of his life and public services 
will be found later in this volume. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Sixth in descent from Thomas Stanton of Boston, 
Mass., and Hartford and Stonington, Conn. He served 
in the Pequot War as an Indian Interpreter and soldier; 
was Court Interpreter 1638 and thereafter for many 
years; as Interpreter General assisted the ministers who 
preached to Indians and translated Pierson's Catechism 
into the Indian language; Deputy Magistrate 165 1 ; 
County Commissioner 1655 to 1676; Deputy to the Gen- 
eral Assembly of Conn. 1666 to 1674. 

2, 3, 4 and 5, same as descent from Gov. William Coddington. 

6. Rev. James Noyes, 1640-1719. Dorothy Stanton, 1651-1743. 

7. Thomas Stanton, 1615-1676. Ann Lord -1688. 

2. Fourth in descent from Capt. Thomas Noyes of 
Stonington, Conn. Captain of the First Train Band in 
Stonington; Deputy 1713, 1717, 1718, 1725, 1729 and 
1733- 

For line of descent see Governor William Coddington. 
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3- Sixth in descent from Peter Tollman of Newport 
and Portsmouth, R. I. Deputy from Portsmouth 1662 
and 1665 ; Deputy from Warwick 1661 ; General Solic- 
itor for the Colony of Rhode Island 1661 ; Commissioner 
for Warwick and Portsmouth 1661 and 1662. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Gov. William Coddington. 

4. William Rogers, 1709-1772. Sarah Sanford, 1723-1776. 

5. John Rogers, Jr., 1668-1727. Sarah Lawton, 1676-1731. 

6. Isaac Lawton, 1650-1732. Elizabeth Tallman -1701. 

7. Peter Tallman -1708. Ann - 

4. Fifth in descent from Gov. Peleg Sanford, of 
Newport, R. I. Assistant 1667 and for many years 
thereafter; Deputy 1670 and 1677; General Treasurer 
of the Colony from 1678 to 1681 ; Governor of Rhode Is- 
land from 1680 to 1683; was sent to England as agent 
for the Colony 1677 and again 1683 ; was appointed 
a member of Sir Edmund Andros' Council in 1687 but 
declined to serve; Capt. of a Troop of Horse July 24th, 
1667 ; Major 1679 and Lieut. Col. 1687. 

For line of descent see Gov. William Coddington. 

5. Fifth in descent from Rev. James Noyes, First 
Pastor of the First Church of Stonington, Conn. 
Senior member of the first board of trustees of Yale 
College and one of its founders ; Chaplain of the force un- 
der command of Capt. George Dennison that captured 
Canonchet, Chief Sachem of the Narragansett Indians 
April, 1676. The General Court of Conn, voted him 200 
acres of land for important services rendered in that ex- 
pedition. 

2, 3, 4 and 5, same as descent from Gov. William Coddington. 

6. Rev. James Noyes, 1640-1719. Dorothy Stanton, 1651-1743. 

6. Sixth in descent from John Sanford of Boston, 
Mass., and Portsmouth, R. I. Cannoneer for the Fort 

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at Boston 1634, and again 1636 ; Sergeant at Portsmouth, 
R. I., 1640; Lieut. 1644; Secretary, Treasurer, Gen- 
eral Recorder and Assistant to the General Court of 
Rhode Island 1647 to ^49 ; Chief Magistrate or "Presi- 
dent" of Portsmouth and Newport 1653. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Gov. William Coddington. 
7. John Sanford, ....-1653. Bridget Hutchinson, 1618-1698. 

7. Seventh in descent from William Hutchinson 
of Boston, Mass., and Portsmouth, R. I. Deputy 
from Boston 1635 and 1636, and with his noted wife Ann 
(Marbury) Hutchinson was banished from Mass. in 1637. 
One of the original proprietors of the Island of 
Aquidneck and one of the founders of the Rhode Island 
Colony; Chief Magistrate 1639 (title changed to Gov- 
ernor 1640). 

2 to 6, same as descent from Gov. William Coddington. 

7. John Sanford -1653. Bridget Hutchinson, 1618-1698. 

8. William Hutchinson, 1586-1642. Ann Marbury, 1600-1643. 

8. Sixth in descent from Deputy Governor James 
Barker of Rhode Island. One of the patentees in the 
Royal Charter of Rhode Island granted by Charles II, 
1663; Deputy Governor 1678 and 1679; Assistant 1663 
and many years thereafter; Deputy twelve times be- 
tween 1667 and 1686; Corporal 1644; Ensign 1648. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Gov. William Coddington. 

5. James Wells, 1706-1778. Mary Barker -.... 

6. Peter Barker, ....-1725. Susanna Peckham, ....-1733. 

7. James Barker, 1623-1702. Barbara Dungan, 1628-.... 

9. Sixth in descent from Lieut. Matthew Griswold of 
Saybrook and Lyme, Conn. Deputy from Saybrook 1654 ; 
from Lyme 1667, 1668, 1669, 1671, 1672, 1673, 1674 and 

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from 1677 to 1685 inclusive (17 years in all) ; Commis- 
sioner 1669; Lieut, of the Lyme Train Band 1677. 

2. Col. Daniel Rogers Noyes, 1793-1877. Phoebe Griffin Lord, 

1797-1875. 

3. Joseph Lord, 1757-1812. Phoebe Griffin, 1768-1841. 

4. George Griffin, 1734-1814. Eve Dorr, 1733-1814. 

5. Edmund Dorr, 1692- Mary Griswold, 1694-1776. 

6. Matthew Griswold, 2nd, 1653-1715. Phoebe Hyde, 1663-1704. 

7. Lieut. Matthew Griswold, 1620-1698. Ann Woleott, 1620-1700. 

io. Fifth in descent from Matthew Griswold, Jr., of 
Lyme, Conn. Deputy from Lyme 1696, 1704 and 1707- 
8-10; Commissioner for Lyme 1696-97. 

For line of descent see Mathew Griswold (No. 9). 

1 1. Seventh in descent from Henry Woleott, of Wind- 
sor, Conn. Member of the first General Court of Massa- 
chusetts Bay Colony ; removed to Windsor, Conn., 1635 ; 
Deputy from Windsor 1639; elected to the House of 
Magistrates 1643 an d re-elected each year until his 
death 1655. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Matthew Griswold (No. 9). 

8. Henry Woleott, 1578-1655. Elizabeth Saunders, 1574-1655. 

12. Sixth in descent from Thomas Hawley of Rox- 
bury, Mass. In Capt. Cowell's Co. of Dragoons and 
was killed in the Sudbury fight April 2ist 1676. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Matthew Griswold (No. 9). 

6. Edward Dorr, 1648-1734. Elizabeth Hawley, 1656- 

7. Thomas Hawley -1676. Elizabeth (Harbottle) Lamb - 

1699. 

13. Fifth in descent from Isaac Lawton of Ports- 
mouth, R. I. Assistant 1690 and 1691 ; Deputy from 
Portsmouth eight times between 1696 and 1708. 

For line of descent see Peter Tallman (No. 3). 
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14- Sixth in descent from Thomas Lawton of Ports- 
mouth, R. I. Deputy 1666; Commissioner from Ports- 
mouth to the Court of Commissioners 1655-56-58 and 61. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Peter Tallman (No. 3). 
7. Thomas Lawton -1681. 

15. Fifth in descent from Capt. John Rogers, of New- 
port, R. I. Deputy from Newport 1678, 1701-3-4-5; As- 
sistant 1705-7-9-10-11-12; Speaker of the House of Dep- 
uties 1705; Capt. 1 70 1. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Peter Tallman (No. 3). 
6. John Rogers, 1641-1716. Elizabeth -1676. 

16. Fourth in descent from John Rogers, Jr., of New- 
port, R. I. Deputy from Newport from 1709 to 1714; 
Ensign 1714. 

For line of descent see Peter Tallman (No. 3). 

17. Sixth in descent from Elder Pardon Tillinghast 
of Providence, R. I. Deputy from Providence 1672, 
1680, 1690, 1694, 1697 and 1700; Pastor of the First 
Baptist Church in Providence (1681) of which church 
Roger Williams was the first pastor. After having serv- 
ed many years he built a church at his own expense and 
gave it to his people who for more than 50 years had 
worshipped in a grove. He was then nearly 90 years of 
age and still their pastor. Was said to have served in 
Cromwell's Army. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Gov. William Coddington. 
i. William Rogers, 1709-1772. Sarah Sanford, 1723-1776. 

5. Joseph Sanford, 1698-1765. Lydia Odlin, 1701-1781. 

6. John Odlin, 1666-1738. Lydia Tillinghast, 1665-1707. 

7. Pardon Tillinghast, 1622-1718. Lydia Taber, 1640-1720. 

18. Fifth in descent from John Odlin of Newport, 
R. I. Deputy from Newport 1724. 

For line of descent see Elder Pardon Tillinghast (No. 17). 
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19. Seventh in descent from Philip Taber of Water- 
town and Yarmouth, Mass., and Portsmouth and Provi- 
dence, Rhode Island. Deputy from Yarmouth to the 
first Assembly of Plymouth Colony 1639-40 ; Deputy from 
Portsmouth to the Rhode Island Assembly 1660 to 1663. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Elder 'Pardon Tlllinghast (No. 17). 
8. Philip Taber, 1605-1672. Lydia Masters, 1605-1669. 

20. Sixth in descent from John Watson of North 
Kingston, R. I. Deputy from North Kingston to the 
General Court of Rhode Island in 1690. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Gov. William Coddington. 

5. James Wells, 1706-1778. Mary Barker, ......... 

6. Peter Wells, Jr., 1681-1732. Ann Watson -1728. 

7. John Watson, -1728. Dorcas Gardiner, - 



2i. Seventh in descent from George Gardiner of 
Newport, R. I. Ensign 1644; Senior Sergeant 1642; 
Deputy or Commissioner to General Court held at War- 
wick 1662. 

2 to 7, same as John Watson (No. 20). 

8. George Gardiner, ....-1677. Herodias (Long) Hicks -.... 



22. Sixth in descent from Deputy Governor Francis 
Willoughby of Boston and Charlestown, Mass. Repre- 
sentative to the General Court of Mass. 1649 and 1650; 
Assistant 1650 and 165 1. He returned to England and 
through the influence of his friend, Sir Henry Vane, 
then President of the Council of State in England, was 
appointed by the Crown "Commissioner of Portsmouth" 
1651 and "Admiralty Commissioner" 1654; elected mem- 
ber of Parliament for Portsmouth 1658, the last Parlia- 
ment of the Commonwealth. He returned to New Eng- 

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land and was Assistant 1662 ; Deputy Governor of Mass. 
Colony from 1665 until his death 1671 ; Ensign in Militia 
and member of Ancient and Honorable Artillery Co. 

2. Col. Daniel Rogers Noyes, 1793-1877. Phoebe Griffin Lord, 

1797-1875, 

3. Joseph Lord, 1757-1812. Phoebe Griffin, 1768-1841. 

4. Capt. Enoch Lord, 1725-1814. Hepsibah Marvin, 1731-1813. 

5. Richard Lord, 1690-1776. Elizabeth Lynde, 1694-1778. 

6. Nathaniel Lynde, 1659-1729. Susanna Willoughby, 1664-1709. 

7. Francis Willoughby, 1613-1671. Margaret Locke Taylor - 

1682. 

23. Fifth in descent from Judge Nathaniel Lynde of 
Boston, Mass., and Saybrook, Conn. Deputy from Say- 
brook 1694 to 1698 and from 1700 to 1706; Commission- 
er of Conn. Colony 1690 to 1697; Judge of the Quorum 
1698 to 1706; The "first Treasurer of the Infant Col- 
lege'' (afterwards called Yale) and in 1703 gave house 
and land for the use of the College "so long as it should 
remain at Saybrook." 

For line of descent see Francis Willoughby (No. 22). 

24. Fifth in descent from Lieut. Richard Lord of 
Lyme, Conn. Ensign in the Lyme Train Band 1703; 
commissioned Lieut, in the New London County Co. 1708 
for services in Queen Anne's War; Judge of the "Peace 
and Quorum" (Court of Common Pleas or County 
Court) 1705; Auditor of the Colony 1706; received a 
grant of land 1701 for service in King Philip's War. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Francis Willoughby (No. 22). 
6. Lieut. Richard Lord, 1647-1727. Elizabeth Hyde, 1660-1736. 

25. Fourth in descent from Judge Richard Lord of 
Lyme, Conn. Deputy 1729 and for many years there- 
after; Judge of the Quorum 1740 and held this office 
many years. 

For line of descent see Francis Willoughby (No. 22). 
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26. Sixth in descent from Judge Simon Lynde of Bos- 
ton, Mass. Member of the Ancient and Honorable Ar- 
tillery Co. ; served in Capt. Oliver's Co. in King Philip's 
War ; Judge of Court of "Pleas and Sessions" 1686 ; As- 
sistant Justice Superior Court 1687; Member of Andros' 
Council 1688. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Francis Willoughby (No. 22). 
7. Simon Lynde, 1624-1687. Hannah Newdigate, 1635-1684. 

27. Seventh in descent from George Clark of Mil- 
ford, Conn. Deputy from Milford 1666 and many times 
thereafter; one of the original proprietors of Milford. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Francis Willoughby (No. 22). 

5. Joseph Marvin, 1703-1791. Jane Lay, 1706-1795. 

6. John Marvin, 1664-1711. Sarah Graham, 1670-1760. 

7. Lieut. Remold Marvin, 1633-1676. Sarah Clark, 1644-1715. 

8. George Clark -1690. Sarah -1690. 

28. Sixth in descent from Lieut. Reinold Marvin, of 
Lyme, Conn. Sergeant of the Train Band at Saybrook 
1661; Lieut, later; Deputy 1670 and 1672 to 1676. 

For line of descent see George Clark (No. 27). 

29. Fifth in descent from John Lay, Jr., of Lyme, 
Conn. Served as a volunteer in the "Great Swamp 
Fight" 1675, where he was badly wounded. He was 
commonly called "the Drummer," having had in later 
life, assigned to him the responsible office of calling the 
people together for worship and of giving the alarm in 
case of danger. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Lieut. Reinold Marvin (No. 28). 
6. John Lay, Jr -1711. Joanna -.... 

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30. Sixth in descent from Ensign Joseph Peck, of 
Lyme ,Conn. Deputy from Lyme 1690-1691 and 1695 
to 1706, serving in all 13 years; Auditor of the Colony 
1700; Ensign of the Lyme Train Band 1678. 

2. Col. Daniel Rogers Noyes, 1793-1877. Phoebe Griffin Lord, 1797- 

1875. 

3. Joseph Lord, 1757-1812. Phoebe Griffin, 1768-1841. 

4. George Griffin, 1734-1814. Eve Dorr, 1733-1814. 

5. Lemuel Griffin, 1707-1788. Phoebe Comstock, 1705-1790. 

6. Jasper Griffin, Jr., 1675-1728. Ruth Peck, 1676- 

7. Ensign Joseph Peck, 1640-1718. Sarah , 1636-1726. 



NOYES, DANIEL ROGERS. ( Soc. No. 30) . 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Born in Lyme Conn. Nov. 10th 1836. 
Married Helen A. Oilman Dec. 4th, 1866. 

2. Col. Daniel Rogers Noyes, 1793-1877. Phoebe Lord, 1797-1875. 

3. Lieut. Col. Thomas Noyes, 1754-1819. Lydia Rogers, 1760-1798. 

4. Col. Joseph Noyes, 1727-1802. Barbara "Wells, 1734-1814. 

5. Capt. Thomas Noyes, 1670-1755. Elizabeth Sanford, 1680-1762. 

6. Gov. Peleg Sanford, 1639-1701. Mary Coddington, 1654-1693. 

7. Gov. William Coddington, 1601-1678. Ann Brinley, 1628-1708. 

Sixth in descent from Gov. William Coddington of 
Rhode Island. An account of his life and public services 
will be found later in this volume. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

As the further record of Daniel Rogers Noyes is iden- 
tical with that of his brother Charles Phelps Noyes (Soc. 
No. 5) already given it is not repeated at this point. 



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PEAVEY, FRANK HUTCHISON. (Soc. No. 96). 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Born January 18th, 1850, in Eastport, Maine. 
Married Mary Dibble Wright Oct. 19th, 1872. 

2. Albert Daniel Peavey, 1823-1859. Mary Drew, 1823-.... 

3. Charles Peavey - Elizabeth Johnson, -.... 

4. James Peavey, - Mary Nutter, ....- 

5. John Nutter, 1721-1776. Anna Simes, 1727-1793. 

6. Hatevll Nutter, ....-1745. Sarah -.... 

7. Lieut. Anthony Nutter, 1630-1685. Sarah Langstaff, ...... ... 

Sixth in descent from Lieut. Anthony Nutter of Dover 
and Newington, New Hampshire. Corporal at Dover 
1667 ; Lieut. 1678 and again 1683 ; Deputy from Dover 
in 1674 and 1676 and King's Councillor 1682. 



PEET, EMERSON WILLIAM. (Soc. No. 66). 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Born October 16th, 1834, in Euclid, Ohio. 

Married Emma Jane Fellows April 2nd, 1862; she died 

and he married Amelia Kilbourne Eastman Jan. 17th, 

1872. 

2. Stephen Peet, 1797-1855. Martha Denison, 1796-1878. 

3. Amos Denison, 1756-1835. Hannah Williams, 1753-1829. 

4. Capt. Joseph Denison, Jr., 1707-1795. Bridget (Noyes) Wheeler, 

1725-1772. 

5. Joseph Denison. Sr., 1682-.... Prudence Miner, 1688-1726. 

6. George Denison, Jr., 1652-1711. Mercy Gorham, 1658-1725. 

7. Capt. George Denison, 1618-1694. Ann Boradel, 1615-1712. 

Sixth in descent from Capt. George Denison of Ston- 
ington, Conn. Capt. New London County forces in King 
Philip's War; second in command to Major Robert Treat 

2S8 



in Great Swamp Fight ; in command of forces that captur- 
ed Canonchet, the Chief Sachem of the Narragansett In- 
dians April, 1676; Deputy from Stonington for fifteen 
years. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Fifth in descent from George Denison, Jr., of Wes- 
terly, R. I. Served in King Philip's War and was one 
of the "Narragansett Grantees"; Deputy from Westerly 
1707. 

For line of descent see Capt. George Denison. 

2. Third in descent from Capt. Joseph Denison, Jr., of 
Stonington, Conn. Ensign Stonington Train Band 1740; 
Lieut. 1749; Capt. 1750; Deputy from Stonington many 
times between 1738 and 1767. 

For line of descent see Capt. George Denison. 

3. Seventh in descent from William Denison of Rox- 
bury, Mass. Deputy from Roxbury 1635. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Capt. George Denison. 

8. William Denison -1653. Margaret -1646. 

4. Eighth in descent from John Tilley of Plymouth, 
Mass. A Mayflower passenger and the 16th signer of the 
compact; in "first encounter" Great Meadow Creek De- 
cember 8th, 1620. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Capt. George Denison. 

7. Capt. John Gorham, 1621-1676. Desire Howland -1683. 

8. John Howland, 1592-1673. Elizabeth Tilley, 1607-1687. 

9. John Tilley -1621. 

5. Seventh in descent from John Howland of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. A Mayflower passenger and a signer of 
the Compact. In "first encounter" at Great Meadow 

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Creek December 8th, 1620; in command of Kennebec 
Trading Post 1634; Deputy from Plymouth 1641 and 
later; Assistant 1633-35. 

For line of descent see John Tllley (No. 4). 

6. Sixth in descent from Capt. John Gorham of Swan- 
sea, Mass. Deputy 1653 ; Capt. of Second Co. of Plymouth 
Colony Reg't. under Major William Bradford at Great 
Swamp Fight; died in service, from fever, at Swansea 
and buried there Feb. 5, 1676. 

For line of descent see John Tllley (No. 4). 

7. Seventh in descent from William Hutchinson of 
Boston, Mass., and Portsmouth, R. I. Deputy from 
Boston 1635 and 1636, and with his noted wife, Ann 
Hutchinson, was banished from Mass. in 1637. One of 
the original proprietors of the Island of Aquidneck and 
one of the founders of the Rhode Island Colony; Chief 
Magistrate 1639 (title changed to Governor 1640). 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Capt. George Denison. 

5. Capt. Thomas Noyes, 1579-1755. Elizabeth Sanford, 1680-1762. 

6. Gov. Peleg Sanford, 1639-1701. Mary Coddington, 1654-1693. 

7. Lieut. John Sanford, ....-1653. Bridget Hutchinson, 1619-1698. 

8. William Hutchinson, 1586-1642. Ann Marbury, 1600-1643. 

8. Fifth in descent from Gov. Peleg Sanford of New- 
port, R. I. Capt. of Troop of Horse 1667; Major 1679; 
Lieut. Col. 1687; Commissioner to England 1677 and 
again 1683 ; General Treasurer 1678 to 1681 ; Governor 
from 1680 to 1683; Judge of the Admiralty Court 1697. 

For line of descent see William Hutchinson (No. 7). 

9. Sixth in descent from Lieut. John Sanford of Bos- 
ton, Mass., and Portsmouth, R. I. Cannoneer for fort 
at Boston 1634-36; Surveyor of Arms and ammunition 

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1636; one of the founders of Rhode Island; Sergt. of 
Portsmouth Co. 1640; Lieut. 1644; Secretary, Treasurer, 
General Recorder and Assistant 1647 t0 l( H9; Chief 
Magistrate of Portsmouth and Newport 1653, 

For line of descent see William Hutchinson (No. 7). 

io. Sixth in descent from Thomas Stanton of Boston, 
Mass., and Hartford and Stonington, Conn. He served 
in the Pequot War as an Indian Interpreter and soldier; 
was Court Interpreter 1638 and thereafter for many 
years; as Interpreter General assisted the ministers who 
preached to Indians and translated Pierson's Catechism 
into the Indian language; Deputy Magistrate 1651; 
County Commissioner 1655 to 1676; Deputy to the Gen- 
eral Assembly of Conn. 1666 to 1674. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Capt. George Denison. 

5. Capt. Thomas Noyes, 1679-1755. Elizabeth Sanford, 1680-1762. 

6. Rev. James Noyes, 1640-1719. Dorothy Stanton, 1651-1743. 

7. Thomas Stanton, 1615-1676. Ann Lord -1688. 

II. Fifth in descent from Rev. James Noyes of Ston- 
ington, Conn. First Pastor of the First Church of Ston- 
ington; Senior member of the first board of trustees of 
Yale College and one of its founders; Chaplain of the 
force under command of Capt. George Denison that cap- 
tured Canonchet Chief Sachem of the Narragansett In- 
dians April, 1676. The General Court of Conn, voted 
him 200 acres of land for important services rendered in 
that expedition. 

For line of descent see Thomas Stanton (No. 10). 
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12. Fourth in descent from Capt. Thomas Noyes of 
Stonington, Conn. Capt. of the First Train Band in 
Stonington; Deputy 1713-17-18-25-29-33. 

For line of descent see Thomas Stanton (No. 10). 

13. Sixth in descent from Governor William Codding- 
ton of Newport, R. I. An account of his life and pub- 
lic services will be found later in this volume. 

2 to 6, same as descent from William Hutchinson, (No. 7). 
7. Gov. "William Coddington, 1601-1678. Ann Brinley, 1628-1708. 

14. Seventh in descent from Walter Palmer of Char- 
lestown and Rehoboth, Mass., and Stonington, Conn 
Deputy from Rehoboth 1645-47. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Capt. George Denlson. 

6. Dr. Joseph Miner, 1636-1712. Mary Avery, 1648- 

7. Capt. Thomas Miner, 1608-1690. Grace Palmer, ....-1690. 

8. Walter Palmer -1662. 

15. Sixth in descent from Capt. Thomas Miner of 
Charlestown, Mass., and New London and Stonington, 
Conn. Sergt. of New London Co. 1649; Capt. of Ston- 
ington Co. 1665 ; Received a grant of land for service in 
Narragansett War; Deputy from New London 1650-51; 
Deputy from Stonington 1670-76-79-80. 

For line of descent see Walter Palmer (No. 14). 

16. Fifth in descent from Dr. Joseph Miner of New 
London and Stonington, Conn. Deputy from Stoning- 
ton 1696-1706; drew "Cedar Swamp Lots" for service in 
King Philip's War. 

For line of descent see Walter Palmer (No. 14). 

17. Sixth in descent from Capt. James Avery of New 
London, Conn. Ensign 1662; Lieut. 1672; Capt. 1675; 

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commanded English and Pequot allied forces in King 
Philip's War ; Deputy from New London 1659-60-61-65- 
67-69. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Walter Palmer (No. 14). 

7. Capt. James Avery, 1620-1694. Joanna Greenslade - — 



18. Seventh in descent from Robert Williams of Rox- 
bury, Mass. Member of Ancient and Honorable Artil- 
lery Co. 1644. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Capt. George Denlson. 

4. William Williams, 1716-1801. Martha Wheeler, 1717-1801. 

5. Lieut. Col. John Williams, 1692-1761. Desire Denison, 1693-1737. 

6. John Williams, 1667-1702. Martha Wheeler, 1669-1745. 

7. Lieut. Isaac Williams, 1638-1707. Martha Parke, 1642-1674. 

8. Robert Williams, 1593-1693. Elizabeth Stratton, 1594-1674. 

19. Sixth in descent from Lieut. Isaac Williams of 
Roxbury and Cambridge, Mass. Lieut, of Cambridge 
Foot Co. 1677; Deputy from Cambridge six times be- 
tween 1692 and 1705. 

For line of descent see Robert Williams (No. 18). 

20. Fourth in descent iromLieut. Col. John Williams 
of Stonington, Conn. Major 8th Reg. Conn, forces 1739 ; 
Lieut. Col. same Reg. 1746; Deputy from Stonington 
many times between 1727 and 1756. 

For line of descent see Robert Williams (No. 18). 

21. Sixth in descent from Isaac Wheeler of Stoning- 
ton, Conn. Deputy from Stonington 1692; received a 
grant of land for service in King Philip's War. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Robert Williams (No. 18). 
7. Isaac Wheeler, 1646-1712. Martha Parke, 1646-1717. 

22. Seventh in descent from John Gallop, Sr., of Bos- 
ton, Mass. Discovered the treachery of Block Island In- 
dians towards John Oldham (who had been murdered on 
his own vessel) and with his two sons and a servant 

2±3 



killed or drove overboard most of the Indians and cap- 
tured four. This was called "the first naval engagement 
in English waters." 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Robert Williams (No. 18). 

5. William Wheeler, 1681-1747. Hannah Gallop, 1681-1754. 

6. Ben Adam Gallop, 1655-1727. Esther Prentice, 1660- 

7. Capt.. John Gallop, -1675. Hannah Lake - 

8. John Gallop, Sr., 1590-1649. Christabel -1655. 

23. Sixth in descent from Capt. John Gallop of Bos- 
ton, Mass., and Stonington and New London, Conn. 
Capt of the First Company Conn, forces under Major 
Robert Treat at Great Swamp Fight; one of the four 
Conn. Captains killed in that battle; Deputy from Ston- 
ington 1665-67. 

For line of descent see John Gallop, Sr. (No. 22). 

24. Fifth in descent from Ben Adam Gallop of Ston- 
ington and New London, Conn. A volunteer who drew 
"Cedar Swamp Lots" for service in King Philip's War; 
went with others to Vineyard Harbor 1689, captured a 
Pirate sloop and took it to Boston. 

For line of descent see John Gallop, Sr. (No. 22). 

25. Sixth in descent from John Prentice of Roxbury, 
Mass., and New London, Conn. Deputy from New Lon- 
don 1668-70. 

2 to 6, same as descent from John Gallop, Sr. (No. 22). 

7. John Prentice, 1631-1691. Esther 

26. Eighth in descent from John Holgrave of Salem 
and Gloucester, Mass. Deputy from Salem 1634-35. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Robert Williams (No. 18). 

8. William Parke, 1607-1685. Martha Holgrave -1708. 

9. John Holgrave - 

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27. Seventh in descent from William Parke of Boston 
and Roxbury, Mass. Member of Ancient & Honorable 
Artillery Co. 1638-39; Surveyor General of arms and 
ammunition for the Colony 1660; Deputy from Roxbury 
many times between 1635 and 1673. 

For line of descent see John Holgrave (No. 26). 

28. Eighth in descent from Thomas Parke of Weth- 
ersfield, Stonington, New London and Preston, Conn. 
Served in King Philip's War and drew "Cedar Swamp 
Lots" for his services. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Robert Williams (No. IS). 

7. Isaac Wheeler, 1646-1712. Martha Parke, 1646-1717. 

8. Thomas Parke, - Dorothy Thompson, -.... 

29. Eighth in descent from Richard Osborne of Fair- 
field, Conn. Served in Pequot War and received a grant 
of land in Fairfield for his service. 

2. Stephen Peet, 1797-1855. Martha Denlson, 1796.-1877. 

3. Elijah Peet, 1765-1814. Betsey Leavenworth, 1763-1853. 

4. William Peet, 1743- Beulah Nichols, 1740- 

5. Lieut. Thomas Peet, 1698-1760. Phoebe Nichols, 1703-.... 

6. Benjamin Peet, Jr., 1665-1704. Priscilla Fairchild, 1669- 

7. Benjamin Peet, Sr., 1636-1704. Phoebe Butler - 

8. John Peet, 1597-1678. Sarah Osborne, ......... 

9. Richard Osborne -1682. 

30. Sixth in descent from Thomas Fairchild of Strat- 
ford, Conn. Deputy from Stratford 1646-54-59-64. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Richard Osborne (No. 29). 
7. Thomas Fairchild, ....-1670. Catherine Craig - 

31. Fourth in descent from Lieut. Thomas Peet of 
Stratford, Conn. Lieut, of Militia at Stratford 1745. 

For line of descent see Richard Osborne (No. 29). 

32. Eighth in descent from Governor Thomas Welles 
of Hartford and Wethersfield, Conn. Magistrate 1637 
and every successive year until 1660; Secretary of the 

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colony 1640 to 1648; Deputy Governor 1654-56-57-59; 
Governor 1655-58 ; Commissioner for the United Colonies 
1649. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Richard Osborne (No. 29). 

5. Ensign John Nichols, 1705-.... Bathsheba Welles, 1711-.... 

6. Thomas Welles, 1690- Sarah Stiles, 1693- 

7. John Welles, Jr., -1714. Mary Hollister - 

8. John Welles, Sr 1660. Elizabeth Bourne -.... 

9. Gov. Thomas Welles, 1598-1660. 

33. Seventh in descent from John Welles, Sr., of 
Stratford, Conn. Deputy from Stratford 1656-57; As- 
sistant 1658-59. 

For line of descent see Gov. Thomas Welles (No. 32). 

34. Sixth in descent from John Welles, Jr., of Strat- 
ford, Conn. Deputy from Stratford 1689-93. 

For line of descent see Gov. Thomas Welles (No. 32). 

35. Sixth in descent from Ephraim Stiles of Windsor 
and Stratford, Conn. Deputy from Stratford eleven 
times between 1686 and 1709; member of Committee of 
Safety for Fairfield County 1704. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Welles (No. 32). 

7. Ephraim Stiles, 1645-1714. Bathsheba Tomlinson -1735. 

36. Eighth in descent from Richard Treat of Weth- 
ersfield, Conn. Deputy from Wethersfield 1637 to 1657 : 
Assistant 1658 to 1665; Member of Gov. Winthrop's 
Council 1663-64 ; named as one of the patentees in Conn. 
Royal Charter 1662. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Welles (No. 32). 

8. Lieut. John Hollister, 1612-1665. Joanna Treat, 1618-1694. 

9. Richard Treat, 1684-1669. Joanna , — - 

37. Seventh in descent from Lieut. John Hollister of 
Weymouth, Mass., and Hartford and Wethersfield, Conn. 
Deputy from Weymouth 1644; Deputy from Hartford 

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and Wethersfield 1645-50-53-54-55-56 ; Member of com- 
mittee "to press men and necessaries for Narragansett ex- 
pedition" 1654. 

For line of descent see Richard Treat (No. 36). 

38. Eighth in descent from Sergt. Francis Nichols of 
Stratford, Conn. First military officer in Stratford ; ap- 
pointed Oct. 10th, 1639, "to train the men and exercise 
them in martial discipline." 

2, 3, 4 and 5, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Welles (No. 32). 

6. Capt. Joseph Nichols, 1685-1758. Mary Curtiss, 1681-.... 

7. Abraham Nichols, 1662-.... Rachel Kellogg, 1664-.... 

8. Caleb Nichols, ....-1690. Anne Ward, 1620-1718. 

9. Sergt. Francis Nichols -1650. 

39. Fifth in descent from Capt. Joseph Nichols of 
Stratford, Conn. Lieut, of Stratford Co. 1726; Capt. 
1738. 

For line of descent see Sergt. Francis Nichols (No. 38). 

40. Fourth in descent from Ensign John Nichols of 
Stratford, Conn. Ensign of the Stratford Co. 1741. 

For line of descent see Gov. Thomas Welles (No. 32). 

41. Sixth in descent from Ensign Joseph Curtiss of 
Stratford, Conn. Ensign in Capt. William Whiting's Co. 
of Conn. Militia, Sir William Phipps' expedition, King 
William's War 1692-93; Member of Committee of War 
for Fairfield County 1704-09; Deputy from Stratford 
eleven times between 1671 and 1694; Assistant 1698 to 
1721 ; member of Governor's Council 171 1 to 1725 ; Judge 
of Fairfield County Court 1698-99-1700; Town Clerk for 
Stratford fifty years from 1678 to 1728. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Sergt. Francis Nichols (No. 38). 
7. Ensign Joseph Curtiss, 1650-1728. Bethia Booth, 1658- 

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42. Eighth in descent from Andrew Ward of Water- 
town, Mass., and New Haven, Wethersfield and Fair- 
field, Conn. One of the commissioners appointed to gov- 
ern Conn. 1636; Assistant 1637; appointed with Capt. 
John Mason 1638 "to treat with Indians at Springfield 
concerning their tribute toward the charges in the Pe- 
quot War." 

2 to S, same as descent from Sergt. Francis Nichols (No. 38). 
9. Andrew Ward, 1600-1665. Esther -1665. 

43. Eighth in descent from John Bouton of Boston, 
and Watertown, Mass., and Hartford and Norwalk, Conn. 
Deputy from Norwalk 1669-71. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Sergt. Francis Nichols (No. 38). 

8. Daniel Kellogg -1688. Bridget Bouton, 1642- 

9. John Bouton -1672. Joan Turney - 

44. Seventh in descent from Daniel Kellogg of Nor- 
walk, Conn. Deputy from Norwalk 1670-79-80-83. 

For line of descent see John Bouton (No. 43). 

45. Sixth in descent from Benjamin Hinman of Strat- 
ford and Woodbury, Conn. Deputy from Woodbury 
1711. 

2. Stephen Peet, 1797-1855. Martha Denison, 1796-1877. 

3. Elijah Peet, 1765-1814. Betsey Leavenworth, 1763-1853. 

4. Bbenezer Leavenworth, 1734-1778. Elizabeth Hurd -1822. 

5. Adam Hurd, 1708-1756. Elizabeth Hinman, 1713- 

6. Noah Hinman, 1696-1766. Anna Knowles, 1689-1720. 

7. Benjamin Hinman, 1662-1713. Elizabeth Lum - 

46. Fifth in descent from Noah Hinman of Wood- 
bury and Southbury, Conn. Deputy from Woodbury 
many times between 1731 and 1752. 

For line of descent see Benjamin Hinman (No. 45). 

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47- Seventh in descent from Thomas Kimberly of 
Dorchester, Mass., and New Haven and Stratford, Conn. 
Deputy from New Haven 1639 ; Marshall of New Haven 
colony 1653 to 1661. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Benjamin Hinman (No. 45). 

6. Benjamin Hurd, 1667-.... Sarah Kimberly, 1672-.... 

7. Abraham Kimberly, -1680. Hannah , ....-1701. 

8. Thomas Kimberly -1672. Alice 1659. 



PHELPS, EDMUND JOSEPH. (Soc. No. 64). 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Born January 17th, 1845 m Brecksville, Ohio. 
Married Louisa Ann Richardson Sept. 16th, 1874. 

2. Joseph Edmund Phelps, 1805- Ursula Wright, 1806- 

3. Asahel Phelps, 1775-1826. Polly Sears, ....- 

4. Ezenezer Phelps, Jr., 1740-1821. Phoebe Wright -1816. 

5. Bbenezer Phelps, Sr., 1697-1769. Marianna Austin -1787. 

6. William Phelps, 1657-1745. Abigail Stebbins, 1660-1748. 

7. Nathaniel Phelps, 1627-1702. Elizabeth Copley, ....-1712. 

8. William Phelps, 1599-1672. Elizabeth -1636. 

Seventh in descent from William Phelps of Windsor, 
Conn. Deputy to the First General Court of Massachus- 
etts; appointed with Ludlow, Pynchon and others 1636 
to govern the new colony of Conn. ; Deputy from Wind- 
sor 1636-37, also 1645 to 1649 and 1651 to 1657; Assis- 
tant 1639 to 1642, also 1658 to 1662. 



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PHILLIPS, GEORGE MYRON. (Soc. No. 70). 
Northfield, Minn. 

Born April 22nd, 1845, at Freedom, Ohio. 
Unmarried. 



2. Thomas George Phillips, 1822- Delia Marlon Hill, 1B20- 

1896. 

3. John Hill, 1766-1835. Laura Bushnell, 1781-1855. 

4. Abraham Bushnell, 1745- Mary Sedgwick Ensign, 1751- 

1832. 

5. Capt. John Ensign, - Mary Sedgwick, 1726- 

6. Ebenezer Sedgwick, 1695-1759. Prudence Merrills, 1700-1793. 

7. Capt. Samuel Sedgwick, 1667-1735. Mary Hopkins, 1670-1743. 

8. William Sedgwick, 1633-.... Elizabeth Stone, ......... 

9. Maj. Gen. Kobert Sedgwick, 1600-1656. Johanna , - 



Eighth ill descent from Maj. Gen. Robert Sedgwick of 
Charlestown, Mass. Capt. of the Charlestown Co. 1636 
and Charter member j.nd Capt. of the Ancient and Hon- 
orable Artillery Co. ; Commander of the Castle 1643 ; 
Maj. Gen. of the Massachusetts forces 1652 in the ex- 
pedition against Acadia and also in 1656 in the expedi- 
tion against Jamaica, where he died after having been 
made Gov. and Maj. Gen. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

I. Eighth in descent from Rev. Samuel Stone of 
Cambridge, Mass., and Hartford, Conn. Chaplain in 
the troop under Maj. John Mason in the Pequot War 
and received from the General Court a grant of land for 
service at that time and after. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Maj. Gen. Robert Sedgwick. 
9. Rev. Samuel Stone, 1602-1663. Elizabeth Allen -1681. 

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2. Fourth in descent from Capt. John Ensign of Hart- 
ford and Canaan, Conn. Capt. of the first company or 
Train Band in Canaan 1772 and served as Capt. in Col. 
Moseley's Reg. in the Revolution ; Deputy 1772 and 1773. 

For line of descent see Maj. Gen. Robert Sedgwick. 

3. Sixth in descent from Capt. Samuel Sedgwick of 
Hartford, Conn. Capt. of Militia in Hartford. 

For line of descent see Maj. Gen. Robert Sedgwick. 

4. Eighth in descent from John Branson of Hartford 
and Farmington, Conn. Served in the Pequot War 1637; 
Deputy for Farmington 1651; received a grant of land 
for service in the Pequot War. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Maj. Gen. Robert Sedgwick. 

8. Stephen Hopkins, 1634-1689. Dorcas Bronson, -1697. 

9. John Bronson -1680. 

5. Seventh in descent from William Bushnell, Sr., of 
Saybrook, Conn. Deputy from Saybrook 1670. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Maj. Gen. Robert Sedgwick. 

5. Stephen Bushnell, 1714-1750. Temperance , ..... 

6. William Bushnell 3rd, 1683-1733. Catherine Jordan -175L 

7. IJeut. William Bushnell 2nd, 1648-1711. Rebecca - 

1703. 

8. William Bushnell, Sr., -1684. Rebecca Chapman, - 

6. Sixth in descent from Lieut. William Bushnell 2nd 
of Saybrook, Conn. Lieut, of the Saybrook Train Band 
1679. 

For line of descent see William Bushnell, Sr. (No. 5). 



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PIERCE, JAMES OSCAR. (Soc. No. 81). 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Born February 3rd, 1836, in Oriskany Falls, N. Y. 
Married Ada Butterfield Sept. 14th, 1862. 

2. James Pierce, 1803-1874. Lucy Maria Barnes, 1803-1856. 

3. Stephen Peaxce, 1753-1843. Abigail Taylor, 1758-1826. 

4. James Pearce, Jr., 1719-1767. Sarah Simmons, 1730-1785. 

5. James Pearce, Sr., 1691-1755. Martha Wilbur, 1690-1760. 

6. George Pearce, 1662-1752. Alice Hart, 1664-1718. 

7. Richard Hart -1696. Hannah , ....-1696. 

8. Nicholas Hart, ....-1654. Joan Rossi ter, 1615-1685. 

9. Edward Rossiter, ....-1630. 

Eighth in descent from Edward Rossiter of Charles- 
town, Mass. Chosen Assistant of the Massachusetts 
Bay Colony in London, England, October 20th, 1629: 
attended the meetings of Assistants held at Charlestown, 
Mass., in Aug. and Sept., 1630. In 1685 the youngest 
surviving child of Edward Rossiter was granted 500 acres 
of land in recognition of her father's services to the 
Colony. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Seventh in descent from Edward Thurston of 
Providence, R. I. Commissioner for Providence 1663 ; As- 
sistant 1675-86-89-90; Deputy from Providence 1680 
to '86. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Edward Rossiter. 

4. Gideon Taylor, 1729-1790. Mary Brownell, 1735- 

5. George Brownell, 17U- Sarah Bailey, 1710- 

6. Lieut. George Brownell, 1685-1756. Mary Thurston. 1685-1740. 

7. Jonathan Thurston, 1659-1740. Sarah -... 

8. Edward Thurston, 1617-1707. Elizabeth Matt, 1628-1694. 

2. Seventh in descent from Thomas Brownell Sr., of 
Portsmouth, R. I. Commissioner for Portsmouth 1655- 
61-62-63; Deputy from Portsmouth 1664; "Water Bailie" 
for Rhode Island Colony 1647. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Edward Thurston (No. 1). 

7. Thomas Brownell, Jr., 1650-1732. Mary Pearce, 1654-1736. 

8. Thomas Brownell, Sr., 1619-1665. Ann -1665. 



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PIKE, FRANCIS WALLACE. (Soc. No. 20.). 
New York City, New York. 

Born December 7th, 1855, in Boston, Mass. 
Married Mary Emma Haynes, Dec. 26th, 1886. 

2. Charles Edward Pike, 1816-1899. Mary Helen Bowles, 1833-.... 

3. William Pike, 1775-1818. Hannah Shepherd, 1785-1854. 

4. Timothy Pike, 1734-1818. Elizabeth Jones, 1751-1826. 

5. Timothy Pike, 1701-1768. Hope Hoyt, 1704-.... 

6. Moses Pike, 1658-1742. Susannah Worcester, 1671-.... 

7. Robert Pike, 1616-1706. Sarah Sanders, ....-1679. 

Sixth in descent from Robert Pike of Salisbury, Mass. 
Lieut. Salisbury Troop of Horse 1652 ; Capt. 1659; Major 
of the Military Co. of Norfolk and Piscataqua Counties 
1670 and during King Philip's War; Commander-in- 
Chief of all forces in Mass., New Hampshire and Maine 
north of the Merrimac River in French and Indian War 
1690; Deputy 1648-53-58-59-63-66-68-70-82; Assistant 
1682 and later ; Magistrate for Norfolk Co. 1669 > Mem- 
ber of Committee of Safety 1689 ; Commissioner to treat 
with Indians 1690; Member of Governor's Council 1682 
and many times thereafter until 1696; elected Magis- 
trate at first election after the Revolution 1690. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Fifth in descent from Moses Pearson of Falmouth 
and Pearsontown, Me. Capt. of the 10th Co. 1st Mass. 
Reg. in Louisburg expedition 1745; agent for Sir Wil- 
liam Pepperell's Reg. and Treasurer of the nine regiments 
at siege; in 1746 in charge of repairing and constructing 
Louisbourg fortifications; 1st sheriff of Cumberland 

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County 1760-68; Judge of Court of Common Pleas 1770; 
Deputy 1737-40-49; founder of Pearsontown 1750. 

2, 3 and 4 same as descent from Robert Pike. 

5. Ephraim Jones, 1712-1783. Mary Pearson, 1720-1775. 

6. Moses Pearson, 1697-1778. Sarah Titoomb, 1693-.... 

2. Eighth in descent from Thomas Willett of Ply- 
mouth, Mass., and New York City, N. Y. Commander 
of trading post at Castine 1635-36 and of trading post 
on the Kennebec 1639; Capt. of Plymouth Train Band 
to succeed Miles Standish 1647; Governor's Assistant 
1651-64; Member of Council of War 1653; 1st English 
Mayor of New York City; chosen by Dutch as um- 
pire in boundary dispute with New Haven Colony. 

2. Charles Edward Pike, 1816-1899. Mary Helen Bowles, 1833. 

3. Stephen Jones Bowles, 1794-1845. Elizabeth Thorndlke Wal- 

lace, 1806-1878. 

4. Ralph Hart Bowles, 1757-1813. Hannah Crocker, 1765-1847. 

5. Joshua Bowles, 1722-1794. Mary Hart, 1728-1780. 

6. John Bowles 3rd, 1685-1737. Lydia Checkley, 1690-1722. 

7. John Bowles 2nd, 1653-1691. Sarah Eliot -1687. 

8. John Eliot, 2nd, 1636-1668. Sarah Willet, 1643-1665. 

9. Thomas Willett, 1610-1674. Mary Brown, 1605-1669. 

3. Seventh in descent from Capt. Joshua Scottow of 
Scarborough, Me. Member of Ancient & Honorable Ar- 
tillery Co. 1645 ; Ensign of Co. 1657 and its captain dur- 
ing King Philip's War ; Capt. of garrison and Magistrate 
at Scarborough, Me. ; Deputy from Boston 1657 > Chief 
Judge of Court of Common Pleas, Me., 1687; author of 
"Narrative of the Planting of Massachusetts Colony" 
and other works; one of the founders of Old South 
Church, in the tower of which his gravestone was placed. 

2 to 6 same as descent from Thomas Willett (No. 2). 

7. Samuel Checkley, 1653-1738. Mary Scottow, 1656-1721. 

8. Joshua Scottow, 1615-1698. Lydia , 1621-1707. 

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4. Seventh in descent from Governor Thomas Hinck- 
ley of Plymouth, Mass. An account of his life and pub- 
lic services will be found later in this volume. 

2, 3 and 4 same as descent from Thomas Willett (No. 2). 

5. Josiah Crocker 3rd, 1719-1774. Hannah Cobb, - 

6. Josiah Crocker 2nd, 3684-1721. Desire Thacher, 1688-1722. 

7. Josiah Crocker 1st, 1647-1698. Meletiah Hinckley, 1648-1714. 

8. Gov. Thomas Hinckley, 1618-1706. Mary Richards, 1630-1703. 

5. Eighth in descent from John Howland of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. A Mayflower passenger and the 13th sign- 
er of the Compact; Deputy from Plymouth 1633-35-50- 
51; Commander of expedition to the Kennebec 1634; 
one of the "Associates" in Plymouth Colony patent of 
1630; Governor's Assistant 1657. 

2 and 3 same as descent from Thomas Willett (No. 2). 

4. Joseph Wallace, 1763-1844. Deborah Smith, 1766-1846. 

5. Stephen Smith, 1739-1806. Deborah Ellis -1846. 

6. Samuel Smith, 1688-.. Bertha Chipman, 1699-.... 

7. John Chipman, 2nd, 1670-1757. Mary Skiff, 1671-17U. 

8. John Chipman, 1st, 1614-1684. Hope Howland, 1629-1684. 

9. John Howland, 1592-1673. Elizabeth Tilley, 1606-1687. 



*PILLSBURY, CHARLES ALFRED. (Soc. No. 31). 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Born October 3rd, 1842, in Warner, N. H. 
Married Mary A. Stinson Sept. 12th, 1866. 

2. George A. Pillsbury, 1816-1899. Margaret Carleton, 1817-1901. 

3. John Pillsbury, 1789-1856. Susanna Wadleigh, 1793-. .. . 

4. Micajah Pillsbury, 1763-1802. Sarah Sargent, 1763-1830. 

5. Capt. Caleb Pillsbury, 1717-1778. Sarah Kimball, ......... 

Fourth in descent from Capt. Caleb Pillsbury of Ames- 
bury, Mass. Capt. of Amesbury Co. in second Essex 
Reg. of Militia in French and Indian War ; Representa- 
tive to Provincial Congress 1775. 
*Deceased. 



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POND, GEORGE ENOCH. (Soc. No. 115). 

Major and Quartermaster U. S. Army, stationed at 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Born July 5th, 1847, nl Brooklyn, Conn. 

Married Catherine Elizabeth Bahnson Oct. 10th, 1876. 

Private, Co. K, 21st Connecticut Infantry, Dec. 9, 1863, 

to June 7, 1865. 
Cadet, U. S. Military Academy, July r, 1868. 
2nd Lieutenant, 8th Cavalry, June 14, 1872. 
1st Lieutenant, Jan. 18, 1881. 

Captain and Assistant Quartermaster, Oct. 23, 1883. 
Major and Quartermaster, Feb. n, 1897. 
Lieut. Col. and Chief Quartermaster Vols., May 9, 

1898. 
Colonel and Quartermaster Feb. 3, 1899, to March 2, 

1899. 
Honorably discharged as Lieut. Col., and Chief Quar- 
termaster Vols., May 12, 1899. 

SERVICE. 

With his regiment in Colorado from October, 1872, to 
January, 1876, and in Texas to November, 1883 ; on Quar- 
termaster duty in New York City to March, 1884; in 
Missouri to May, 1884 ; in New York City to December, 
1884; at Chicago, Illinois, to September, 1885; at Fort 
Riley, Kansas, to July, 1891 ; at Washington, D. C, and 
at Madison Barracks, New York, to March, 1892; at 
Plattsburg, New York, to April, 1897; at Chicago, Illi- 
nois, to April, 1898 ; in Florida, Georgia and Alabama to 

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November, 1898; in Cuba to February, 1899, and at St. 
Paul, Minnesota, as Chief Quartermaster Department of 
Dakota, to present date. 

2. Enoch Pond 3d, 1810-1892. Sarah A. Utley, 1816-.... 

3. Enoch Pond 2d, 1780-1856. Desire Clark -1840. 

4. Enoch Pond 1st, 1756-1807. Peggy Smith -1800. 

5. Jacob Pond, Jr., 1730-1815. Sarah Fales, 1732-1821. 

6. Jacob Pond. Sr., 1702-1764. Abigail Heath -1803. 

7. Ephraim Pond, 1656-1704. Deborah Hawes, 1666-1737. 

Sixth in descent from Ephraim Pond of Dedham and 
Wrentham, Mass. A member of Capt. Samuel Wads- 
worth's Co. which rendered service in King Philip's War. 



SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

1. Seventh in descent from Lieut. Daniel Pond of 
Dedham, Mass. Served as Sergt. and as Lieut, in the 
Dedham Militia from 1672 to 1706. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Ephraim Pond. 

8. Lieut. Daniel Pond -1698. Abigail Shepard -1661. 

2. Eighth in descent from William Heath of Rox- 
bury, Mass. Deputy from Roxbury 1634-37-39-40-41- 
42 and from Dover 1645. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Ephraim Pond. 

7. Capt. William Heath, 1664-1738. Hannah Weld, 1666-1758. 

8. Peleg Heath, -1671. Susannah King, - 

9. William Heath, ....-1652. Mary -.... 

3. Sixth in descent from Capt. William Heath of Rox- 
bury, Mass. Captain of the foot company in Roxbury 
commissioned by Gov. Dudley, September 3rd, 1703. 

For line of descent see William Heath (No. 2). 

4. Eighth in descent from Capt. Joseph Weld of Rox- 
bury, Mass. Capt. of Militia in Roxbury 1636 in Col. 

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John Winthrop's Regt. ; Ensign of Ancient & Honor- 
able Artillery Co. 1638; Deputy from Roxbury 1637-38- 
41-43-44. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Ephraim Pond. 

7. Capt. William Heath, 1664-1738. Hannah Weld, 1666-1768. 

8. John Weld, 1623-1691. Margaret Bowen -1692. 

9. Capt. Joseph Weld, 1595-1646. Elizabeth -1638. 

5. Seventh in descent from John Weld of Roxbury, 
Mass. He took part in the defense of Brookneld dur- 
ing King Philip's War in the summer of 1676. 

For line of descent see Capt. Joseph Weld (No. 4). 



POWELL, LYMAN THEODORE. (Soc. No. 134). 

West Superior, Wis. 

Born March 12th, 1873, i n River Falls, Wis. 
Married Eleanore McCord Nov. nth, 1896. 

2. Oliver S. Powell, 1831-1888. Lydia Elmira Nichols, 1841-.... 

3. William Powell, 1784-1865. Lucy Newell, 1788-1843. 

4. Nathaniel Newell, 1757-.... Lucy Stanley, 1764-.... 

5. William Stanley, 1729-1816. Amy Baldwin -1809. 

6. Nathaniel Stanley, 1679-1770. Sarah Smith, 1690-1772. 

7. Lieut. John Stanley, 1647-1729. Esther Newell, 1654-1739. 

8. Capt. Jolm Stanley, 1624-1706. Sarah Scott, ....-1661. 

Seventh in descent from Capt. John Stanley of Farm- 
ington, Conn. Served in expedition against the Pequots 
when but 13 years of age; Sergt. of Farmington Military 
Co. 1667; Ensign 1674; Lieut, of Hartford County Mili- 
tia 1675 and Capt. 1676; served in King Philip's War; 
Member of Council of Safety 1690 ; Deputy from Farm- 
ington many times between 1659 and 1696; Commis- 
sioner for Farmington 1690-91-92-93-94-95-97. 

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SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Sixth in descent from Lieut. John Stanley of 
Waterbury, Conn. Lieut, of Waterbury Train Band 
1689; Deputy from Waterbury 1690-93. 

For line of descent see Capt. John Stanley. 

2. Seventh in descent from John Parmalee, Jr., of 
Guilford, Conn. Drummer in the Guilford Train Band. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Capt. John Stanley. 

6. Capt. Nathaniel Baldwin, 1693-1760. Elizabeth Parmalee, 1696- 

1786. 

7. Isaac Parmalee, 1665-1749. Elizabeth Hiland, 1666-1746. 

8. John Parmalee, Jr., 1620-1688. Hannah , ......... 

3. Fifth in descent from Capt. Nathaniel Baldwin of 
Goshen, Conn. Lieut, of Goshen Train Band 1751 ; 
Capt. 1752; Deputy from Goshen 1759-60. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Capt. John Stanley. 
6. Capt. Nathaniel Baldwin, 1693-1760. Elizabeth Parmalee, 1696- 
1786, 

4. Eighth in descent from Sergt. Isaac Moore of 
Farmington, Conn. Sergt. of the Farmington Train 
Band 1649. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Capt. John Stanley. 

5. Rev. Abel Newell, 1730-18U. Abigail Smith -.... 

6. Deacon Nathaniel Newell, 1703-1753. Esther Hart, 1707-1762. 

7. Deacon John Hart, 1684-1753. Esther Gridley, 1687-1743. 

8. Capt. John Hart, 1655-1714. Mary Moore, 1664-1738. 

9. Sergt. Isaac Moore -.... Ruth Stanley, 1629-1696. 

5. Seventh in descent from Capt. John Hart of Farm- 
ington, Conn. Ensign of Farmington Train Band 1695 ; 
Lieut. 1703; Capt. 1707; Deputy from Farmington many 
times between 1702 and 171 3. 

For line of descent see Sergt. Isaac Moore (No. 4). 

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6. Sixth in descent from Deacon John Hart of Farm- 
ington, Conn. Deputy from Farmington many times 
between 1717 and 1743. 

For line of descent see Sergt. Isaac Moore (No. 4). 

7. Eighth in descent from Stephen Hart of Farm- 
ington, Conn. Served under Major John Mason in 
Pequot War 1637; appointed by General Court 1654 
to press men to fill quota for Narragansett expedition; 
Deputy from Farmington many times between 1647 and 
1660. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Capt. John Stanley. 

5. Rev. Abel Newell, 1730-1811. Abigail Smith, ......... 

6. Deacon Nathaniel Newell, 1703-1753. Esther Hart, 1707-1762. 

7. Ensign Samuel Newell, 1660-1753. Mary Hart -1752. 

8. Capt. Thomas Hart, 1644-1726. Ruth Hawkins, 1649-.... 

9. Stephen Hart, - 

8. Seventh in descent from Capt. Thomas Hart of 
Farmington, Conn. Capt. of Farmington Train Band 
1695 ; Deputy from Farmington many times between 1690 
and 1711. 

For line of descent see Stephen Hart (No. 7). 

9. Sixth in descent from Ensign Samuel Newell of 
Farmington, Conn. Ensign of Farmington Train Band 
1707. 

For line of descent see Stephen Hart (No. 7). 

10. Eighth in descent from Anthony Hawkins of 
Farmington, Conn. Named as patentee in Royal Charter 
of Connecticut 1662; Deputy from Farmington from 
1660 to 1666 ; Governor's Assistant from 1667 to 1673. 

2 to 8 same as descent from Stephen Hart (No. 7.) 
9. Anthony Hawkins -1674. 

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ii. Eighth in descent from Thomas Gridley of Farm- 
ington, Conn. Served under Capt. John Mason in 
Pequot War 1637. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Stephen Hart (No. 7). 



8. Samuel Gridley, 1647-1712. 

9. Thomas Gridley, ......... Mary Seymour, 



12. Seventh in descent from William Smith of 
Wethersfield, Conn. Clerk of Wethersfield Train Band 
1645. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Capt. John Stanley. 

7. Samuel Smith. 1664-1725. Ruth Porter -.... 

8. William Smith -.... Elizabeth Standley -1678. 

13. Ninth in descent from Edward Holyoke of Rum- 
ney Marsh and Lynn, Mass. Deputy from Lynn many 
times between 1639 and 1650. 

2. Oliver S. Powell 1851-1888. Lydia Elmira Nichols, 1841-.. 

3. Joseph F, Nichols, 1813-1881. Lydia White Pratt, 1809-]S92. 

4. Rev. Ammi Nichols, 1779-1871. Eunice Putnam Bill, 1779-1861. 

5. Rosmell Bill, 1753-.... Rebecca Burgess, 1758- 

6. William Burgess, 1735-.... Eunice Putnam, 1732-.... 

7. Elisha Putnam, 1685-1745. Susanna Fuller, 1695- 

8. Edward Putnam, 1654-1747. Mary Hale, 1660- 

9. Lieut. Thomas Putnam, 1615-1686. Ann Holyoke -166o. 

10. Edward Holyoke, -1660. Prudence Stockton - 

14. Eighth in descent from Lieut. Thomas Putnam 
of Lynn, Mass. Lieut, of First Essex Troop of Horse 
1662; served in King Philip's War. 

Fot'Une of descent see Edward Holyoke, (No. 13). 

15. Eighth in descent from Sergt. Thomas Hale of 
Newbury, Mass. Sergt. of the Newbury Military Co. 

1652 to 1657. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Edward Holyoke, (No. 13). 

9. Sergt. Thomas Hale, 1633-1688. Mary Hutchinson -.... 



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16. Ninth in descent from Lieut. Thomas Fuller of 
Woburn and Wenham, Mass. Sergt. 1656; Lieut. 1685. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Edward Holyoke (No. 13). 

8. Jonathan Puller -.... Susan Traske, 1676-.... 

9. Thomas Fuller, 1644-.... Ruth Richardson -.... 

10. Lieut. Thomas Fuller, 1618-1698. Elizabeth Tidd -.... 

17. Ninth in descent from Capt. William Traske of 
Salem, Mass. Capt. at Salem 1632; Muster-master of 
the East Reg. 1636, and Capt. of the Salem Company 
under Col. John Endicott 1636-37; appointed with 
Capt. Daniel Patrick to command Massachusetts forces 
raised for Pequot War 1637; Deputy from Salem 1635- 
36-37-39- 

2 to 7, same as descent from Edward Holyoke (No. 13). 

8. Jonathan Fuller - Susan Traske, 1676- 

9. William TTaske, 1640-1691. Ann Putnam, 1645-1676. 

10- Capt. William Traske, 1587-1666. Sarah -.... 

18. Ninth in descent from Thomas Burgess of Sand- 
wich, Mass. Member of Sandwich Military Co. 1643; 
Deputy from Sandwich many times between 1642 and 
1668. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Edward Holyoke (No. 13). 

7. Benjamin Eurgess -1772. Susanna -1769. 

8. Jacob Burgess, 1681-1772. Sarah 1681-1765. 

9. John Burgess -1701. Mary Worden, -1723. 

10. Thomas Burgess, 1603-1685. Dorothy , ....-1687. 

19. Eighth in descent from John Burgess of Yar- 
mouth, Mass. Deputy from Yarmouth 1680. 

For line of descent see Thomas Burgess (No. 18). 

20. Ninth in descent from Peter Worden of Yar- 
mouth, Mass. Member of Yarmouth Military Co. under 
Lieut. William Palmer 1643. 

2 to 9, same as descent from Thomas Burgess (No. 18). 
10. Peter Worden, ....-1681. Mary -1687. 

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21. Eighth in descent from Philip Bill of New Lon- 
don, Conn. Served in King Philip's War and received a 
grant of land for his service. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Edward Holyoke (No. 18). 

6. Jonathan Bill, 17 31-.... Esther Owen, ....- — 

7. James Bill, 1694-.... Mary Swodell -.... 

8. Samuel BUI, 1665-1730. Mercy Houghton -.... 

9. Philip Bill, 1620-1689. Hannah , ....-1709. 

22. Ninth in descent from Sergt. John Perkins of 
Ipswich, Mass. Sergt. of allied Indian and English 
forces under Masconomo in war with Tarratines 1631 ; 
Deputy from Ipswich 1636. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Edward Holyoke (No. 13). 

5. Deacon Isaac Nichols, 1737-1822. Dorcas Sibley, 1736-1841. 

6. Isaac Nichols, Sr., 1700- Sarah Wilklns -.... 

7. Thomas Nichols - Johanna Towne, 1668- 

8. Joseph Towne, 1639-1713. Phoebe Perkins, 1644-.... 

9. Deacon Thomas Perkins, 1616- Phoebe Gould, 1620- 

10. Sergt. John Perkins, 1590-1654. Judith , ......... 

23. Seventh in descent from Rev. Samuel Skelton of 
Salem, Mass. Appointed by Massachusetts Bay Company 
in London as a Member of Gov. Endicott's Council; 
first pastor at Salem of the first Puritan Church in 
America. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Edward Holyoke (No. 13). 

5. Deacon Isaac Nichols, 1737-1822. Dorcas Sibley, 1736-1841. 

6. John Sibley, 1711- Hannah Marsh, 1713- 

7. Benjamin Marsh, 1687- Hannah King, 1681- 

8. Zachariah Marsh, 1637-1693. Mary Sillsbee -1695. 

9. John Marsh -1674. Susanna Skelton, - 

10. Rev. Samuel Skelton, 1584-1634. 



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QUAY, ANDREW GREGG CURTIN. (Soc. No. 17). 

Capt. U. S. Army. 
Born January 3rd, 1866, in Beaver, Pa. 

Cadet, U. S. Military Academy June 15, 1884, to June 

11, 1888. 
Addl. 2d Lieut. 8th Cavalry, June 11, 1888. 
2nd Lieut. 5th Cavalry, Aug. 21, 1888. 
1st Lieut. 3d Cavalry, April 5, 1896. 
Captain and Asst. Quartermaster, June 16, 1897. 
Major and Quartermaster Vols., Aug. 11, 1898, to 

June 30, 1899. 
Resigned Aug. 31, 1899. 

SERVICE. 
On duty at Fort Myer, Virginia, from September, 1888, 
to June, 1889; with his regiment in the Indian Territory 
and Oklahoma, (on leave from March to August, 1891), 
to July, 1892; Aide-de-Camp to General Brooke, at 
Omaha, Nebraska, to May, 1895, and at St. Paul, Minne- 
sota, to August, 1896; on leave to December, 1896; with 
his regiment at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri, to April, 
1897 ; Aide-de-Camp to General Brooke, to October, 1897; 
on duty in Quartermaster General's office, to May, 1898; 
on Quartermaster duty in Florida and Alabama, to Au- 
gust, 1898; on sick leave to January, 1899; on Quarter- 
master duty in Cuba, to March, 1899; on leave to date of 
resignation, August 31, 1899. 



2. Matthew S. Quay -.... Agnes Barclay, ....... 

3. Anderson B. Quay, - Katherine MoKean, 

4. Joseph Quay - Asenath Anderson 

5. Capt. Patrick Anderson, 1719-1793. Polly Beaton, 



Fourth in descent from Capt. Patrick Anderson of 
Chester County, Penn. Capt. of Penn. Provincial forces 
during French and Indian War 1755. 



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RHODES, REV. DUDLEY WARD, D. D. 

(Soc. No. 49). 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Born Feb. 25th, 1849, in Marietta, Ohio. 
Married Jenny Allen Handy, Oct. 13th, 1885. 

2. Charles R. Rhodes, 1819-1887. Mary Elizabeth Ward, 1824-.... 

3. Nahum Ward, 1785-1860. Sarah Catherine Skinner, 1796-1844. 

4. Thomas Walter Ward, 1758-1835. Elizabeth Denny, 1760-1846. 

5. Gen. Artemus Ward, 1727-1800. Sarah Trowbridge, 1724-1788. 

Fourth in descent from Gen. Artemas Ward of Mass. 
An account of his life and public services will be found 
later in this volume. 



SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

1. Seventh in descent from William Ward, Sr., of 
Marlboro and Sudbury, Mass. Deputy from Sudbury 
1644. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Gen. Artemas Ward. 

6. Nahum Ward, 1684-1754. Martha Howe, 1687-1755. 

7. William Ward, Jr., 1640-1697. Hannah Johnson, 1656-1720. 

8. William Ward, Sr., 1597-1687. Elizabeth -1700. 

2. Fifth in descent from Nahum Ward of Marlboro 
and Shrewsbury, Mass. Deputy from Shrewsbury 1735- 
37-40-42-44-48-51. 

For line of descent see William Ward, Sr. (No. 1). 

3. Eighth in descent from John Alden of Plymouth, 
Mass. A Mayflower passenger and the seventh and 
youngest signer of the Compact ; Member of Capt. Miles 
Standish's Co. 1643; Assistant 1632 to 1640 and from 

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1650 to 1687; Deputy 1640 to 1650; Member of the Coun- 
cil of War 1646-53-58-67; Treasurer 1656-57-58; Dep- 
uty Governor 1664-65-67. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Gen. Artemas Ward. 

5. Col. Samuel Denny, 1731-1817. Elizabeth Henshaw, 1737-1787. 

6. Daniel Henshaw, 1701-1781. Elizabeth Bass, 1703-1774. 

7. Joseph Bass, 1655-1731 Mary Belcher, . . . .-1707. 

8. John Bass, 1632-1716. Ruth Alden, 1634-1674. 

9. John Alden, 1599-1687. Priscilla Mullins, 1602-1688. 

4. Eighth in descent from Samuel Bass of Braintree, 
Mass. Deputy from Braintree ten times between 1641 
and 1664; Commissioner for Braintree 1641-43-49. 

2 to 8, same as descent from John Alden, (No. 3). 
9. Samuel Bass, 1600-1694. Ann 1600-1693. 

5. Seventh in descent from Joshua Henshaw, Sr., of 
Dorchester and Boston, Mass. Served in Capt. Thomas 
Brattle's Cavalry Co. in King Philip's War. 

2 to 6, same as descent from John Alden (No. 3). 

7. Joshua Henshaw, Jr., 1672-1747. Mary Webster -1747. 

8. Joshua Henshaw, Sr., 1638-1719. Elizabeth Sumner, - 



6. Sixth in descent from Lieut. James Trowbridge of 
Dorchester and Cambridge, Mass. Lieut, of Cambridge 
Co. Middlesex Reg't. commanded by Major Daniel Goo- 
kin, in King Philip's War, 1675 ; Deputy 1700 to 1703. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Gen. Artemas Ward. 

6. Rev. Caleb Trowbridge, 1692-1760. Hannah Walter, 1699-.... 

7. Lieut. James Trowbridg-e, 1636-1717. Margaret Jackson, 1649- 

1727. 

7. Seventh in descent from Abraham Howe of Wat- 
ertown, Marlboro and Lancaster, Mass. Served in gar- 
rison at Marlboro in King Philip's War. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Gen. Artemas Ward. 

6. Nahum Ward, 1684-1754. Martha Howe, 1687-1755. 

7. Daniel Howe, 1658-1718. Eliza Kerly, ....-1735. 

8. Abraham Howe -1695. Hannah Ward, 1639-1717. 

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8. Eighth in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley 
of Mass. An account of his life and public services will 
be found later in this volume. 

2. Charles R. Rhodes, 1819-1887. Mary Elizabeth Ward, 1824-.... 

3. Dr. Dudley W. Rhodes, 1792-1840. Emma Rathbone, 1797-.... 

4. Col. Simon Rhodes, 1760-1844. Sarah Woodbridge, 1767-1855. 

5. Dr. Dudley Woodbridge, 1705-1790. Sarah Sheldon, 1721-1796. 

6. Rev. Ephraim Woodbridge, 1680-1725. Hannah Morgan, 1674- 



7. Rev. John Woodbridge, Jr., 1644-1691. Abigail Leete, 1648-1710. 

8. Rev. John Woodbridge, Sr., 1613-1695. Mercy Dudley, 1621-1691. 

9. Gov. Thomas Dudley, 1576-1653 Dorothy Torke, 1582-1643 



9. Seventh in descent from Governor William Leete 
of New Haven, Conn. One of the founders of New 
Haven Colony and a signer of the Plantation Cove- 
nant 1639 ; Deputy to New Haven General Court 1644 ; 
Assistant for New Haven Colony 1653 to 1658; Deputy 
Governor New Haven Colony 1658 to 1660; Assistant 
Connecticut Colony 1665 to 1669 ; Deputy Governor Con- 
necticut 1669 to 1676; Governor Connecticut 1676 to 
1683; Commissioner to Massachusetts 1653-54; Commis- 
sioner for United Colonies 1655 to 1663 and 1678. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Dudley (No. 8). 
8. Gov. William Leete, 1613-1683. Anne Payne, ....-1668. 

io. Seventh in descent from Rev. John Woodbridge, 
Sr., of Newbury and Andover, Mass. One of the first set- 
tlers of Newbury and Deputy 1637-38-40-41; Member 
of Ancient & Honorable Artillery Co. 1644; Pastor of 
first church at Andover 1645-46; in England from 1647 
to 1663; Magistrate from Newbury 1677-78-79; Associ- 
ate Judge for Essex County 1678-79 ; Assistant 1683-84. 

For line of descent see Gov. Thomas Dudley (No. 8). 
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ii. Eighth in descent from Richard Treat of Weth- 
ersfield, Conn. Deputy from Wethersfield 1637 to 1657; 
Assistant 1658 to 1665; Member of Gov. Winthrop's 
Council 1663-64; named as one of the Patentees in Con- 
necticut Royal Charter 1662. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Governor Thomas Dudley (No. 8). 

7. Lieut. John Morgan, 1645-1712. Rachel Deming, - 

8. John Deming, 1615-1705. Honor Treat, 1616-.... 

9. Richard Treat, 1584-1669. Alice Gaylord, 1594-.... 

12. Seventh in descent from John Deming of Wethers- 
field, Conn. Deputy from Wethersfield 1649 to 1661 ; 
named as one of the Patentees in Connecticut Royal 
Charter 1662. 

For line of descent see Richard Treat (No. 11). 

13. Sixth in descent from Lieut. John Morgan of New 
London and Preston, Conn. Deputy from New London 
1690; Deputy from Preston 1693-94; Indian Commis- 
sioner 1692; Lieut. 1693. 

For line of descent see Richard Treat (No. 11). 

14. Seventh in descent from James Morgan of Rox- 
bury, Mass., and New London, Conn. Deputy from 
New London many times between 1657 and 1670; one 
of the volunteers who drew "Cedar Swamp Lots" for 
services in the Pequot War. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Dudley (No. 8). 

7. Dleut. John Morgan, 1645-1712. Rachel Deming - 

8. James Morgan, 1607-1685. Margaret Hill, 1640-1685. 

15. Seventh in descent from Ensign Daniel Warner 
of Hadley Mass. Ensign in Hadley Co. Hampshire 
Reg't. Commanded by Major John Pynchon 1674. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Dudley (No. 8). 

6. Isaac Sheldon, Jr., 1686-.... Elizabeth Pratt, ......... 

7. Isaac Sheldon, Sr., 1656-1712. Sarah Warner, 1667- 

8. Ensign Daniel Warner, 1643-1692. Mary -1672. 

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16. Sixth in descent from John Rathbone of Roxbury, 
Mass., and New Shoreham, R. I. Deputy from New 
Shoreham 1683-84. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Dudley (No. 8.) 

4. John Rathbone, 1751-1843. Eunice Wells, 1758-1810. 

5. Rev. John Rathbone, 1729-1826. Constant Brown, 1733-1804. 

6. Rev. Joshua Rathbone, 1696-1779. Mary Wightman, 1704-1777. 

7. John Rathbone, 1658-1723. Ann Dodge -1723. 



RICHARDSON, WILLIAM EDDY. (Soc. No. 94). 
Duluth, Minn. 

Born Aug. 23rd, 1861, in Poultney, Vermont. 
Married Katharina von Suessmilch Dec. 27th, 1882. 

2. Francis Allan Richardson, 1832-1889. Mary Smedley Eddy, 
1837- 

3. Rev. Chauncey Eddy, 1794-1861. Julia Maria Woodbridge. 

1796-1878. 

4. Joseph Woodbridge, 1749-1809. Lucy Sheldon, 1765-1855. 

5. Dr. Dudley Woodridge, 1705-1790. Sarah Sheldon, 1721-1796. 

6. Rev. Ephraim Woodbridge, 1680-1725. Hannah Morgan, 1674-.... 

7. Rev. John Woodbridge, Jr., 1644-1691. Abigail Leete, 1648-1710. 

8. Rev. John Woodbridge, Sr., 1613-1695. Mercy Dudley, 1621-1691. 

Seventh in descent from Rev. John Woodbridge, Sr., 
of Boston, Mass. A member of the Ancient and Honor- 
able Artillery Co. 1644. In 1647 ne returned to England 
and was Chaplain to the Parliamentary Commissioners, 
who treated with the King at the Isle of Wight. He was 
ejected in 1663 after the Restoration. In 1683-4 he was an 
"Assistant" of Mass. Bay Colony. 

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SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Eighth in descent from Gov. Thomas Dudley of 
Mass. An account of his life and public services will 
be found later in this volume. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Rev. John Woodbridge, Sr. 
9. Gov. Thomas Dudley, 1576-1653. Dorothy Yorke, 1582-1643. 

2. Seventh in descent from Governor William Leete 
of New Haven, Conn. One of the founders of New 
Haven Colony and a signer of the "Plantation Covenant" 
1639; Assistant 1643 to 1658; Deputy Governor 1658 to 
1661 ; Governor 1676 to 1683 ; Commissioner for the 
United Colonies for many years. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Rev. John Woodbridge, Sr. 
8. Gov. William Leete, 1611-1683. Anna Payne -1668. 

3. Eighth in descent from Richard Treat of Wethers- 
field, Conn. Deputy from Wethersfield 1637 to 1657; 
Assistant 1658 to 1665; member of Gov. Winthrop's 
Council 1663 and 1664; one of the patentees named in 
Conn. Royal Charter 1662. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Rev. John Woodbridge, Sr. 

7. Lieut. John Morgan, 1645-1712. Rachel Deming - 

8. John Deming, 1615-1705. Honor Treat, 1616-.... 

9. Richard Treat, 1584-1669. Alice Gaylord, 1594-.... 

4. Seventh in descent from John Deming of Wethers- 
field, Conn. Deputy from Wethersfield 1649 to 1661 ; 
named as one of Patentees in Conn. Royal Charter. 

For line of descent see Richard Treat (No. 3). 

5. Sixth in descent from Lieut. John Morgan of New 
London and Preston, Mass. Deputy from New London 
1690; Deputy from Preston 1693-94; Indian Commis- 
sioner 1692 ; appointed Lieut. 1693. 

For line of descent see Richard Treat (No. 3). 
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6. Seventh in descent from James Morgan of New 
London, Conn., and Roxbury, Mass. Deputy from New 
London many times between 1657 and 1670 ; one of those 
who drew "Cedar Swamp Lots" for service in the Pe- 
quot War. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Rev. John Woodbridge, Sr. 

7. Lieut. John Morgan, 1645-1712. Rachel Deming -.... 

8. James Morgan, 1607-1685. Margaret Hill, 1640-1685. 

7. Eighth in descent from Andrew Warner of Hat- 
field, Mass. A member of the first troop of Horse in 
Conn. 1657 under Capt. Richard Lord and of the Hamp- 
shire Troop from Hadley, Mass., 1663 and later. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Rev. John Woodbridge, Sr. 

6. Deacon Isaac Sheldon, 1686-.... Elizabeth Pratt, 1693-.... 

7. Isaac Sheldon, 1656-1712. Sarah Warner, 1665-.... 

8. Ensign Daniel Warner, 1643-1692. Mary , -1672. 

9. Andrew Warner -1682. Mary , - 

8. Seventh in descent from Ensign Daniel Warner of 
Hadley, Mass. Ensign in the Hadley Company 1674. 

For line of descent see Andrew Warner (No. 7). 

9. Eighth in descent from John Pratt of Cambridge, 
Mass., and Hartford, Conn. ; Deputy from Hartford 1639 
and many years later, also Magistrate. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Andrew Warner (No. 7). 

7. Daniel Pratt, Jr -1703. Elizabeth Lee -.... 

8. Daniel Pratt, Sr., ....-1690. 

9. John Pratt -1655. 

io. Eighth in descent from Nathaniel Richardson of 
Woburn, Mass. A member of the Troop of Horse com- 
manded by Capt. Thomas Prentice and wounded in the 
"Great Swamp Fight" December 19th, 1675. 

2. Francis Allan Richardson, 1836-1889. Mary Smedley Eddy, 

1837-.... 

3. James Richardson, 1794-1861. Mary Fisher, 1796-1859. 

4. Manasseh Richardson, 1766-1826. Mary Beaman, 1768-1847. 

5. James Richardson, 1730-1808. Ruth - 

6. Capt. William Richardson, 1699-1770. Mary Wilder, 1703-1789. 

7. Capt. James Richardson, 1676-1722. Rebecca Eaton, 1679-1699. 

8. Nathaniel Richardson, 1651-1714. Mary -1719. 

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ii. Sixth in descent from Capt. James Richardson of 
Woburn, Mass. Employed in active service against the 
Indians in Maine. 

For line of descent see Nathaniel Richardson (No. 10). 

12. Fifth in descent from Capt. William Richardson 
of Woburn and Lancaster, Mass. Capt. of the Lancas- 
ter Co. also a member of Capt. Ephraim Wilder's Co. 
engaged in expeditions against the Indians 1748; Dep- 
uty from Lancaster many times between 1741 and 1761. 

For line of descent see Nathaniel Richardson (No. 10). 

13. Fourth in descent from James Richardson of 
Lancaster, Mass. A member of Capt. David Moore's 
Co. of Militia under command of Lieut. Col. Enoch Hal- 
let. 

For line of descent see Nathaniel Richardson (No. 10). 

14. Tenth in descent from Sergeant John Tidd of 
Woburn, Mass. Sergeant of Militia at Woburn. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Nathaniel Richardson (No. 10). 
S. Joshua Baton, 1653-1717. Rebecca Kendall, 1657-1690. 
9. Francis Kendall -1708. Mary Tidd -1705. 

10. John Tidd, Jr - Rebecca Wood, — - — 

11. Sergt. John Tidd 1643. Margaret -1651. , 

15. Seventh in descent from Joshua Eaton of Read- 
ing, Mass. Deputy from Reading. 

For line of descent see Sergt. John Tidd (No. 14). 

16. Ninth in descent from Edmund Rice of Sudbury, 
Mass. Deputy from Sudbury 1640 and later. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Nathaniel Richardson (No. 10). 

7. John Wilder, 1673-.... Sarah (White) Sawyer, 1680-.... 

8. Josiah White, 1643-1714. Mary Rice, 1656-1733. 

9. Thomas Rice -1681. Mary King, ....-1715. 

10. Edmund Rice, 1594-1663. Thamazine ,....- 

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ij. Eighth in descent from Thomas Rice of Sudbury, 
Concord and Marlboro, Mass. He commanded the gar- 
rison at Marlboro 1675. 

For line of descent see Edmund Rice (No. 16). 

18. Sixth in descent from John Wilder of Lancas- 
ter, Mass. A member of Capt. Josiah Willard's Co. 
1725 ; served with Sergeant Buckminster in "Lovewell's 
War." 

For line of descent see Edmund Rice (No. 16). 

19. Eighth in descent from John White, Sr., of 
Salem and Lancaster, Mass. He served in the Militia 
until relieved on account of his advanced years. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Edmund Rice (No. 16). 
9. John White, Sr., ....-1673. Joanna -1654. 

20. Eighth in descent from Lieut. Thomas Fuller of 
Salem and Woburn, Mass. Sergeant 1656 ; Lieut. 1685. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Nathaniel Richardson (No. 10). 

5. John Beaman, - Mary Fuller - 

6. Edward Fuller, Jr., 1720-1783. Lucy Hubbard, 1727-1811. 

7. Edward Fuller, Sr., 1690-1743. Sarah Quarles, ....- 

8. Jacob Fuller, 1655-1751. Mary Bacon - 

9. Lieut. Thomas Fuller, 1618-1698. Elizabeth Tidd - 

21. Seventh in descent from Jacob Fuller of Woburn 
and Salem, Mass. A member of the Salem Troop of 
Horse. 

For line of descent see Lieut. Thomas Fuller (No. 20). 

22. Sixth in descent from John Beaman, Jr., of Lan- 
caster, Mass. Served in the garrison at Lancaster 1704 
and again 1722. 

2, S and 4, same as descent from Nathaniel Richardson (No. 10). 

5. John Beaman, - Mary Fuller - 

6. Noah Beaman, 1704- Hannah , - 

7. John Beaman, Jr., 1677-1763. Abigail , ......... 

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23. Ninth in descent from Francis Parrott of Row- 
ley, Mass. Deputy from Rowley 1640 and 1642. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Lieut. Thomas Fuller (No. 20). 

7. Daniel Hubbard, 1694-1784. Dorothy Dakin, 1698-1769. 

8. Deacon Joseph Dakin, 1670-1744. Dorothy Wooster, 1675- 

9. Samuel Wooster -1681. Elizabeth Parrott - 

10. Francis Parrott -1656. Elizabeth - 

24. Eighth in descent from Samuel Wooster of Brad- 
ford, Mass. Deputy from Bradford from 1679 to 1681. 

For line of descent see Francis Parrot (No. 23). 

25. Ninth in descent from George Hubbard of Guil- 
ford and Wethersfield, Conn. Deputy from Wethers- 
field 1637 and later ; Member of the Assembly at the union 
of Hartford and New Haven Colonies 1666 to 1667. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Francis Parrot (No. 23). 

8. Jonathan Hubbard, 1659-1728. Hannah Rice, 1658-1749. 

9. John Hubbard, 1630-1705. Mary Murian -.... 

10. George Hubbard, ....-1683. Mary Bishop -1675. 

26. Eighth in descent from Anthony Fisher of Ded- 
ham, Mass. Deputy from Dedham 1649. 

2. Francis Allan Richardson, 1836-1889. Mary Smedley Eddy, 

1837-.... 

3. James Richardson, 1794-1861. Mary Fisher, 1796-1859. 

4. MaJ. Jacob Fisher, 1768-1843. Nancy Carter, 1771-1822. 

5. Jeremiah Fisher, Jr., 1727-.... Esther Reed, ......... 

6. Capt. Jeremiah Fisher, Sr., 1701-.... Prudence Crosby, 1705-.. . 

7. Capt. John Fisher, 1656-1736. Rebecca Ellis, 1661-1740. 

8. Capt. Daniel Fisher, 1620-1683. Abigail Marrett, ....-1683: 

9. Anthony Fisher, 1591-1671. Mary -.... 

27. Seventh in descent from Capt. Daniel Fisher of 
Dedham, Mass. Member of the Ancient and Honorable 
Artillery Co. 1640; Sergeant of the Company 1655; Dep- 
uty from 1658 to 1682 with the exception of two years; 
Speaker 1680, 1681 and 1682 ; Assistant 1683. 

For line of descent see Anthony Fisher (No. 26). 

28. Sixth in descent from Capt. John Fisher of Need- 
ham, Mass. Served under Capt. William Turner in 

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King Philip's War and was wounded in the battle at 
Bloody Brook; Capt. of the Needham Co. of Horse at 
the overthrow of Gov. Andros. 

For line of descent see Anthony Fisher (No. 26). 

29. Fifth in descent from Capt. Jeremiah Fisher of 
Needham, Mass. Capt. of the Needham Co. of Militia. 

For line of descent see Anthony Fisher (No. 26). 

30. Seventh in descent from Richard Ellis of Ded- 
ham, Mass. Deputy from Dedham 1694. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Anthony Fisher (No. 26). 
8. Richard Ellis - Elizabeth French - 

31. Eighth in descent from Capt. Richard Brackett of 
Braintree, Mass. Commander of the Militia at Brain- 
tree and a member in 1636 of the Ancient and Honorable 
Artillery Co. of Boston; Deputy from Braintree many 
times between 1655 and 1680. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Anthony Fisher (No. 26). 

7. Joseph Crosby, 1669- Sarah French, 1671- 

8. Simon Crosby, 1637-1725. Rachel Brackett, 1639- 

9. Capt. Richard Brackett, 1611-1691. Alice 1614-1690. 

32. Seventh in descent from Simon Crosby of Biller- 
ica, Mass. Served in the garrison and as a scout in King 
Philip's War; Private in Capt. Lane's Troop 1706; 
Deputy from Billerica 1691 and later. 

For line of descent see Capt. Richard Brackett (No. 31). 

33. Ninth in descent from Rev. John Lothrop of 
Scituate and Barnstable, Mass. First minister at Scit- 
uate. Member of Capt. Thomas Dimmock's Co. 1643. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Capt. Richard Brackett (No. 31). 

8. Capt. William French, 1604-1681. Mary Lothrop,'....-.... 

9. Thomas Lothrop, 1621-1707. Sarah Larned -.... 

10. Rev. John Lothrop, 1584-1653. Mary , ......... 

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34- Eighth in descent from Thomas Lothrop of Barn- 
stable, Mass. Member of the Barnstable Military Co. 
1643. 

For line of descent see Rev. John Lothrop (No. 33). 

35. Seventh in descent from Capt. William French of 
Cambridge and Billerica, Mass. Member of the Ancient 
and Honorable Artillery Co. 1638; Junior Sergeant 1643; 
First Sergeant 1646; Lieut. 1647; Ensign 1650; Capt. 
1681 ; Deputy from Billerica 1660 to 1663. 

For line of descent see Rev. John Lothrop (No. 33). 

36. Ninth in descent from John Prescott of Water- 
town and Lancaster, Mass. Served at Lancaster 1675- 
76 in defending the town against the Indians. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Anthony Fisher (No. 26). 

5. Capt. Ephraim Carter, Jr., 1743-1798. Abigail Carter, 1748-1804. 

6. Ephraim Carter, Sr., 1713-1793. Abigail Wilder, 1718-.... 

7. Samuel Carter, 1678-1738. Dorothy Wilder, 1686-.... 

8. Capt. Nathaniel Wilder, 1650-1704. Mary Sawyer, 1653- 

9. Thomas Sawyer, 1616-1706. Mary Prescott - 

10. John Prescott, 1604-1681. Mary Platts -.... 

37. Eighth in descent from Thomas Sawyer of Lan- 
caster, Mass. Served in garrison at Lancaster during 
King Philip's War and commanded the garrison 1704. 

For line of descent see John Prescott (No. 36). 

38. Seventh in descent from Capt. Nathaniel Wilder 
of Lancaster, Mass. Capt. of the Lancaster Co. and com- 
manded the garrison when the town was attacked by 
Indians and was killed during the battle. 

For line of descent see John Prescott (No. 36). 

39. Sixth in descent from Samuel Carter of Lancas- 
ter, Mass. Served in the garrison at Lancaster under 

Lieut. Nathaniel Wilder 1704. 

For line of descent see John Prescott (No. 36). 

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40. Ninth in descent from John Mousall of Charles- 
town and Woburn, Mass. Deputy 1635 ; Member of the 
Ancient and Honorable Artillery Co. 1641. 

2 to 7, same as descent from John Prescott (No. 36). 

8. Rev. Samuel Carter, 1640-1693. Eunice Brooks, 1655- 

9. John Brooks -1691. Eunice Mousall -1684. 

10. John Mousall -1665. Joanna -.... 



41. Eighth in descent from Ralph Houghton of Lan- 
caster, Mass. Deputy from Lancaster 1673 and 1689; 
was one of the four who signed the "Proprietor's Cove- 
nant." 

2 to 6, same as descent from John Prescott (No. 36). 

7. Col. James Wilder, 1680-1739. Abigail Gardner, 1681-1761. 

8. Capt. Thomas Wilder, 1645-1717. Mary Houghton, 1653-.... 

9. Ralph Houghton, 1623-1693. Jane -.... 

42. Seventh in descent from Capt. Thomas Wilder of 
Lancaster, Mass. Served in King Philip's War; Lieut. 
1689 ; Capt. of the garrison at Lancaster 1704. 

For line of descent see Ralph Houghton (No. 41). 

43. Sixth in descent from Col. James Wilder of Lan- 
caster, Marlboro and Boston, Mass. Served in King 
William's War; Ensign 1717; Capt. 1722; Col. 1737; 
Deputy 1 73 1. 

For line of descent see Ralph Houghton (No. 41). 

44. Ninth in descent from Thomas Gardner, Sr., of 
Cape Ann, Mass. Deputy from Cape Ann 1637 ; "Over- 
seer" of the plantation of Cape Ann 1624-25. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Ralph Houghton (No. 41). 

8. Capt. Andrew Gardner, 1642-1690. Sarah Mason, 1651-.... 

9. Thomas Gardner, Jr 1689. Lucy Smith -1687. 

10. Thomas Gardner, Sr -1674. - 

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45- Seventh in descent from Capt. Andrew Gardner 
of Lancaster, Mass. Deputy 1689; Capt. in the expedi- 
tion to Canada 1690 under Sir William Phipps and died 
in service. 

For line of descent see Thomas Gardner, Sr. (No. 44). 

46. Eighth in descent from Capt. Hugh Mason of 
Sudbury and Watertown, Mass. Lieut. 1645 ; Capt. from 
1652 to 1678; member of the Council of War 1676; 
Commander of Volunteers against Manhattoes 1664; 
commanded his Company in the Sudbury Fight in King 
Philip's War; went to the relief of Groton in command 
of the Watertown Co. although 70 years of age ; Deputy 
many times from 1635 to 1677. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Thomas Gardner, Sr. (No. 44). 
9. Capt. Hugh Mason, 1605-1678. Esther 1612-1692. 

47. Eighth in descent from Lawrence Waters of Lan- 
caster and Charlestown, Mass. Served in the garrison 
at Lancaster during King Philip's War. 

2 to 5, same as descent from John Prescott (No. 36). 

6. Col. John Carter, 1713-1776. Abigail Joslin, 1712- 

7. Capt. Peter Joslin, 1666-1759. Joanna Whitcomb, 1674-1717. 

8. Josiah Whitcomb, 1638-1718. Bebecca Waters, 1640-.... 

9. Lawrence Waters, 1602-1687. Ann Linton -1680. 

48. Seventh in descent from Josiah Whitcomb of Lan- 
caster, Mass. Deputy from Lancaster 1710; commanded 
the garrison at Lancaster 1704. 

For line of descent see Lawrence Waters (No. 47). 

49. Sixth in descent from Capt. Peter Joslin of Lan- 
caster, Mass. Ensign and Commander of the garrison 

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at Lancaster and Capt. of the Lancaster Co. ; July 18th, 
1692, Indians attacked his house at Lancaster, murdered 
his wife and three children and carried away another 
child. 

For line of descent see Lawrence Waters (No. 47). 

50. Fifth in descent from Col. John Carter of Lan- 
caster, Mass. One of the officers who marched to the 
relief of Fort William Henry 1758 ; Col. of the 2nd Reg. 
of Militia 1766. 

For line of descent see Lawrence Waters (No. 47). 

51. Eighth in descent from Samuel Eddy of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. Member of the Plymouth Military Co. 
1643. 

2. Francis Allan Richardson, 183G-1889. Mary Sraedley Eddy, 

1837- 

3. Rev. Chauncey Eddy, 1794-1861. Julia Maria Woodbridge, 1796- 

1878. 

4. Levens Eddy, 1758-1846. Deborah Doane -.... 

5. John Eddy 4th, 1736- 

6. John Eddy 3d, ....- , ......... 

7. John Eddy 2d, 1671-1716. Hepsibah , 1643-1726. 

8. John Eddy 1st, 1637-1695. Susannah Paddock, 1649-1670. 

9. Samuel Eddy, 1608-1685. Elizabeth , -1682. 

52. Eighth in descent from Robert Paddock of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. Member of the Plymouth Military Co. 
1643. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Samuel Eddy (No. 51). 
9. Robert Paddock, -1650. Mary , 

53. Eighth in descent from John Doane of Plymouth 
and Eastham, Mass. Deputy from Plymouth from 1639 

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to 1642; Deputy from Eastham 1649 an( l later; Govern- 
or's Assistant 1632-33-39; Member of the Plymouth Mil- 
itary Co. 1643. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Samuel Eddy (No. 51). 

5. Seth Doane, 1733-1802. Mercy Parker -1802. 

6. Joseph Doane, Jr., 1693-1745. Deborah Paddock, 1705-1752. 

7. Oapt. Joseph Doane, 1668-1757. Mary Godfrey, 1672-1725. 

8. Daniel Doane, 1636-1712 , ......... 

9. John Doane, 1591-1686. Abigail -.... 

54. Sixth in descent from Capt. Joseph Doane of 
Eastham, Mass. Deputy from Eastham 1702-27-28. 
April ioth, 1712, he was appointed by Governor Dudley 
Capt. of a Foot Co. of Indians belonging to the Barn- 
stable County Militia. 

For line of descent see John Doane (No. 53). 

55. Eighth in descent from John Hall, Sr., of Yar- 
mouth and Barnstable, Mass. Member of the Barnsta- 
ble Military Co. 

2 to 6, same as descent from John Doane (No. 53). 

7. Robert Paddock, 1671-.... Martha Hall, 1676-.... 

8. Deacon John Hall, 1637-1710. Priscilla Bearse, 1644-1712. 

9. John Hall, Sr 1696. 

56. Eighth in descent from Austin Bearse of Barn- 
stable, Mass. Member of the Barnstable Military Co. 
1643- 

2 to 8, same as descent from John Hall, Sr. (No. 55). 
9. Austin Bearse, 1618-1697. 

57. Eighth in descent from Richard Sears of Yar- 
mouth, Mass. Member of the Yarmouth Militia under 
Lieut. William Palmer; Deputy from Yarmouth 1662. 

2 to 7, same as descent from John Hall (No. 55). 

8. Zachariah Paddock, 1637-1727. Deborah Sears, 1639-1732. 

9. Richard Sears -1676. 



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ROBINSON, LEWIS ARMS. (Soc. No. 59). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born July 5th, 1856, in Glen's Falls, N. Y. 
Married Lucy Augusta Gault Sept. 25th, 1889. 

3. Frederick Warren Robinson, 1824- Louisa K. Robinson. 

1827- 

3. Heman Robinson, 1787-1837. Betsey Wadsworth, 1792- 

4. Gen. David Robinson, 1764- Sarah Pay, 1757-1801. 

5. Capt. Samuel Robinson, Jr., 1705-1767. Mercy Leonard, 1713- 

1795. 

Fourth in descent from Capt. Samuel Robinson, Jr., of 
Cambridge and Hardwick, Mass. Served in three cam- 
paigns in the French and Indian War as Capt. of a 
Co. in Col. Timothy Ruggles' Regt. ; was at the head of 
his Co. in the battle of Lake George, 1755, when the 
French were defeated; one of the pioneer settlers of 
Bennington, Vt, 1761, and commissioned Justice of the 
Peace 1762, being the first person appointed to judicial 
office in the state. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

1. Sixth in descent from Samuel Manning of Cam- 
bridge and Billerica, Mass. Deputy from Billerica 1695- 
96. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Capt. Samuel Robinson, Jr. 

6. Samuel Robinson, Sr., 1680-1724. Sarah Manning, 1681-1709. 

7. Samuel Manning, 1644-1711. Abigail Wight, 1655-.... 

2. Seventh in descent from Edward Larkin of 
Charlestown, Mass. Member of Ancient and Honorable 

Artillery Co. 1645; served in King Philip's War. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Capt. Samuel Robinson, Jr. 

6. Moses Leonard,....-.... Mercy Newton, 1685-1715. 

7. Moses Newton, 1646-1736. Johanna Larkin, -VTlt. 

8. Edward Larkin, - 

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3. Sixth in descent from Moses Newton of Sudbury 
and Marlboro, Mass. Served in garrison at Marlboro in 
King Philip's War. 

For line of descent see Edward Larkln (No. 2). 

4. Sixth in descent from John Fay, Sr., of Marlboro, 
Mass. Served in garrison at Marlboro in King Philip's 
War. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Capt. Samuel Robinson, Jr. 

5. Capt. Stephen Pay, 1715-1781. Ruth Child, ......... 

6. John Fay, Jr., 1669-.... Elizabeth Wellington, 1673-.... 

7. John Fay, Sr., 1648-1690. Mary Brigham, ......... 

5. Fourth in descent from Capt. Stephen Fay of Hard- 
wick, Mass., and Bennington, Vt. Capt. of Militia in 
Bennington ; was sent in 1772 as special agent to treat 
with Governor Tryon in the controversy with New York ; 
his house, "The Catamount Tavern," was the headquar- 
ters of the committee of safety after hostilities with Great 
Britain commenced. 

For line of descent see John Fay, Sr. (No. 4). 

6. Sixth in descent from Benjamin Wellington of 
Watertown, Mass. Served as a soldier in King Philip's 
War. 

2 to 6, same as descent from John Fay, Sr. (No. 4). 

7. Benjamin Wellington, 1646-1710. Elizabeth Sweetman, 1647-.... 



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RUSSELL, STEVENS GRAHAM. (Soc. No. 105). 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Born June 27th, 1861, in Medford, Mass. 
Married Isabel May Dickson Sept. 30th, 1885. 

3. Charles James Russell, 1813-1893. Catherine Webster Merrill, 
1819-1901. 

3. Moor Russell, 1757-1861. Betsey Webster, 1763-1823. 

4. Lieut. Peletiah Russell, 1727-1757. Olive Moor -.... 

Third in descent from Lieut. Peletiah Russell of And- 
over, Mass. Lieut, in Capt. Richard Emory's Co., Col. Na- 
thaniel Meserve's Regiment in the Crown Point expedi- 
tion 1757. He was stationed at Fort William Henry and 
when the fort was captured by the French under Gen. 
Montcalm, the troops were given a safe conduct home. 
These terms were violated and the troops were attacked 
by the Indians, many being killed, and amongst others 
who were taken captive was Lieut. Peletiah Russell. He 
was afterwards exchanged but died at Halifax on his 
way home. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Ninth in descent from Capt. Edmund Greenleaf 
of Newbury, Mass. Commanded a company which 
marched against the Indians 1637 ; Ensign 1639 ; Lieut 
of Massachusetts Provincial forces 1642 and 1644; 
"Head of Militia" under Capt. Gerrish 1644; Capt. of 
the Newbury Co. 1645 ; retired from military duty 1647. 

2. Charles James Russell, 1813-1893. Catherine Webster Merrill 

1819-1901. 

3. Stevens Merrill, 1790-1863. Mehetabel Worthley Wells, 1797- 

1885. 

4. Joseph Merrill, 1764-1839. Sarah Copp, 1767-1839. 

5. Stevens Merrill, 1731-1804. Sarah Chase, 1731-1794. 

6. Stephen Chase, 1696-.... Sarah Hale, 1698-1755. 

7. Henry Hale, 1666-.... Sarah Kelly, 1670-.... 

8. John Hale, 1636-1707. Sarah Somerby, 1645-1742. 

9. Henry Somerby, 1610-1652. Judith Greenleaf, 1628-1705. 

10. Capt. Edmund Greenleaf, 1573-1671. Sarah Dole -1663. 

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2. Sixth in descent from Corporal Abel Merrill of 
Newbury, Mass. Corporal 'of the Second Foot Com- 
pany of Newbury, commanded by Capt. Hugh March 
1710-11. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Capt. Edmund Greenleaf (No. 1). 

6. Abel Merrill, Jr., 1698-1783. Ruth Kelly, 1704-1781. 

7. Corporal Abel Merrill, 1671-1759. Abigail Stevens -1757. 

3. Eighth in descent from Sergt. Thomas Hale of 
Newbury, Mass. Sergt. of the Militia at Newbury from 
1652 to 1657; Magistrate 1647; commissioned to hold 
court in Norfolk County, 1648. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Capt. Edmund Greenleaf (No. 1). 
9. Sergt. Thomas Hale, 1606-1682. Thomasine -1682. 

4. Sixth in descent from Ensign Moses Chase of 
Newbury, Mass. Ensign in Capt. Hugh March's Co. of 
Snow Shoe men, Essex North Regiment 1710. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Capt Edmund Greenleaf (No. 1). 
7. Ensign Moses Chase, 1663-.... Anne Follansbee, 1663- 

5. Sixth in descent from Jonathan Kelly of Newbury, 
Mass. Member of the Second Foot Company of New- 
bury, commanded by Capt. Hugh March 1710-11. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Capt. Edmund Greenleaf (No. 1). 

6. Abel Merrill, Jr., 1698-1783. Ruth Kelly, 1704-1781. 

7. Jonathan Kelly, 1681-.... Hester Morse, 1683- 

6. Seventh in descent from Capt. Thomas Hale of 
Newbury, Mass. Served in Capt. Nathaniel Davenport's 
Co. 1675; Sergt. of Militia 1652 to 1657; referred to in 
town records as Captain. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Capt. Edmund Greenleaf (No. 
1). 

5. Joshua Copp, 1741-1804. Sarah Poor, 1741-.... 

6. Samuel Poor, 1706-1748. Elizabeth Searle, 1712-1779. 

7. Henry Poor, 1650-1740. Abigail Hale, 1662-.... 

8. Capt. Thomas Hale, 1633-1688. Mary Hutchinson, 1630-1715. 

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7. Sixth in descent from Henry Poor of Newbury, 
Mass. Served under Major Appleton in King Philip's 
War 1675. 

For line of descent see Capt. Thomas Hale (No. 6). 



RUST, ALONY JOSEPH. (Soc. No. 112). 
Eau Claire, Wis. 

Born Oct. 25th, 1854, in Marine City, Mich. 
Married Jessie Williams Jan. 5th, 1898. 

2. Alony Rust, 1818-1874. Jane Luff, 1821-.... 

S. Amasa Rust, 1792-1859. Charlotte Ward, 1797-1863. 

4. Alony Rust, 1766-1857. Esther Doud, 1774-1865. 

5. Elisha Rust, 1740- Hannah Parsons, ....-1776. 

6. Daniel Rust, ITU-.... Elizabeth Williams -.... 

7. Jonathan Rust, 1681-1774. Ann Lyman, — - — 

8. Israel Rust, 1643-1712. Rebecca Clark, 1648-1733. 

9. Lieut. William Clark, 1609-1690. Sarah -1675. 

Eighth in descent from Lieut. William Clark of 
Northampton, Mass. Lieut, in the Reg't. commanded by 
Maj. John Pynchon, which served in King Philip's War; 
Deputy from Northampton for 15 years between 1663 
and 1682. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Sixth in descent from John Doud of East Guil- 
ford and Middletown, Conn. Served in King Philip's 
War and took part in the Falls Fight May 19th, 1676. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Lieut. William Clark. 

6. Ezra Doud, 1732-1814. Mary Taylor, ......... 

6. Isaac Doud, 1700-1769. Abigail Stevens -.... 

7. John Doud, 1650-1712. Mary Bartlett -.... 



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SEABURY, CHANNING. (Soc. No. 103). 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Born Jan. 5th, 1842, in Southbridge, Mass. 
Married Elizabeth Proudfit Austin April 4th 1883. 

2. John Seabury, 1790- Caroline Plimpton, - 

3. Joseph Seabury, 1762-1800. Rebecca Chapman, - 

4. Iehabod Seabury, 1734-1788. Temperance (Pearcep Glbbs, 1724- 

179S. 
6. Joseph Seabury, 1678-1755. Mary Ladd, 1699-1734. 

6. Samuel Seabury, 1640-1681. Martha Pabodle, 1651- 

7. William Pabodie 1614-1707. Elizabeth Alden, 1623-1717. 

8. John Alden, 1599-1687. Prlscilla Mullins, 1602-1688. 

Seventh in descent from John Alden of Plymouth, 
Mass. A Mayflower passenger and the 7th signer of 
the Compact; member of Capt. Miles Standish's Co. 
1643; Assistant 1632 to 1640 and from 1656 to 1687; 
Deputy 1640 to 1650; member of the Council of War 
1646-53-58-67; Treasurer 1656-57-58; Deputy Governor 
1664-65-67. 



SEDGWICK REV THEODORE. (Soc. No. 136.) 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Born August 2nd, 1863, in Stockbridge, Mass. 
Unmarried. 

2. Henry Dwight Sedgwick, Jr., 1824-.... Henriette Ellery, 1829- 

3. Henry Dwight Sedgwick, Sr., 1785-1831. Jane Minot, 1795-1859. 

4. Theodore Sedgwick, 1746-1813. Palmela Dwight, 1752-1807. 

5. Benjamin Sedgwick, 1716-1757. Ann Thompson, - 

6. Capt. Samuel Sedgwick, 1667-1735. Mary Hopkins, 1670-1743. 

7. William Sedgwick, 1643- Elizabeth Stone, ......... 

8. Major Gen.Bobert Sedgwick, 1600-1656. Johanna - 

Seventh in descent from Major General Robert Sedg- 
wick of Charlestown and Boston, Mass. Capt. of the 

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Charlestown Co. 1636 and Charter Member and Cap- 
tain of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Co. ; Com- 
mander of the Castle 1643 ; Maj. Gen. of the Massachu- 
setts forces 1652 in the expedition against Acadia and 
also in 1656 in the expedition against Jamaica, where he 
died after having been made Gov. and Maj. Gen. 



SHAW, OLIVER WARREN. (Soc. No. 127). 
Austin, Minn. 

Born July 19th, 1834, in Moultonboro, N. H. 
Married Sarah Jane Rollins Jan. 7th, 1862. 

2. Edward Shaw, 18U-1S72. Elizabeth Langdon Lunt, 1813-1890. 

3. Jeremiah Shaw, Jr., 1778-1854. Rachel Warren, 1778-1865. 

4. Jeremiah Shaw, Sr., 1747-1834. Hannah Moulton, 1751-1827. 

5. Edward Shaw, Jr., 1724-1787. Ruth Fellows, 1723-1798. 

6. Edward Shaw, Sr., 1687-1764. Mary Johnson, 1688-1727. 

7. Benjamin Shaw, 1641-1717. Esther Richardson, 1645-1736. 

8. Roger Shaw -1661. Anne , -1652. 

Seventh in descent from Roger Shaw of Hampton, 
Mass. Deputy from Hampton 1651-52-53. 



SKINNER, JAMES HENRY. (Soc. No. 80). 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Born September 6th, 1858, in Faribault, Minn. 
Married Annie Wood May 6th, 1885. 

2. George E. Skinner, 1825-1895. Mary Elizabeth Gibson, 1829-1897. 
S. Samuel Skinner, 1794-1852. Delia Colton, ....- 

4. Deacon Benjamin Skinner, ....-1828. Rachel Simonds, 1753- 

1802. 

5. Col. Benjamin Simonds, 1726-1807. Mary Davis, 1728-1798. 

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Fourth in descent from Col. Benjamin Simonds of 
Mass. Served in the garrison at Fort Massachusetts 
when attacked by French and Indians Aug. 20th, 1746; 
taken captive and held in captivity in Canada for nearly 
two years ; later was a distinguished officer in the Revo- 
lutionary War. 



SMITH, CHARLES EASTWICK, M. D. 

(Soc. No. 78). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born February 14th, 1843, in Blossburg, Pa. 
Married Eliza Stewart Mann Aug. 5th, 1880. 

2. Franklin Rushton Smith, 1809-1892. Mary Guest, 1814-1878. 

3. John Guest, 1768-1817. Rebecca Hall, 1775-1864. 

4. William Hall, 1743-1791. Elizabeth - 

5. John Hall, 1722-1768. Susannah Marshall -1744. 

6. Aquila Hall, 1699-1730. Johanna Philips -1735. 

7. Capt. John Hall, 1658-1737. Martha (Beadle) Goldsmith 



Sixth in descent from Capt. John Hall of Cranberry 
Hall, Md. Capt. of the Baltimore County forces 1694; 
Deputy Commissary 1698; Member of the Council 
from 1709 to 1737; Delegate to General Assembly from 
Baltimore County 1699, 1701-02; President of the Coun- 
cil 1733 to 1737; High Sheriff Baltimore County 1692. 



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SMITH, EDWARD BARNUM. (Soc. No. 58). 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Born December 31st, 1837, in Cleveland, Ohio. 
Married Kate Colvin Boughton Dec. 21st, 1863. 

2. Archibald M. C. Smith, 1807-1852. Beulah Ann Granger, 1812- 

1877. 

3. Seth Granger, 1774-1818. Sarah Barnum, 1782-1832. 

4. Capt. Abner Granger, 1735-1816. Experience King, 1738-1823. 

Third in descent from Capt. Abner Granger of Suf- 
field, Conn. Quartermaster Sergt. 1st Reg. Conn. Col- 
onial Troops 1758 ; participated in the battle of Crown 
Point same year; was present at the taking of Montreal 
1760; served as Lieut, and Capt. throughout the Revolu- 
tion and was at Valley Forge. In 18 13 he was at Buf- 
falo, N. Y., When the British attacked that place; was 
known after his death as "A Veteran of Three Wars." 



SQUIRES, GEORGE CLARKE. (Soc. No. 119). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born Sept. 8th, 1852, in Greene, Chenango Co., N. Y. 
Married Mary Grant Smyth April 29th, 1886. 

2. Selah Squires, 1824-1867. Mary E. Clarke, 1824- 

3. James Squires, 1782-1842. Sally Barker, 1785-1863. 

4. Joseph Barker - Susan Abbott, - 

5. John Abbott, Jr., 1727-.... Elizabeth St. John -.... 

6. John Abbott, Sr - Eunice Judd - 

7. John Judd, 1667-1710. Rachel -1717. 

8. Sergt. William Judd, 1635-1690. Mary Steele, 1638-1718. 

9. John Steele -1665. Rachel , ....-1653. 

Eighth in descent from John Steele of Hartford and 
Farmington, Conn., and Cambridge, Mass. Deputy from 
Cambridge 1634-35, and is said to have attended 88 ses- 
sions of the General Court of Conn.; Secretary of the 
Colony of Conn, for four years. 

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SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Seventh in descent from Sergeant William Judd of 
Cambridge, Mass., and Hartford and Farmington, Conn. 
Sergeant in the Farmington Co. 

For line of descent see John Steele. 

2. Eighth in descent from Deacon Thomas Judd of 
Cambridge, Mass., and Hartford and Farmington Conn. 
Deputy to the General Court of Conn, for 21 sessions be- 
tween May, 1647, and Oct., 1679. 

2 to 8, same as descent from John Steele. 
?. Deacon Thomas Judd, 1608-1688. 

3. Eighth in descent from Matthew Marvin of Hart- 
ford and Norwalk, Conn. Deputy from Norwalk 1654. 

2 to 5, same as descent from John Steele. 

6. Matthew St. John, 1695-1732 ,....-.... 

7. Matthias St. John, 1662- Rachel Bouton, 1667- 

8. John Bouton - Abigail Marvin - 

9. Matthew Marvin, 1600-1680. Elizabeth - 

4. Eighth in descent from Richard Sears of Ply- 
mouth, Marblehead and Yarmouth, Mass. Deputy from 
Yarmouth 1662 ; member of Yarmouth Militia Co. 1643. 

2. Selah Squires, 1824-1867. Mary E. Clarke, 1824- 

3. James Squires, 1782-1842. Sally Barker, 1785-1863. 

4. Selah Squires, - Hannah Abbott, 1757- 

5. Anthony Squires - Phoebe Sears, 1733- 

6. Joshua Sears, 1697-1754. Mary Thacher - 

7. Capt. Samuel Sears, 1664-1742. Mercy Mayo, -1749. 

8. Capt. Paul Sears, 1638-1708. Deborah Willard -1721. 

9. Richard Sears, 1590-1676. Dorothy Thacher -1679. 

5. Seventh in descent from Capt. Paul Sears of Mar- 
blehead and Yarmouth, Mass. Capt. of the Yarmouth 
Military Co. 

For line of descent see Richard Sears (No. 4). 

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6. Sixth in descent from Capt. Samuel Sears of Har- 
wich and West Brewster, Mass. Lieut, of the Harwich 
Co. 1706; Capt 1715. 

For line of descent see Richard Sears (No. 4). 

7. Eighth in descent from Rev. Anthony Thacher of 
Yarmouth, Mass. Deputy from Yarmouth, 1652-53-59- 
63-65 ; Member of the Council of War from 1658 to 
1667. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Richard Sears (No. 4). 

7. Josiah Thacher, 1667-1702. Mary Hedge - 

8. Lieut. John Thacher, 1639-1713. Rebecca Winslow, 1642-1683. 

9. Rev. Anthony Thacher, 1590-1667. Elizabeth Jones, -1667. 

8. Seventh in descent from Lieut. John Thacher of 
Yarmouth, Mass. Deputy from Yarmouth nine times 
between 1669 and 1680; Assistant eight times between 
1681 and 1691 ; Lieut, of the Yarmouth Co. 1681 ; Mem- 
ber of the Council of War 1681. 

For line of descent see Rev. Anthony Thacher (No. 7). 

9. Eighth in descent from Capt. William Hedge of 
Yarmouth and Sandwich, Mass.; Capt. of the Yarmouth 
Military Co. 1659. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Richard Sears (No. 4). 

7. Josiah Thacher, 1667-1702. Mary Hedge - 

8. Sergt. Elisha Hedge -.... Mary , ......... 

9. Capt. William Hedge, - 

10. Seventh in descent from Sergeant Elisha Hedge 
of Yarmouth, Mass. Sergeant in the Yarmouth Co. 1671. 

For line of descent see Capt. William Hedge (No. 9). 

11. Eighth in descent from George Willard of Scit- 
uate, Mass. Member of the Scituate Military Co. 1643. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Richard Sears (No. 4). 
9. George Willard - Dorothy Dunster, ....- 



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12. Ninth in descent from Thomas Bourne of Marsh- 
field, Mass. Deputy from Marshfield 1640-41-42-43-44. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Richard Sears (No. 4). 

7. Josiah Thacher, 1667-1702. Mary Hedge, ......... 

8. Ueut. John. Thacher, 1639-1713. Rebecca Winslow, 1642-1683. 

9. Josiah Winslow, 1605-1674. Margaret Bourne, -1666. 

10. Thomas Bourne, 1581-1664. Elizabeth 1590-1660. 

13. Eighth in descent from Josiah Winslow of Scit- 
uate and Marshfield, Mass. Deputy from Marshfield 
1642-46-47-59; Member of the Council of War 1671. 

For line of descent see Thomas Bourne (No. 12). 



START, CHARLES MONROE. (Soc. No. 122). 

Chief Justice Supreme Court of Minnesota, 

Rochester, Minn. 

Born October 4th, 1839, in Bakersfield, Vermont. 
Married Clara A. Wilson August 10th, 1865. 

2. Simeon Gould Start, 1805-1893. Mary S. Barnes, ....-1862. 

3. Moses Start, 1770-1854. Margaret Gould, 1770-.... 

4. George Start, 1748-1824. Mary Tucker, 1757-1812. 

5. Capt. Moses Tucker, 1704-1769. 

Fourth in descent from Capt. Moses Tucker of New 
Ipswich, N. H. His house was fortified and used as a 
garrison for the people of New Ipswich in 1748 during a 
raid upon the town by the Indians. The alarm was so 
great that all the inhabitants fled except Capt. Tucker; 
served later in the French and Indian War. 



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STEVENS, JOHN WALTER. (Soc. No. 124). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born June 13th, 1856, in Wakefield, Mass. 
Married Julia Preston Codding Jan. 30th, 1884. 

2. John Stevens, 1823-1881. Caroline Hawkes, 1825-1871. 

3. Daniel Hawkes, 1779-1847. Eachel Allen, 1795-1863. 

4. Nathan Hawkes, 1745-1824. Sarah Hitohings, 1752-1839. 

5. Moses Hawkes, Jr., 1699-.... Susanna Hitchings, 17U- 

6. Moses Hawkes, Sr., 1659- Margaret Coggswell, 1675- — 

7. John Hawkes, 1632-1694. Rebecca Maverick -1659. 

8. Moses Maverick, 1610-1686. Remember Allerton, 1614-1652. 

9. Isaac Allerton, 1583-1659. Mary Norris -1621. 

Eighth in descent from Isaac Allerton of Plymouth, 
Mass. One of the Mayflower passengers and the 5th 
signer of the compact ; Deputy Governor of Plymouth 
Colony from 1621 to 1624. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Eighth in descent from John Coggswell 1st of Ips- 
wich, Mass. Deputy from Ipswich 1634-35-36-37. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Isaac Allerton. 

7. John Coggswell 3rd, 1650-1724. Margaret Giftord, - 

8. John Coggswell 2nd, 1622-1653 -.... 

». John Coggswell 1st, 1592- Elizabeth Thompson, ......... 



2. Sixth in descent from Daniel Hitchings, Sr., of 
Lynn, Mass. Served as a member of the Lynn Com- 
pany in King Philip's War. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Isaac Allerton. 

6. Daniel Hitchings, Jr - Susannah Townsend - 

7. Daniel Hitchings, Sr., ......... 

3. Seventh in descent from Thomas Roby of Boston. 
Served in King Philip's War 1675-76. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Isaac Allerton. 

4. Lemuel Allen - Rachel Roby, ......... 

5. Rev. Joseph Roby, 1724-1803. Rachel Proctor, 1725-.... 

8. Joseph Roby, 1693- Priscilla -.... 

7. William Roby, 1648-.... Elizabeth Greenough, ......... 

S. Thomas Roby, - 

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4. Sixth in descent from William Roby of Boston, 
Mass. Clerk of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Co. 
1685, and from 1691 to 1696 ; First Lieut, of same 1693. 

For line of descent see Thomas Roby (No. 3). 

5. Eighth in descent from Nicholas Upshall of Bos- 
ton, Mass. Member of Ancient and Honorable Artil- 
lery Co. 1637, and the 23rd signer of the original mem- 
bership roll. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Thomas Roby (No. 3). 

8. William Greenough - Elizabeth Upshall, 1636- 

». Nicholas Upshall - Dorothy Capen, - 

6. Seventh in descent from Sergt. John Stevens of 
Andover, Mass. Sergt. of the Andover Military Com- 
pany 1 66 1. 

2. John Stevens, 1823-1881. Caroline Hawkes, 1825-1871 

S. Jonathan Stevens, Jr., 1790-1836. Shua Stearns - 

4. Jonathan Stevens, Sr., 1750- Thankful Foster, 1764-.... 

5. John Stevens 4th, 1690-.... Elizabeth Chandler, 169!-.... 

6. John Stevens 3rd, 1663-1728. Ruth Poor -.... 

7. Lieut. John Stevens, 1639-1689. Hannah Barnard -1675. 

8. Sergt. John Stevens, 1606-1662. Elizabeth 1611-1691. 

7. Sixth in descent from Lieut. John Stevens of An- 
dover, Mass. Lieut, in King Philip's War; killed by In- 
dians at Casco Bay, Me., 1689. 

For line of descent see Sergt. John Stevens (No. 6). 

8. Sixth in descent from Ensign Thomas Chandler, 
Sr., of Andover, Mass. Ensign of Andover Military 
Company; Deputy from Andover 1678-79. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Sergt. John Stevens (No. 6). 

«. Lieut. Thomas Chandler, Jr., 1654-.... Mary Peters, 1668-1761 

7. Ensign Thomas Chandler, Sr., 1630-.... Hannah Brewer - 

1717. 

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9. Seventh in descent from William Beamsley of Bos- 
ton, Mass. Member of the Ancient and Honorable Ar- 
tillery Co. 1656. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Sergt. John Stevens (No. 6). 

6. Lieut. Thomas Chandler, Jr., 1654-.... Mary Peters, 1668-1753. 

7. Andrew Peters, 1636-1713. Mercy Beamsley, 1637-.... 

8. William Beamsley -165S. Ann -.... 

10. Sixth in descent from Andrew Peters of Andover, 
Mass. Served in King Philip's War 1676. 

For line of descent see William Beamsley (No. 9). 

11. Fifth in descent from Lieut. Thomas Chandler, 
Jr., of Andover, Mass. Lieut, of Andover Foot Co. 
1683; Deputy from Andover 1678-81-90. 

For line of descent see William Beamsley (No. 9). 

12. Seventh in descent from Capt. Samuel Foster, Sr., 
of Chelmsford, Mass. Lieut. 1665 ; Capt. from 1667 to 
1680; Deputy from Chelmsford 1679-80. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Sergt. John Stevens (No. 6). 
6. Robert Foster, 1738-.... Mary Emery, 1740-1787. 

6. Joseph Foster - Thankful Walker, 1698-1750. 

7. Samuel Foster Jr., 1650-1730. Sarah Keyes, 1657-1738. 

8. Capt. Samuel Foster, Sr., 1619-.... Esther Kemp, - * 

13. Sixth in descent from Samuel Steams of Water- 
town, Mass. Served as a soldier in King Philip's War 
1676. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Sergt.. John Stevens (No. 6). 
i. Benjamin Stearns Jr., 1754-.... Mehitable Holt, 1757-.... 

5. Benjamin Stearns Sr -1761. Anna Taylor - 

6. John Stearns, 1677-1729. Abigail Fiske, 1684-.... 

7. Samuel Stearns, 1638-1683. Hannah Manning, 1642- 

14. Sixth in descent from John Fiske of Wenham, 
Mass. Deputy from Wenham 1680-81. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Samuel Stearns (No. 13). 
7. John Fiske, 1655-1718. Abigail Parke, 1669-.... 

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15- Seventh in descent from William Ballard of 
Chelmsford, Mass. Served as a soldier in King Philip's 
War 1675-76; member of Ancient and Honorable Ar- 
tillery Co. 1636. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Sergt. John Stevens (No. 6). 

4. Benjamin Stearns, Jr., 1754-.... Mehttable Holt, 1757-.... 

5. Daniel Holt, 1726-.... Mehitable Holt -.... 

t. Humphrey Holt, 1693-1754. Abigail , ......... 

7. Henry Holt, 1644-1719. Sarah Ballard, ....-1733. 

8. William Ballard, 1603-1689: 



STEWART, JEREMIAH CLARK, M.D. (Soc. N0.56) 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Born October 21st, 1854, in Camden, N. J. 
Unmarried. 

2. Daniel Stewart, 1811-.... Eliza Mann, 1825- 

3. Asa Mann, 1769-1852. Freelove Clarke, 1788-1848. 

4. Amos Mann, 1739- Alice Arnold, 1741- 

5. Thomas Mann, 3d, 1713- Rebecca - 

6. Thomas Mann, 2d, 1685-1764. Mary Whellng, ......... 

7. Thomas Mann, Sr -1694. Mary Wheat on -1746. 

Sixth in descent from Thomas Mann, Sr., of Rehoboth, 
Mass. He "was sorely wounded" in the desperate con- 
flict at Rehoboth March 26th, 1676, known as "Pierce's 
Fight." In this battle 63 English and 20 friendly In- 
dians fought in a ring back to back for two hours against 
an overwhelming force of Indians and only 11 of the 
English survived. 140 of the attacking Indians were 
killed. 

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SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Seventh in descent from Capt. Jeremiah Clarke of 
Newport, R. I. One of the founders of Newport 1639; 
Lieut. 1642; Capt. 1644; Treasurer of the Colony 1644 
to 1647 ; President Regent and acting as Governor 1648 
pending Gov. Coddington's clearance of certain accu- 
sations ; Assistant 1648. 

2. Daniel Stewart, 1811-1897. Eliza Mann, 1825-.... 

3. Asa Mann, 1769-1852. Fre&love Clarke, 1788-1848. 

4. Jeremiah Clarke, 1734-1815. Sarah Wanton, 1745-1813. 

5. John Clarke, 1700-1740. Elizabeth , 1707-1770. 

6. Walter Clarke 1679-1718. Elizabeth Foster - 

7. Weston Clarke, 1648-1728. Mary Easton, 1668-1690. 

8. Capt. Jeremiah Clarke -1652. Frances (Latham) Dungan, 

16U-1677. 

2. Sixth in descent from Weston Clarke of Provi- 
dence, R. I. Deputy from Providence 1672; Attorney 
General 1676-80-81-85-86 ; Treasurer of the Colony 1681- 
82—83-84; Recorder from 1691 to 1714; Auditor 1697. 

For line of descent see Capt. Jeremiah Clarke (No. 1). 

3. Eighth in descent from Thomas Brownell of Ports- 
mouth, R. I. Commissioner for Portsmouth 1655-61-62- 
63; Deputy 1664. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Capt. Jeremiah Clarke (No. 1). 

5. Joseph Wanton, 1720-1781. Sarah Carpenter, 1726-1792. 

6. Gov. Gideon Wanton, 1691-1767. Mary (Bryer) Codman, 1692- 

1788. 

7. Joseph Wanton, 1664-1754. Sarah Freeborn, 1667-1737. 

8. Gideon Freeborn, ....-1720. Sarah Brownell -1676. 

9. Thomas Brownell -1665. Ann -1665. 

4. Fifth in descent from Gov. Gideon Wanton of 
Rhode Island. General Treasurer of the Colony from 
1733 to 1742; Governor from May, 1745, to May, 1746, 
and from May, 1747, to May, 1748. 

For line of descent see Thomas Brownell (No. S). 

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5. Eighth in descent from President John Coggeshall 
of Boston, Mass., and Newport, R. I. Deputy from 
Boston 1634-35-36-37; Assistant in R. I. from 1640 to 
1644; President of R. I. Colony 1647. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Capt. Jeremiah Clarke (No. 1). 

8. Sergt. Peter Easton, 1622-1694. Ann Coggeshall, 1626-1687. 

9. Pres. John Coggeshall, 1591-1647. Mary , 1604-1684. 

6. Eighth in descent from Governor Nicholas Easton 
of Newport, R. I. Assistant 1640-42-44-53; Commis- 
sioner for Newport 1660; Deputy from Newport 1665- 
66; President of the Colony 1650 and 1654; Deputy Gov- 
ernor from 1666 to 1 67 1 ; Governor 1672-73-74. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Capt. Jeremiah Clarke (No. 1). 

8. Sergt. Peter Easton, 1622-1694. Ann Coggeshall, 1626-1687. 

9. Gov. Nicholas Easton, 1593-1675. 

7. Seventh in descent from Sergt. Peter Easton of 
Newport, R. I. Sergt. at Newport 1644; Commissioner 
for Newport 1656 and 1660; Deputy from Newport many 
times between 1666 and 1681 ; Attorney General 1674-75 ; 
Treasurer from 1672 to 1676. 

For line of descent see Gov. Nicholas Easton (No. 6). 

8. Eighth in descent from Edzvard Smith of Newport, 
R. I. Commissioner for Newport 1655 and 1659; Dep- 
uty from Newport 1665-66-69; Assistant 1654-55-58-59- 
65.66. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Capt. Jeremiah Clarke (No. 1). 

5. Joseph Wanton, 1720-1781. Sarah Carpenter, 1726-1792. 

6. Abiah Carpenter, 1697-1742. Sarah Arnold, 1698-.... 

7. Stephen Arnold, Jr., 1654-1720. Mary Sheldon -1735. 

8. Stephen Arnold, Sr., 1622-1699. Sarah Smith, 1629-1713. 

9. Edward Smith, ....-1675. 

9. Seventh in descent from Stephen Arnold, Sr., of 
Providence, R. I. Deputy from Providence many times 

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between 1664 and 1685; Assistant many times between 
1667 and 1698. 

For line of descent see Edward Smith (No. 8). 

io. Eighth in descent from William Carpenter of Re- 
hoboth and Weymouth, Mass. Deputy from Weymouth 
1641-43 ; Deputy from Rehoboth 1656. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Capt. Jeremiah Clarke (No. 1). 

5. Joseph Wanton, 1720-1781. Sarah Carpenter, 1726-1792. 

6. Abiah Carpenter, 1697-1742. Sarah Arnold, 1698- 

7. Oliver Carpenter -1727. Sarah -1727. 

8. Abiah Carpenter, 1643-1703 , ....-•••. 

9. William Carpenter, ....-1667. Abigail 1606-1688. 



STONE, JACOB. ( Soc. No. 35 ) . 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Born Aug. 18th, 1845, m Newburyport, Mass. 
Married Kate Perrin Sept. 6th, 1871. 

2. Jacob Stone 2d, 1805-1875. Eliza Atkins, 1809-1890. 

3. Capt. Jacob Stone 1st, 1764-1831. Lois Parsons, 1765-1828. 

4. Capt. Jonathan Parsons, Jr., 1735-1784. Hannah Gyles, 1738- 

5. Dr. Samuel Gyles, 1706-1738. Elizabeth True, 1714-1767. 

6. Capt. John Gyles, 1678-1755. Ruth True, 1683-1720. 

Sixth in descent from Capt. John Gyles of Salisbury, 
Mass., and Brunswick, Me. Commanded a garrison on 
St. George River 1696; Lieut, in French and Indian War 
1706; Capt. 1 706- 1 738; taken captive by the Indians at 
Pemaquid, Me., 1689 and held in captivity until 1696. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Seventh in descent from Capt. Thomas Bradbury, 
of Salisbury, Mass. Ensign in the Salisbury Co. 1648; 

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Capt. 1660; Deputy from Salisbury 1651-52-56-57-60- 
61-66. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Capt. John Gyles. 

6. Deacon Jabez True, 1685-1749. Sarah Tappan - 

7. Capt. Henry True, 1644-1735. Jane Bradbury, 1645- 

8. Capt. Thomas Bradbury, 1610-1695. Mary Perkins - 



2. Sixth in descent from Capt. Henry True of Salis- 
bury, Mass. Capt. of the Salisbury Co. 1696; Deputy 
from Salisbury 1689-95. 

For line of descent see Capt. Thomas Bradbury (No. 1). 

3. Eighth in descent from Henry Wolcott of Dorches- 
ter, Mass., and Windsor, Conn. Deputy from Dorches- 
ter to the first General Court of Mass. ; Deputy from 
Windsor 1639; Magistrate 1643 to 1655. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Capt. John Gyles. 

6. Rev. Jonathan Parsons, Sr., 1705-1776. Phoebe Griswold - 

1770. 

6. John Grlswold, 1690-1764. Hannah Lee, ....-1773. 

7. Matthew Griswold, Jr., 1653-1715. Phoebe Hyde, 1663-1704. 

8. Lieut. Matthew Grlswold, Sr., 1620-1698. AnnaWolcott, 1620-1700. 

9. Henry Wolcott, 1578-1655. Elizabeth Saunders, 1574-1655. 

4. Seventh in descent from Lieut. Matthew Griswold, 
Sr., of Windsor, Saybrook and Lyme, Conn. Deputy 
from Saybrook 1654-60; Deputy from Lyme 17 years be- 
tween 1667 and 1685; Commissioner 1669; Lieut, of 
Lyme Co. 1677. 

For line of descent see Henry Wolcott (No. 3). 

5. Sixth in descent from Matthew Griswold, Jr., of 
Saybrook and Lyme, Conn. Deputy from Lyme 1696- 
1704-07-08-10; Commissioner 1696-97. 

For line of descent see Henry Wolcott (No. 8). 

6. Sixth in descent from Ensign Thomas Lee of Say- 
brook and Lyme, Conn. Ensign of Lyme Co. 1701 ; Dep- 
uty from Lyme 1676. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Henry Wolcott (No. 3). 

7. Ensign Thomas Lee, 1705. Mary De Wolf - 



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7-* Seventh in descent from Deacon Samuel Chapin of 
Springfield, Mass. Appointed for many years with 
Pynchon and Holyoke to govern Springfield; assisted in 
defending Springfield when attacked by the Indians dur- 
ing King Philip's War, for which service he was granted 
200 acres of land. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Henry Wolcott (No. 3). 

6. Ebenezer Parsons, 1668-1752. Margaret Marshfield, 1670-1758. 

7. Samuel Marshfield, 1626-1692. Catherine Chapin, ......... 

8. Deacon Samuel Chapin, ....-1675. Cicely -1682. 

8. Sixth in descent from Samuel Marshfield of 
Springfield, Mass. Deputy from Springfield 1680-83-84. 

For line of descent see Deacon Samuel Chapin (No. 7). 

9. Seventh in descent from Capt. Francis Norton of 
Charlestown, Mass. Lieut. 1646; Capt. 1653; Deputy 
from Charlestown 1647-49-51-53-54-55. 

2. Jacob Stone, 2d, 1805-1875. Eliza Atkins, 1809-1890. 

3. Capt. Jacob Stone, 1st, 1764-1831. Lois Parsons, 1765-1828. 

4. John Stone, 1725-.... Sarah Miller, 1730- 

5. Ellas Stone, Jr., 1687-.... Abigail Waters, 1689-1734. 

6. Ellas Stone, Sr 1734. Abigail Long, 1668-.... 

7. John Long, 1629-1683. Abigail Norton, ....-1674. 

8. Capt. Francis Norton -1667. 

io. Seventh in descent from Robert Long of Charles- 
town, Mass. Member of the Ancient and Honorable 
Artillery Co. 1639. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Capt. Francis Norton (No. 9). 
8. Robert Long -1664. Elizabeth , ......... 

ii. Sixth in descent from Daniel Hudson of Lancas- 
ter,, Mass. Member of Capt. Joseph Sill's Co. during 
King Philip's War; served in garrison at Lancaster 1691- 
92. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Capt. Francis Norton (No. 9). 

6. Jacob Waters, 1647-.... Sarah Hudson, 1656-1709. 

7. Daniel Hudson, ....-1697. 



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STRINGER, EDWARD CHARLES. (Soc. No. 135). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born June 19th, 1852, in Auburn, N. Y. 
Married Isabel Anna Seymour Sept. 25th, 1879. 

2. William Stringer, 18U-1882. Mary A. Peek, 1824-1899. 

3. John Peek, Jr., - Ann Moore, ......... 

4. John Peek, Sr - Eva Yates -.... 

5. Joseph Yates, 1695- Eva Fonda - 

6. Jettis Fonda - Rachel Winne, - 

7. Peter Winne - Trintje Adams, - 

Sixth in descent from Peter Winne of Albany, N. Y. 
Magistrate at Albany 1650; Town Major 1689; Commis- 
sioner to treat with Indians 1690. 



TAYLOR, OSCAR LIVINGSTONE. (Soc. No. 90). 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Born September 1st, 1858, in Freeport, 111. 
Married Nora Tighlman West June 24th, 1885. 

2. Oscar Taylor, 1822- Malvina M. Snow, 13.7-.... 

3. Loring Snow, 1794-1866. Roxanna Gilbert, 1799- 

4. Elijah Gilbert, 1772-.... Patty Hubbard, ......... 

5. Nathaniel Gilbert 3d., 1750-.... Chloe Ranney, 1753-1831. 

6. Nathaniel Gilbert, tod, 1723-1787. Mary Butler, 1726-.... 

7. Nathaniel Gilbert, 1st, 1689-1756. Hannah Allen, 1669-.... 

8. Jonathan Gilbert, Jr., 1648-.... Dorothy Stow -.... 

9. Jonathan Gilbert, Sr., 1618-1682. Mary White -.... 

Eighth in descent from Jonathan Gilbert, Sr., of Hart- 
ford, Conn. Cornet of the Troop of Horse under Capt. 
John Mason ; served as Indian interpreter upon numerous 
occasions and was commissioner to treat with the Indians 
many different times; Deputy from Hartford 1678-81. 



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TIMBERLAKE, WILLIAM SHARP. (Soc. No. 65). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born Aug. 13th, 1843, in Matteawan, N. Y. 
Married Jane Eliza Dutcher June 6th, 1865. 

2. Lewis Timberlake, 1802-1856. Sarah Ann Schenck, 1806-1868. 

3. Peter H. Schenck, 1779-1852. Harriet Courtney, 1784-1850. 

4. Maj. Henry Schenck, 1743-1799. Hannah Brett, 1743-lluo. 

5. Francis Brett - Margaret Van Wyck - 

6. Lieut. Roger Brett, -1721. Katherine Rombout, 1687-1764. 

7. Oapt. Francois Rombout -1691. Helena Teller, 1645-.... 

Sixth in descent from Capt. Francois Rombout of New 
York. Capt. of New York Colonial forces 1684; 
"Schepen" of New Orange 1674; Mayor of New York 
1679; Member of New York Provincial Council under 
Governor Sloughter 1691. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

1. Fifth in descent from Lieut. Roger Brett of Fish- 
kill, N. Y. Served as Lieut, in expedition against Can- 
ada 1714. 

For line of descent see Capt. Francois Rombout. 

2. Fourth in descent from Judge Abraham Schenck 
of King's County, N. Y. Represented King's County in 
New York Colonial Assembly from 1759 to 1768 ; Judge 
of Common Pleas 1767. 

2, 3 and 4, same a.s descent from Capt. Francois Rombout. 

5. Judge Abraham Schenck, 1720-1790. Elsie Vanflervoort, 1720-1784 

3. Seventh in descent from Lieut. William Teller of 
Albany, N. Y. Corporal at Fort Orange 1639; appoint- 
ed "Wachtmeister" of the Fort later ; Lieut, of the Foot 
Co., at Albany under Capt. Abraham Staats 1669. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Capt. Francois Rombout. 

8. Lieut. William Teller, 1620-1701. Margaret Douc&esen -.... 



4. Fifth in descent from Paulus Vandervoort of 
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Queen's County, N. Y. Served in company commanded 
by Capt. Nathaniel Hazen 171 5. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Capt. Francois Rombout. 

5. Judge Abraham Sohenek, 1720-1790. ElsieVandervoort, 1720-1784. 

6. Paulus Vandervoort - Neeltje -.... 



TORRANCE, ELL. (Soc. No. 118). 
Minneapolis, Minn. 
Born May 16th, 1844, in New Alexandria, Pa. 
Married Anna Mary Macfarlane Sept. 226. 1868. 

2. Rev. Adam Torrance, 1801-1881. Eliza Graham, 1810-1883. 

3. Rev. James Graham, 1775-1845. Elizabeth Martin, 1780-1814. 

4. Robert Martin, 1733-1813. Mary Bloomfield -.... 

5. Joseph Bloomfield, - Eunice , - 

Fourth in descent from Joseph Bloomfield of Wood- 
bridge, N. J. Member of Capt. Parker's Co., Col. 
Thomas Farmer's Regt, New Jersey Militia 171 5. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Fifth in descent from Thomas Bloomfield, Jr., of 
Woodbridge, N. J. Deputy from Woodbridge 1675. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Joseph Bloomfield. 

6. Thomas Bloomfield, Jr., 1648-.... 

2. Fourth in descent from John Martin yd of New 
Jersey. Member of Capt. John Moore's Co., Col. 
Thomas Farmer's Regt., of New Jersey Militia 171 5. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Joseph Bloomfield. 
5. John Martin 3rd, — - Boyd, - 



3. Seventh in descent from Thomas Roberts of Dover, 
N. H. In 1638 he succeeded John Underhill as Presi- 
dent of the Colony. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Joseph Bloomfield. 

5. John Martin 3d - Boyd 

6. John Martin 2nd, ....-1703. 

7. John Martin 1st -1687. Hester Roberts, ......... 

8. Thomas Roberts, — -1674. 



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TOWNE, EDWARD PENFIELD. (Soc. No. 108). 
Duluth, Minn. 

Born June 16th, 1867, in Canandaigua, N. Y. 
Married Rachel Isabel Moon Nov. 7th, 1900. 

2. Edward Penfield Towne, 1834-1867. Eliza H. Eddy, 1834-.... 

S. Ansel D. Eddy, 1799-1875. Elizabeth Clarke, 1803-1875, 

4. Levens Eddy, 1758-1846. Deborah Doane, - 

5. John Eddy 4th, 1736- -.... 

6. John Eddy 3d - -.... 

7. John Eddy 2d, 1670-1715. Hepsibah -1726. 

8. John Eddy 1st, 1637-1695. Susannah Paddock -.... 

9. Samuel Eddy, 1608-1685. Elizabeth -.... 

Eighth in descent from Samuel Eddy of Plymouth, 
Mass. Member of the Plymouth Military Co. 1643. 



TOWNSEND, JOHN. (Soc. No. 14). 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Born Feb. 28, 1859, in Albany, N. Y. 
Married Mary Learned Cook Jan. 18th, 1888. 

t. Theodore Townsend, 1826- Louise Parrlngton Mickle, 



3. John Townsend, -.... Abba Spencer, 1790-1839. 

4. Henry Townsend 5th, 1752-1815. Mary Bennett - 

5. Henry Townsend 4th, 1725-1803. Anne Wright -.... 

6. Henry Townsend 3d, - Elizabeth Titus, - 

7. Henry Townsend 2d -.... Eliphal Wright - 

8. Henry Townsend 1st, 1649-1703. Deborah Underbill - 

9. Capt. John Underhill, 1596-1672. 

Eighth in descent from Capt. John Underhill of Boston, 
Mass., and Dover, N. H. One of the officers of the An- 
cient and Honorable Artillery Co. ; served in the Pequot 
War ; Governor of Exeter and Dover, N. H., 1641 ; com- 
manded the Dutch troops in the expedition against the 
Sinaroy Indians 1644. 



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TRACY, JOSEPH POWELL. (Soc. No. 113). 
Lieut. U. S. Army stationed at Manila, P. I. 
Born Oct. 4th, 1874, in Washington, D. C. 
Married Jeanne West Wood April 18th, 1899. 

Cadet, U. S. Military Academy, June 15th, 1892; 
Additional 2nd Lieut. 3rd Artillery, June 12th, 1896; 
2nd Lieut. 5th Artillery, April 30th, 1897 ; 
1st Lieut. 5th Artillery, March 2nd, 1899; 
1st Lieut. Artillery Corps, Feb. 2nd, 1901. 

SERVICE. 

He joined his regiment in September, 1896, at Fort' 
Wadsworth, N. Y., and served until October, 1896; at 
Key West Barracks, Fla., from October, 1896, to June, 
1897; at Fort Slocum, N. Y, from June, 1897, to March, 
1898 ; at Fort Hancock, N. J., from March, 1898, to Au- 
gust, 1898; Aide-de-Camp to Brig. Gen. James Franklin 
Wade, U. S. A., from August, 1898, to date; now serv- 
ing at Manila, Department of Southern Luzon, Philip- 
pine Islands. 

2. Burr Ridgway Tracy, 1844- Anna Putnam, 1850- 

S. George Tracy, 1797-1877. Hannah Ridgway, 1805-1893. 

t. Solomon Tracy, 1756-1835. Mary Wells -.... 

5. Isaac Tracy, 1716- Mehltable Rhude -,... 

6. Francis Tracy, 1690-1755. Elizabeth Pains -.... 

7. Jonathan Tracy, 1646-17U. Mary Griswold - 

8. Lieut. Thomas Tracy, 1610-1685. Mary Mason -.... 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. Thomas Tracy of Nor- 
wich, Conn. Ensign in the first company of Militia in 
Conn. 1666; Lieut, of the New London County Dra- 
goons 1672; Commissary in King Philip's War; Deputy 
from Norwich 27 times; Commissioner 1678. 



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TROWBRIDGE, WILLIAM PETIT. (Soc. No. 48). 
Chicago, 111. 

Born January 5th, 1861, in Washington, D. C. 
Unmarried. 

2. William Petit Trowbridge, 1828-1892. Lucy Parkman, ......... 

3. Stephen Van R. Trowbridge, 1794-1859. Elizabeth Conkling, 

1797- 

4. Luther Trowbridge, 1756-1802. Elizabeth Tillman -1845. 

5. Thomas Trowbridge, 1734-1804. Hannah Perry, -1809. 

6. John Trowbridge, 1702-1772. Mehetabel Baton -1777. 

7. Thomas Trowbridge, 1677-1725. 

8. Lieut. James Trowbridge, 1636-1717. Margaret Jackson -1727. 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. James Trowbridge of 
Cambridge, Mass. Selectman of Cambridge at the time 
of its organization Aug. 27th, 1679, and remained in office 
nine years ; Clerk of Writs 1692 and 1693 ; Deputy 1700 
and 1703; Lieut, in Capt. Gookins' Co. (Cambridge) of 
Major Daniel Gookins' Middlesex Regt. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Seventh in descent from Capt. William Trask of 
Salem, Mass. Muster Master of the East Regt. Mass. 
Militia 1636; Capt. of the Salem Co. 3rd Regt. Mass. 
Militia 1637 ; Capt. David Patrick and he were given 
command of the Mass. troops in the Pequot War April 
18th, 1637. 

2. William Petit Trowbridge, 1828-1892. Lucy Parkman - 

3. Samuel Breck Parkman, 1787-1838. Theresa B. Halsey, 1791- 

1837. 

4. Dr. Elias Parkman, 1761-.... Alethina Belcher, ......... 

5. Rev. Ebenezer Parkman, 1703-1782. Hannah Breck, 1717-1801. 

6. William Parkman, 1658-1730. Elizabeth Adams, 1660- 

7. Ellas Parkman, 1635-1691. Sarah Trask, 1634- 

8. Capt. William Trask. 

2. Fourth in descent from Capt. William Belcher of 
Preston, Conn. Ensign of the 3rd "Train Band" of 

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Preston 1763; Lieut, of same Co. 1765; Capt. 1767; 

served as Capt. in the Continental Army 1776. 

2. 3 and i, same as descent from Capt. William Trask (No. 1). 
5. Capt. William Belcher, 1731-1801. Desire Morgan, 1736-.... 

3. Eighth in descent from Thomas Halsey, Sr., of 
Lynn, Mass., and Southampton, L. I. Deputy from 
Southampton 1664. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Capt. William Trask (No. 1). 

4. David Halsey, 1757-1799. Phoebe Fairchild, 1762-.... 

5. Ananias Halsey - Jemima Ludlow, 1731-1782. 

6. Recompense Halsey, 1700-1771. Hannah - 

7. Nathaniel Halsey, 1675-1746. Hannah Stanbrough, 1679-.... 

8. Thomas 1 Halsey, Jr., 1627-1698. Mary -1699. 

9. Thomas Halsey. Sr -1678. Phoebe -1649. 

4. Eighth in descent from James Morgan of Roxbury, 
Mass., and Groton and New London, Conn. Deputy 
from New London many times between 1657 and 1670; 
received a grant of land for service in the Pequot War. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Capt. William Trask (No. 1). 

5. Capt. William Belcher, 1731-1801. Desire Morgan, 1736- 

6. Capt. Daniel Morgan, 1712-1773. Elizabeth Gates, 1713-1793. 

7. James Morgan, 1680-1721. Bridget - 

8. Lieut. John Morgan, 1645-1712. Rachel Dymond -.... 

8. James Morgan, 1607-1685. 

5. Seventh in descent from Lieut. John Morgan of 
Roxbury, Mass., New London, Groton and Preston, 
Conn. Deputy from New London 1690; Indian Com- 
missioner 1690; Lieut, of Groton "Train Band" 1692; 
Deputy from Preston 1693- 1694. 

For line of descent see James Morgan (No. 4). 

6. Fifth in descent from Capt. Daniel Morgan of 

Preston, Conn. Ensign of the "5th Train Band" of 

Preston 1752; Lieut, later and Capt. of same Co. 1766; 

Deputy from Preston 1764. 

For line of descent see James Morgan (No. 4). 



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TUCKER, WILLIAM FRANCIS. (Soc. No. 41). 

Major and Chief Paymaster U. S. A., Stationed Head- 
quarters Department of Alaska, Fort St. Michaels, 
Alaska. 

Born March 1st, 1854, in Boston, Mass. 

Married Mary Elizabeth Logan November 27, 1877. 
Major and Paymaster, Feb. 21st, 1882. 

SERVICE. 
He was on duty in the Paymaster General's Office, 
Washington, D. C, from Feb. to August, 1882 ; in the 
Department of Missouri at Santa Fe, New Mexico, from 
August, 1882, to July, 1886; Post Paymaster at Wash- 
ington, D. C, from August, 1886, to June, 1894; in the 
Department of Dakota at St. Paul, Minnesota, from 
June, 1894, to October, 1898; (in Department of the 
Gulf at Atlanta, Ga., and also at Tampa, Fla., in May, 
1898) ; in the Department of the Lakes at Chicago, 111., 
from October, 1898, to June, 1900 ; Chief Paymaster, De- 
partment of Alaska at Fort St. Michaels, Alaska, from 
June, 1900, to date. 

2. William F. Tucker, 1824-1886. Phoebe Marston Guile, 1829-1888. 

3. David Simpson Guile, 1794-1880. Emily Gage, -.... 

4. David Guile, 1763-1802. Phoebe Marston -.... 

6. Bphraim Guile, 1730-1820. Mary Simons - 

6. Samuel Guile, 1703-1775. Sarah Emerson, 1708-1804. 

7. Ephraim Guile, 1662- Martha Bradley - 

Sixth in descent from Ephraim Guile of Haverhill, 
Mass. He was one of the Haverhill Co. in the North 
Essex Reg. in 1710 under command of Lieut. Col. Sal- 
tonstall; by order of the General Court the company 
was supplied with snow-shoes to be used in case of an 
attack by Indians and he was afterwards known as one 
of the Snow-shoe Men. 



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UPHAM, HENRY PRATT. (Soc. No. 15). 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Born January 26th, 1837, in Millbury, Mass. 
Married Evelyn Gertrude Burbank Sept. 23, 1868. 

2. Joel Worthington Upham, 1803-1879. Seraphine Howe, 1804-1839. 

3. Pliny Upham, 1779-1849. Katharine Hastings, 1783-1859. 

4. Nathan Upham, 1750-1828. Eleanor Gilbert, 1752-1843. 
6. Isaac Upham, 1714-1792. Anna Gilbert, 1725-1792. 

6. Phlneas Upham 3d, 1682-1766. Tamzen Hill, 1684-1768. 

7. Phlnehas Upham 2d, 1659-1720. Mary Mellins, 1661-1720. 

8. Lieut. Phinehas Upham, 1635-1676. Buth Wood, 1636-1697. 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. Phinehas Upham of 
Maiden, Mass. Lieut, of the 4th Company of the Massa- 
chusetts Regiment commanded by Capt. Isaac Johnson in 
the "Great Swamp Fight" December 19th, 1675 ; after 
Capt. Johnson was killed, Lieut. Upham received wounds 
from which he died the following October. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

1. Eighth in descent from John Upham of Weymouth 
and Maiden, Mass. Deputy from Weymouth 1636 to 
1639. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Lieut. Phinehas Upham. 

9. John Upham, 1600-1681. Elizabeth Slade -1671. 

2. Eighth in descent from Robert Bartlett of Cam- 
bridge and Northampton, Mass., and Hartford, Conn. 
Assisted in defense of Northampton when it was attacked 
by Indians March 14th, 1676, and was killed during the 
assault. 

2. Joel Worthington Upham, 1803-1879. Seraphine Howe, 1804-1839. 

3. Pliny Upham, 1779-1849. Katharine Hastings, 1783-1859. 

4. Nevinson Hastings, 1756-1836. Experience Wright, 1766-1789. 

5. Capt. Ithamer Wright, 1734-1802. Elizabeth Walker, 1730-1813. 

6. Obadiah Wright, 1693-1773. Hannah Southwell, 1698-.... 

7. William Southwell - Sarah Stebbins, 1668-.... 

8. John Stebbins, 1626-1679. Abigail Bartlett, ....-1689. 

9. Robert Bartlett -1676. 

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3- Seventh in descent from Sergeant Samuel Wright, 
Jr., of Northfield and Northampton, Mass. Sergeant in 
King Philip's War and killed by Indians at Northfield 
September 2nd, 1675. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Bobert Bartlett (No. 2). 

7. Ebenezer Wright, 1663-1748. Hannah Hunt, 1669-1750. 

8. Sergt. Samuel Wright, Jr., 1630-1675. Elizabeth Burt, 1630-1691. 

4. Sixth in descent from Edivard Walker, Sr., of 
Charlestown and Brookfield, Mass. Served in Capt. Sam- 
uel Moseley's Co. in King Philip's War; one of the few 
survivors in 1733 in list of soldiers to whom the General 
Court granted seven townships of land as additional com- 
pensation for their services. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Robert Bartlett (No. 2). 

6. Edward Walker, Jr., 1690-1754. Eleanor Hayward, 1699- 

7. Edward Walker, Sr. -1735. Elizabeth Dean, 1671- 



5. Seventh in descent from Shadrach Hap good of 
Sudbury. One of Capt. Thomas Wheeler's Co. in expe- 
dition to Brookfield with Capt. Edward Hutchinson 
to treat with Nipmuck Indians and was there killed by 
them August 2nd, 1675. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Robert Bartlett (No. 2). 

5. Moses Hastings, 1715-1767. Abigail Taylor, 1720-1807. 

6. William Taylor, 1692-1775. Elizabeth Hapgood, 1699-1763. 

7. Thomas Hapgood, 1670-1763. Judith Barker, 1671-1759. 

8. Shadrach Hapgood, 1644-1675. Elizabeth Treadway, 1646-1681. 

6. Ninth in descent from Gov. John Webster of Hart- 
ford, Conn., and Hadley, Mass. Assistant in Conn. 1639 
and for many years thereafter; at the April Session of the 
General Court of Conn, in 1637 he was one of the Com- 
mittee who sat with the Court for the purpose of declar- 
ing war against the Pequots ; member of the Congress of 

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the United Colonies 1654; Deputy Governor of Conn. 
1655 ; Governor of Conn. 1656. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Robert Bartlett (No. 2). 

7. Ebenezer Wright, 1663-1748. Hannah Hunt, 1669-1750. 

8. Jonathan. Hunt, 1637-1691. Clemence Hosmer, - 

9. John Hunt - Mary Webster - 

10. Gov. John Webster -1661. 

7. Ninth in descent from William Vassall of Scituate, 
Mass. An account of his life and public services will be 
found later in this volume. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Ldeut. Phinehas Upham. 

6. Thomas Gilbert, 1695-1781. Judith Goss, ......... 

7. Oapt Philip Goss, 1678-1747. Judith Hayward, 1675-1748. 

8. John Hayward, 1640-1718. Anna White, 1649-1714. 

9. Resolved White, 1614-1690. Judith Vassall, 1619-1670. 
10. William Vassall, 1592-1655. Anne Kinge, 1593- 

8. Seventh in descent from Deacon Samuel Stone of 
Cambridge and Lexington, Mass. Served in Capt. 
Thomas Prentice's Co. in King Philip's War and was 
wounded in the Great Swamp Fight, December 19th, 
1675 ; served also in Capt. Thomas Brattles Troop of 
Horse in expedition to Mt. Hope 1676. 

2. Joel Worthington Upham, 1803-1879. Seraphine Howe, 1804-1839. 

5. Dennis Howe, 1773-1807. Elizabeth Bigelow, 1773-1870. 
4. Jonah Howe, 1749-1826. Prudence Bouker, 1751-1795. 

6. Charles Bouker, 1725-1781. Eunice Stone, 1722-1782. 

6. Isaac Stone, 1697-1776. Elizabeth Brown, 1698-1794. 

7. Joseph Stone, 1671-1703. Sarah Wait, - 

8. Deacon Samuel Stone, 1635-1715. Sarah Stearns, 1635-1700. 

9. Fourth in descent from Capt. John Stebbings of 
Leicester and Spencer, Mass. Served in French War 
1746 under Governor Shirley in Canada and Nova Scotia ; 
Capt. of a Leicester and Spencer Co. in Regiment com- 

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manded by Col. Timothy Ruggles, i755"i756; died in ac- 
tive service at Fort Edward, August 18th ,1756. 

2. Joel Worthington Upham, 1803-1879. Seraphine Howe, 1804-1839. 

3. Dennis Howe, 1773-1807. Elizabeth Bigelow, 1773-1870. 

4. Joseph Bigelow, 1735-1774. Sarah Stebbings, 1732-1806. 

5. Capt. John Stebbings, 1711-1756. Sarah Southgate -1742. 

io. Sixth in descent from John Bigelow of Water- 
town, Mass. Served in Pequot War and also in Capt. 
Davenport's Co. in King Philip's War. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Capt. John Stebbings (No. 9). 

5. Daniel Bigelow, Jr., 1691-1752. Rebeccah Eames, 1697-1738. 

6. Daniel Bigelow, Sr., 1650-1715. Abial Pratt 

7. John Bigelow, 1617-1703. Mary Warren -1691. 



WADE, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. (Soc. No. 107). 

Ludington, Mich. 
Born November 30th, 1866, in Conneaut, Ohio. 
Married Helen Naomi Thomas Dec. 18th, 1890. 

2. James Franklin Wade, 1843- Clara Lyon, 1843- 

3. Benjamin F. Wade, 1800-1878. Caroline M. Rosecrans, 1805-1889. 

4. James Wade, 1750-1826. Mary Upham, 1752-1826. 

5. Samuel Wade, 1715-.... Martha (Upham) Newhall, 1714- 

6. Capt. Samuel Wade, 1683-1738. Lydla Newhall, 1687- 

7. Maj. Nathaniel Wade, 1648-1707. Mercy Bradstreet, 1647-1715. 

8. Gov. Simon Bradstreet, 1603-1697. Anna Dudley, 1612-1672. 

9. Gov. Thomas Dudley, 1576-1653. Dorothy Torke, 1582-1643. 

Eighth in descent from Gov. Thomas Dudley of Mass. 
An account of his life and public services will be found 
later in this volume. 



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WADE, JAMES FRANKLIN. (Soc. No. 84). 

Brig. Gen. U. S. A., Commander Dept. of Southern 

Luzon, stationed at Manila, P. I. 
Born April 14th, 1843, in Jefferson, Ohio. 
Married Clara Lyon Feb. 27th, 1866. 

1st Lieut. 6th Cav. U. S. A., May 14th, 1861 ; 

Capt. 6th U. S. Cav., May 1st, 1866; 

Maj. 9th U. S. Cav., July 28th, 1866; 

Lieut. Col. 10th U. S. Cav., March 20th, 1879 ; 

Col. 5th U. S. Cav., April 21st, 1887; 

Brig. Gen., May 26th, 1897; 

Lieut. Col. 6th U. S. Col'd. Cav., May 1st, 1864; 

Colonel, Sept 19th, 1864; 

Brevet Brig. Gen., Feb. 13th, 1865 ; 

Honorably mustered out, April 15th, 1866; 

Major Gen. of Volunteers, May 4th, 1898; 

Honorably discharged, June 12th, 1899. 

Brevetted Captain June 9th, 1863, "for gallant and 

meritorious services in the Battle of Beverly Ford, Va. ;" 

Brevetted Major, December 19th, 1864, "for gallant 

and meritorious services in the action at Marion, East 

Tenn.;" 

Brevetted Lieutenant Colonel and Colonel, March 
13th, 1865, "for gallant and meritorious services during 
the war;" 

Brevetted Brigadier General of Volunteers, Feb. 13th, 
1865, "for gallant services in the Campaign in South- 
western Virginia." 

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SERVICE. 
On recruiting service from July to November, 1861 ; 
with regiment in the Defenses of Washington and in the 
Army of the Potomac to March, 1862 ; Aide-de-Camp to 
General Emery in the Army of the Potomac, to July, 
1862; with regiment in the Army of the Potomac to 
July, 1863 ; acting Aide-de-Camp to General Pleasonton 
at Headquarters Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac 
to April, 1864; awaiting orders to June, 1864; Aide-de- 
Camp to General Sheridan, commanding Cavalry Corps, 
Army of the Potomac, to August, 1864; commanding 
5th Colored Cavalry to October, 1864; commanding a 
brigade of Cavalry in the Department of Kentucky to 
November, 1865 ; commanding the 6th Colored Cavalry 
to April, 1866; on permission to delay and awaiting or- 
ders to November, 1866; with regiment in Louisiana to 
March, 1867; on leave to July, 1867; with regiment in 
Texas (on leave March to July, 1867 ; March to October, 
1868, and March to October 1872) to September, 1875, 
and in New Mexico (on leave October, 1876, to March, 
1877,) an °l at El Paso, Texas, to August, 1878; on re- 
cruiting service to October, 1880; with regiment in Texas 
to March, 1885 ; in Arizona to May, 1887 ; in Kansas and 
the Indian Territory to June, 1893; at Fort Mcintosh, 
Texas (on leave August to September, 1893,) to June, 
1894, and at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, being in com- 
mand of regiment and post to May 22nd, 1897; com- 
manding the Department of Texas at San Antonio, Tex- 
as, to June 9th, 1897, the Department of Dakota, at St. 
Paul, Minnesota, to April 18th, 1898, the 2nd Independ- 
ent Division of Infantry at Tampa, Florida to May 25th, 

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1898, and the 3rd Army Corps at Chicamauga Park, 
Georgia, to July 31, 1898; member of the Commission 
for the evacuation of the Island of Cuba by the Spanish 
troops, from August, 1898, to January, 1899; command- 
ing the Department of Dakota from February 6th, 1899, 
to Feb. 21, 1901, and in addition thereto, the Depart- 
ment of the Lakes from May 6, 1899, to Nov. 12th, 1900. 
Sailed for Manila March 18th, 1901, and is in com- 
mand of the Department Southern Luzon to date. 

L Benjamin Franklin Wade, 1800-1878. Caroline M. Rosecrans, 

1805-1889. 

8. James Wade, 1750-1826. Mary Upham, 1752-1826. 

4. Samuel Wade, 1715- Martha CUpham) Newhall, 1714- 

6. Capt. Samuel Wade, 1683-1738. Lydia Newhall, 1687- 

6. Major Nathaniel Wade, 1648-1707. Mercy Bradstreet, 1647-1715. 

7. Gov. Simon Bradstreet, 1603-1697. Anna Dudley, 1612-1672. 

8. Gov. Thomas Dudley, 1576-1653. Dorothy Yorke, 1582-1643. 

Seventh in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley of 
Massachusetts. An account of his life and public serv- 
ices will be found later in this volume. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Fifth in descent from Major Nathaniel Wade of 
Medford, Mass. Deputy from Medford, 1684 to 1692; 
served as a Major in the Massachusetts Militia. 

For line of descent see Gov. Thomas Dudley. 

2. Sixth in descent from Governor Simon Brad- 
street of Massachusetts. One of the founders of Cam- 
bridge and Andover, Mass. First Secretary of Massa- 
chusetts Bay Colony; Assistant for fifty years in succes- 
sion; Deputy Governor 1672 to 1679; Governor 1679 to 
1686 and from 1689 to 1692 ; Commissioner of the United 
Colonies 1643. 

For line of descent see Gov. Thomas Dudley. 

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3. Sixth in descent from Jonathan Wade of Medford, 
Mass. Deputy from Medford 1669-81-82. 

i to 6, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Dudley. 

7. Jonathan Wade -1684. Susanna - 

4. Sixth in descent from Lieut. Phineas Upham of 
Maiden, Mass. Lieut, of the 4th Co. Mass. Reg. com- 
manded by Isaac Johnson of Roxbury in the Great 
Swamp Fight Dec. 19th, 1675. He assumed command 
after Capt. Johnson was killed and received mortal 
wounds from which he languished until the October fol- 
lowing, when he died. 

2, S and 4, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Dudley. 

5. James Upham, 1687- Dorothy Wigglesworth - 

6. Phineas Uph'am, Jr., 1659-1720. Mary Mellins, 1661-1720. 

7. Lieut. Phineas Upham, 1635-1676. Ruth Wood, 1636-1697. 

5. Third in descent from Samuel Wade of Lynn, 
Mass. Served in Company commanded by Capt. Moses 
Hart 1762. 

For line of descent see Gov. Thomas Dudley. 

6. Fourth in descent from Capt. Samuel Wade of 
Medford, Mass. Capt. of Medford Military Co. 1720. 

For line of descent see Gov. Thomas Dudley. 

7. Seventh in descent from John Upham of Hull, 
Weymouth and Maiden, Mass. Deputy from Hull 1636- 
37-38; Deputy from Weymouth 1639; Commissioner for 
Weymouth 1639-44; Commissioner for Maiden 1657- 
59-62. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Lieut. Phineas Upham (No. 4). 

8. John Upham, 1597-1681. Elizabeth Slade -.... 

8. Fifth in descent from Phineas Upham, Jr., of Mai- 
den, Mass. Deputy from Maiden 1701-02-05-16-18. 

For line of descent see Lieut. Phineas Upham (No. 4). 
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g. Sixth in descent from Ensign Thomas Newhall 
of Lynn, Mass. Ensign at Lynn for many years until 
his death in 1687. 

Z to 5, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Dudley. 

«. Lieut. Thomas Newhall, 1653-1728. Rebecca Greene, 1654-1726. 

7. Ensign Thomas Newhall, 1630-1687. Elizabeth Potter -1687. 

io. Fifth in descent from Lieut. Thomas Newhall of 
Maiden, Mass. Lieut, at Maiden 1715. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Dudley. 

6. Lieut. Thomas Newhall, 1653-1728. Rebecca Greene, 1654-1726. 

ii. Seventh ,in descent from Capt. Joseph Hills of 
Charlestown, Maiden and Newbury, Mass. Capt. of the 
Maiden Military Company; Deputy from Charlestown 
and Speaker of the House 1647; Deputy from Maiden 
many times between 1650 and 1664; Deputy from New- 
bury 1667 and 1669. 

i to 5, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Dudley. 

fl. Lieut. Thomas Newhall, 1653-1728. Rebecca Greene, 1654-1726. 

7. Thomas Greene, 1630-1672. Rebecca Hills -1674. 

8. Capt. Joseph Hills, 1602-1688. 

12. Sixth in descent from Thomas Greene of Maiden, 
Mass. Trumpeter of Maiden Military Co. 

For line of descent see Capt. Joseph Hills (No. 11). 

13. Seventh in descent from Nathaniel Dickinson, Sr., 
of Wethersfield, Conn, and Hadley, Mass. Deputy from 
Wethersfield from 1646 to 1656 ; Member of Hampshire 
Guard under Major John Pynchon 1662. 

2. Benjamin Franklin Wade, 1800-1878. Caroline M. Rosecrans, 

1805-1889. 

3. James Wade, 1750-1826. Mary Upham, 1752-1826. 

4. Edward TJpham, 1710- Sarah Leonard, - 

5. Deacon John Leonard, 1681- Sarah Dickinson, 1689- 

«. John Dickinson 1667-1765. Sarah , ....-1707. 

7. Nathaniel Dickinson, Jr., 1644-1710. Hannah - 

1679. 

8. Nathaniel Dickinson, Sr., ....-1676. Ann -.... 

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14- Sixth in descent from John Leonard of Spring- 
field, Mass. Served in King Philip's War and was killed 
by Indians during that war. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Nathaniel Dickinson, Sr. (No. 13). 

6. Benjamin Leonard, 1654-1724. Sarah Scott, 1663-1751. 

7. John Leonard -1676. Sarah , ....-1711. 

15. Seventh in descent from George Clark of Mil- 
ford, Conn. Deputy from Milford to New Haven Gen- 
eral Court 1664; Deputy from Milford to Conn. Gen- 
eral Court many times between 1666 and 1676. 

2. Benjamin Franklin Wade, 1800-1878. Caroline M. Rosecrans, 

1805-1889. 

3. Depul Rosecrans, ....-1807. Sarah Hubbard, 1780-1862. 

4. Ool. Nehemiah Hubbard, 1752-.... Cornelia Wyllis, 1754-1781. 
6. Nehemiah Hubbard, 1721-1814. Sarah Sill, 1728-1814. 

6. Joseph Sill, 1678-.... Phoebe Lord, 1686-.... 

7. Capt. Joseph Sill, 1639-1696. Sarah (Clark) Marvin -.... 

8. George Clark -1690. Sarah , - 

16. Sixth in descent from Capt. Joseph Sill, of Cam- 
bridge, Mass., and Lyme, Conn. Served in King Philip's 
War and in many expeditions against the Indians in Mas- 
sachusetts, Maine and New Hampshire; his military 
service was continuous for many years. 

For line of descent see George Clark (No. 15). 

17. Sixth in descent from Lieut. Richard Lord of 
Lyme, Conn. Ensign in the Lyme Train Band 1703; 
commissioned Lieut, in the New London County Co. 
1708 for services in Queen Anne's War; Judge of the 
"Peace and Quorum" (Court of Common Pleas or Coun- 
ty Court) 1705; Auditor of the Colony 1706; received a 
grant of land 1701 for services in King Philip's War. 

B to 6, same as descent from George Clark (No. 15). 

7. Lieut. Richard Lord, 1647-1727. Elizabeth Hyde, 1660-1736. 



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WADE, JOHN PARSONS. (Soc. No. 92). 

Lieut. U. S. Army, stationed at Manila, P. I. 

Born June 14th, 1872, in Conneaut, Ohio. 
Married Maude Saxton Tracy Dec. 16th, 1896. 

Cadet U. S. Military Academy, July 15th, 1892; 
Additional 2nd Lieut. 5th Cav., June 12th, 1896 ; 
2nd Lieut. 2nd Cav., Nov. 6th, 1896; 
Transferred to 5th Cav., Jan. 8th, 1897 ; 
1st Lieut. 6th Cav., March 1st, 1900; 
Transferred to 2nd Cav., April 2nd, 1900. 

SERVICE. 

He joined his regiment at Fort Sam Houston, Tex., 
in September, 1896, and served there until Jan., 1898; 
at Fort Ringgold, Tex., from Jan., 1898, to May, i8q8; 
at Mobile, Ala., and at Tampa, Fla., and Chicamauga 
Park, Ga., in May and June, 1898; appointed Aide-de- 
Camp to Brig. Gen. James Franklin Wade in June, 1898, 
and has served as Aide to Gen Wade since that time; 
now serving at Manila, Department of Southern Luzon, 
Philippine Islands. 

2. James Franklin Wade, 1843- Clara Lyon, 1843- 

5. Benjamin F. Wade, 1800-1878. Caroline M. Eosecrans, 1805-1889. 
4. James Wade, 1750-1826. Mary Upham, 1752-1826. 

6. Samuel Wade, 1715-.... Martha (Upham) Newhall, 1714-.... 

6. Capt. Samuel Wade, 1683-1738. Lydia Newhall, 1687-.... 

7. Major Nathaniel Wade, 1648-1707. Mercy Bradstreet, 164T-1715. 

8. Gov. Simon Bradstreet, 1603-1697. Anna Dudley, 1612-1672. 

9. Gov. Thomas Dudley, 1576-1653. Dorothy Yorke, 1582-1643. 

Eighth in descent from Gov. Thomas Dudley of Mass. 
An account of his life and public services will be found 
later in this volume. 

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SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Ninth in descent from Anthony Fisher, Sr., of 
Dorchester, Mass. Deputy from Dorchester 1649. 

2. James Franklin Wade, 1843-.... Clara Lyon, 1843-.... 

3. Eobert Bond Lyon, 1796-1854. Clarissa Kellogg, 1819-1896. 

4. Amos Kellogg, 1782-1830. Paulina Dean, 1782-1875. 

5. Capt. Walter Dean, 1751-1814. Abigail Adams, 1755-1811. 

6. Seth Dean, 1717-1780. Sarah Watkins, 1717-1803. 

7. Nathaniel Dean, 1693-.... Joanna Fisher, 1686- 

8. Josiah Fisher, 1654-1736. Meletiah Bullen, 1655-1693. 

9. Anthony Fisher Jr -1670. Johanna Faxon -1694. 

10. Anthony Fisher Sr., 1591-1671. Mary -.... 

2. Eighth in descent from Anthony Fisher, Jr., of 
Boston, Mass. Member of Ancient and Honorable Ar- 
tillery Company. 

For line of descent see Anthony Fisher Sr. (No. 1). 

3. Ninth in descent from Thomas Faxon of Dedham 
and Braintree, Mass. Deputy from Braintree 1669. 

2 to 9, same as descent from Anthony Fisher Sr., (No. 1). 



10. Thomas Faxon, 1601-1680. Joan 



4. Eighth in descent from John Tisdale of Taunton. 
Deputy from Taunton 1674 ; killed by Indians June 17th, 
i67S- 

2 to 7, same as descent from Anthony Fisher Sr., (No. 1). 

8. James Dean, 1649-1725. Sarah Tisdale, 1649-1726. 

9. John Tisdale, ....-1675. Sarah Walker, 1618-1676. 

5. Eighth in descent from Walter Dean of Taunton, 
Mass. Deputy from Taunton 1640; Member of Com- 
mission to purchase land from Indians for town of Taun- 
ton. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Anthony Fisher Sr., (No. 1). 

8. James Dean, 1649-1725. Sarah Tisdale, 1649-1726. 

9. Walter Dean, 1615-.... ■ Eleanor Strong -1696. 

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6. Eighth in descent from Lieut. Joseph Kellogg of 
Hadley, Mass. Sergt. in Capt. William Turner's Co. in 
King Philip's War and took part in the Fall's Fight, May 
19th, 1676; Ensign of Hadley Military Co. 1678; Lieut, 
of same company 1678. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Anthony Fisher Sr. (No. 1). 
G. Abner Kellogg. 1747-.... Phoebe ,....-.... 

6. Moses Kellogg, 1720- Mary Sheldon, - 

7. Stephen Kellogg, Jr., 1696-.... Abigail Loomis, 1701-1733. 

8. Stephen Kellogg, Sr., 1668-1722. Lydia Beldlng -.... 

9. Lieut. Joseph Kellogg -.... Abigail Terry, 1646- 

7. Seventh in descent from Ensign Samuel Loomis of 
Westfield, Mass. Ensign of Westfield Foot Co. 1674. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Lieut. Joseph Kellogg (No. 6). 

7. Nehemiah Loomis, 1670-1740. Thankful Weller -1748. 

8. Ensign Samuel Loomis, -1698. Elizabeth Judd - 

8. Eighth in descent from Quartermaster John Smith 
of Dorchester, Mass. Quartermaster of the Suffolk 
Troop of Horse 1652. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Anthony Fisher Sr. (No. 1). 

6. Charles Adams, 1715-1763. Judith Hyde -.... 

7. Thomas Adams, 1688- Abigail Davenport, 1693-1735. 

8. Charles Davenport, 1652-1720. Waitstill Smith, 1659-1747. 

9. Quartermaster John Smith - Katfherine - 

9. Seventh in descent from Charles Davenport of 
Dorchester, Mass. Served in King Philip's War as a 
soldier from "Punckapauge." 

For line of descent see Quartermaster John Smith (No. 8). 

10. Eighth in descent from Lieut. Thomas Adams of 
Chelmsford, Mass. Member of Ancient and Honorable 
Artillery Co. 1644; Chief Sergeant of Chelmsford Mil- 
itary Co. 1659; Ensign 1678; Lieut. 1682; Commission- 
er for Chelmsford 1667; Deputy from Chelmsford 1673. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Quartermaster John Smith (No. 8). 

8. Samuel Adams, 1654- Mary - — 

9. Lieut. Thomas Adams, 1612-1688. Mary Blackmer - 

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II. Eighth in descent from Robert Bond of East 
Hampton, Conn., and Elizabeth, N. J. One of the 
founders of East Hampton and a Magistrate of that 
town; Representative from Elizabeth 1666; Member of 
Governor Cartwright's Council and Assistant to the Jus- 
tices. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Anthony Fisher (No. 1). 

4. Moses Lyon, 1763-1823. Elizabeth Arnett, 1769-1823. 

5. James Arnett, -1751. Mary Bond -1843. 

6. Robert Bond -.... Mary Bond, 1726-1815. 

7. Benjamin Bond, 1680-1760. Susanna , ......... 

8. Joseph Bond, ...... 

9. Robert Bond, 1599-16T7. Hannah Ogden -.... 



WAGNER, ARTHUR LOCKWOOD. (Soc. No. 128). 

Col. and Asst. Adjt. Gen. U. S. A., Stationed at Manila, 

Philippine Islands. 

Born March 16th, 1853, in Ottawa, 111. 
Married Anne B. Howard Sept 5th, 1883. 

Cadet U. S. Military Academy, July 1st, 1870; 

2nd Lieutenant, 6th Infantry, June 16th, 1875 ; 

1st Lieutenant, Oct. 18th, 1882; 

Captain, April 2nd, 1892; 

Major, Assistant Adjutant General, Nov. 17, 1896; 

Lieut. Colonel, Asst. Adjt. General, Feb. 26th, 1898. 

Colonel, Assist. Adjt. General, June 30th, 1901. 

SERVICE. 

He joined his regiment October 9th, 1875, and served 
at Fort Buford, Dakota, (in the field August 30th to No- 

3U3 



vember, 1876, operating against hostile Indians), to June 
2nd, 1879; at Fort A. Lincoln, Dakota, (on leave De- 
cember 1st, 1879, to March 1st, 1880,) to June 17th, 
1880; in the field in Colorado, on the Ute Expedition to 
September 26th, 1880; at Fort Lyon, Colorado, to May 
13th, 1881 ; in the field in Colorado to August 14th, 1881 ; 
on the march to and at Fort Thornburgh, Utah, to No- 
vember 28th, 1881 ; Professor of Military Science and 
Tactics at East Florida Seminary Gainsville, Florida, De- 
cember, 1881, to June, 1885. 

He rejoined his regiment July 9th, 1885, and served at 
Fort Douglas, Utah, to November 10th, 1886; at Fort 
Leavenworth, Kansas, (on leave from April 5th to Au- 
gust 24th, 1888), to August 28, 1889; Instructor Depart- 
ment of Military Art, at the Infantry and Cavalry School 
(on sick leave from May 28th to August 27th, 1890, and 
absent on duty preparing Manual of Minor Tactics, from 
April 26th, 1892, to June 22nd, 1893,) to April 2nd, 1897; 
in charge of Military Information Division of the Ad- 
jutant General's Office from April 7th, 1897, to May 12th, 
1898; in the field with the Major General Commanding 
the Army in Tampa; at Santiago de Cuba, (where he 
was serving as Aide-de-Camp to General Lawton and 
was engaged in the battle of El Caney July 1st, 1898,) 
and in Porto Rico to August 19th, 1898 ; awaiting orders 
to December 23rd, 1898; Adjutant General of the De- 
partment of Dakota at St. Paul, Minnesota, from Jan- 
uary 5th, 1899, to November 7th, 1899 ;eti route to Ma- 
nila to December 19th, 1899; Adjutant General of the 
1st Division, 8th Army Corps, from December 24th, 
1899, to April 10th, 1900, and of the Department of 

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Southern Luzon, Division of the Philippines, to present 
date. 

2. Joseph H. Wagner, 1811- . . . . Matilda Hapeman, 1822-. . . . 

3. Joseph P. Wagner, ....- Maria Ecker - 

4. Lieut. Col. Peter Wagner - Nancy Bell, ....- 

6. Capt. Peter Wagner, Jr - Barbara Doxtader, ...,-.... 



Fourth in descent from Capt. Peter Wagner, Jr., of 
Schenectady, N. Y. Capt. of the 2nd Battalion of New 
York Militia 1758 and rendered effective service in con- 
nection therewith. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

1. Fifth in descent from George Doxtader of Queens- 
bury, N. Y. One of the Palatine volunteers from Queens- 
bury in the expedition against Canada 171 1. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Capt. Peter Wagner, Jr. 
6. George Doxtader, — - 

2. Fifth in descent from Lieut. Johan Jost Herkimer 
of Albany Co., N. Y. Lieut, in one of the companies 
commanded by Col. Philip Schuyler stationed in Nov. 
1733, above the "Falls on the Maquas River." 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Capt. Peter Wagner, Jr. 

5. Capt. George Henry Bell, ....- Catherine Herkimer, 

6. Lieut. Johan Jost Herkimer - 

3. Fourth in descent from Capt. George Henry Bell 
of Albany Co., N. Y. Ensign 1762 in the Albany Co. 
commanded by Capt. Mark Petre; Capt. 1767 in the Bat- 
talion commanded by Capt. Johan Jost Herkimer ; he 
commanded a company at the Battle of Oriskany, where 
he was wounded, but remained on the battle field with 
his wounded commander and was in charge of the escort 
which removed him from the field. 

For line of descent see Lieut. Johan Jost Herkimer (No. 2). 
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WASHBURN, WILLIAM DREW. (Soc. No. 91). 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Born January 14th, 1831, in Livermore, Me. 
Married Elizabeth Muzzey June 25th, 1856. 

2. Israel Washburn 4th, 1784-1876. Martha Benjamin, 1792-1861. 

5. Israel Washburn 3rd, 1755-1841. Abiah King, 1762-1842. 

4. Capt. Israel Washburn, 1718-1796. Leah Pobes, 1720-1789. 

6. Israel Washburn, Sr., 1684-.... Waitstill Sumner -.... 

I. Sergt Samuel Washburn, 1651-1720. Deborah Packard, ....- 

7. John Washburn, Jr., 1621-1690. Elizabeth Mitchell -.... 

8. Experience Mitchell, 1609-1689. Jane Oooke, ■• 

8. Francis Cooke, 1582-1663. Esther -.... 

Eighth in descent from Francis Cooke of Plymouth, 
Mass. A Mayflower passenger and one of the signers of 
the Compact; served in expedition against the Indians 
under Capt. Miles Standish 1621 ; member of Plymouth 
Military Company 1644. 



SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Seventh in descent from John Washburn, Sr., of 
Duxbury and Bridgewater, Mass. First Secretary of 
Massachusetts Bay Colony; member of Duxbury Co. 
under Capt. Miles Standish 1643 > served in expedition 
against Narragansetts 1645. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Francis Cooke. 

8. John Washburn, Sr., 1585-1670. Margery 1586-.... 

2. Sixth in descent from John Washburn, Jr., of Dux- 
bury, Mass. Member of Duxbury Co. 1645 ; served in 

King Philip's War under Capt. Church. 
For line of descent see Francis Cooke. 

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3. Fifth in descent from Sergt. Samuel Washburn of 
Bridgewater, Mass. Sergt. of Bridgewater Military Co. 
in King Philip's War. 

For line of descent see Francis Cooke. 

4. Third in descent from Capt. Israel Washburn of 
Raynham, Mass. Capt. of Raynham Co. 3rd Bristol 
County Reg. 1774; Member of Committee of Safety at 
Raynham 1774. 

For line of descent see Francis Cooke. 

5. Seventh in descent from Experience Mitchell of 
Bridgewater and Duxbury, Mass. Member of Dux- 
bury Military Co. under Capt. Miles Standish 1643. 

For line of descent see Francis Cooke. 

6. Seventh in descent from William Blake, Sr., of 
Dorchester, Mass. Member of Ancient and Honorable 
Artillery Co. 1646. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Francis Cooke. 

6. Samuel Sumner, 1659- Experience Blake, 1665- 

7. William Blake, Jr., 1620-1703. Ann -.... 

8. William Blake, Sr., 1594-1663. Agnes Bond -.... 



y. Sixth in descent from William Blake, Jr., of Mil- 
ton, Mass. Deputy from Milton 1680-82-83-90-97. 

For line of descent see William Blake, Sr. (No. 6). 

8. Seventh in descent from William Sumner of Dor- 
chester, Mass. Deputy from Dorchester many times be- 
tween 1666 and 1686. 

1 to 5, same as descent from Francis Cooke. 

«. Samuel Sumner, 1659-.... Experience Blake, 1665-.... 

7. Roger Sumner, 1632-1698. Mary Josselyn -1711. 

8. William Sumner, 1605-1688. Mary West -1676. 

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9. Fifth in descent from Samuel Sumner of Dorches- 
ter, Mass. Served under Capt. Thomas Brattle in King 
Philip's War. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Francis Cooke. 

6. Samuel Sumner, 1659- Experience Blake, 1665- 

io. Eighth in descent from Richard Warren of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. A Mayflower passenger and the 12th 
signer of the Compact; served under Capt. Miles Stan- 
dish in the "first encounter" at Great Meadow Creek, De- 
cember 8th, 1620. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Francis Cooke. 

5. Joshua Fobes, 1689- Abigail Dunbar, 1691- 

6. Peter Dunbar, 1668-.... Sarah Thaxter, 1668-.... 

7. Samuel Thaxter, 1641-1725. Abigail Church, 1647-1677. 

8. Sergt. Richard Church, 1608-1668. Elizabeth Warren, ....-1670. 

9. Richard Warren -1628. Elizabeth Jouatt, ....- 

ii. Seventh in descent from Sergt. Richard Church 
of Dedham, Mass. Served in Pequot War under Lieut. 
William Holmes 1637; member of Plymouth Military 
Co. 1643. 

For line of descent see Richard Warren (No. 10). 

12. Seventh in descent from Thomas Hayward of 
Bridgewater, Mass. Member of Duxbury Military Co. 
under Capt. Miles Standish 1643. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Francis Cooke. 
6. Joshua Fobes, 1689-.... Abigail Dunbar, 1691- 

6. Edward Fobes - — Elizabeth Howard, - 

7. John Howard, -1700. Martha Hayward, - 

8. Thomas Hayward -1681. Susanna - 

13. Sixth in descent from John Fobes of Bridgewater, 
Mass. Served in Duxbury Co. under Capt. Miles Stand- 
ish 1643. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Thomas Hayward (No. 12). 
7. John Fobes -1661. Constant Mitchell, - 

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14. Sixth in descent from John Dean of Taunton, 
Mass. Served in Capt. William Poole's Co. at Taunton 
1643. 

2 and 8 t same as descent from Francis Cooke. 

4. Benjamin King, 1720-1803. Deliverance Eddy -.... 

5. John King, 1676-1741. Alice Dean, 1678-1746. 

6. Isaac Dean - Hannah Leonard - 

7. John Dean, 160U-1660. Alice -.... 

15. Third in descent from Benjamin King of Rayn- 
ham, Mass. Member of Committee of Safety at Rayn- 
ham 1774; Delegate from Raynham to the Provincial 
Congress at Salem 1774-75. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Francis Cooke. 

4. Benjamin King, 1720-1803. Deliverance Eddy -.... 

16. Sixth in descent from Ensign John Whitman of 
Weymouth, Mass. First Military officer at Weymouth, 
and Ensign 1645 ; Commissioner for Weymouth 1645-46; 
Messenger to Narragansetts 1654. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Francis Cooke. 

4. Benjamin King, 1720-1803. Deliverance Eddy, ......... 

5. John King, 1676-1741. Alice Dean, 1678-1746. 

6. Philip King, 1646-1710. Judith Whitman -.... 

7. Ensign John Whitman, 1602-1692. Ruth 

17. Sixth in descent from Corporal John Liver more 
of Watertown, Mass., and New Haven, Conn. Corporal 
of New Haven Co. 1647. 

2. Israel Washburn 4th, 1784-1876. Martha Benjamin, 1792-1861. 

3. Lieut. Samuel Benjamin, 1753-.... Tabitha Livermore 1757- 

1837. 

4. Nathaniel Livermore, 1713-1783. Martha White, 1730- 

6. Deacon Thomas Livermore, 1677-1761. Mary Bright -1765. 

6. Samuel Livermore, 1640-1690. Ann Bridge, 1646-1727. 

7. Corporal John Livermore, 1606-1684. Grace , ....-I690 

18. Seventh in descent from John Bridge of Cam- 
bridge, Mass. Deputy from Cambridge 1637-38-39-41. 

% to 6, same as descent from Corporal John Livermore (No. 17). 

7. Matthew Bridge, ....-1700. Ann Danforth -1704. 

8. John Bridge -1665. Elizabeth 

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19. Sixth in descent from Matthew Bridge of Lex- 
ington, Mass. Member of Ancient and Honorable Ar- 
tillery Co. 1643. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Corporal John Livermore (No. 17). 
7. Matthew Bridge, ....-1700. Ann Danforth -1704. 

20. Seventh in descent from Nicholas Danforth of 
Cambridge, Mass. Deputy from Cambridge 1636-37. 

2 to S, same as descent from Corporal John Llvermore (No. 17). 

7. Matthew Bridge -1700. Ann Danforth -1704. 

8. Nicholas Danforth -1638. Elizabeth -1620. 

21. Seventh in descent from Ellis Barron of Maiden, 
Mass. Served under Capt. Joseph Sill in King Philip's 
War. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Corporal John Llvermore, (No. 17). 
8. Nathaniel Bright, 1647-1726. Mary Coolidge, 1660-1717. 

7. Simon Coolidge, 1659-1693. Hannah Barron, 1659-1680. 

8. EJllis Barron -1676. Grace - — 

22. Seventh in descent from John Coolidge of Water- 
town, Mass. Deputy from Watertown 1658. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Ellis Barron (No. 21). 



8. John Coolidge, 1604-1691. Mary 



23. Sixth in descent from Sergt. Henry Bright of 
Watertown, Mass. Sergt. of Watertown Military Com- 
pany 1664 ; Surveyor of Arms at Watertown 1640. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Corp. John Llvermore (No. 17). 

6. Nathaniel Bright, 1647-1726. Mary Coolidge, 1660-1717. 

7. Sergt. Henry Bright, 1602-1686. Ann Goldstone, 1615-.... 

24. Sixth in descent from John Di.r, Sr., of Water- 
town, Mass. Served as a soldier in King Philip's War. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Corp. John Liivermore (No. 17). 
5. Andrew White, 1700-.... Jane Dlx, 1704-1793. 

8. John Dlx, Jr., 1673-1766. Martha Lawrence -.... 

7. John Dix, Sr., 1640-1714. Elisabeth Barnard -.... 

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25. Sixth in descent from John Nutting of Groton, 
Mass. His house was used as a garrison in King Phil- 
ip's War; he was killed during an attack upon Groton 
by Indians in March, 1676. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Corp. John Livermore (No. 17). 

4. Abel Benjamin, 1731-.... Elizabeth Nutting, 17S1-.... 

5. Samuel Nutting - 

9. Jonathan Nutting, 1668- Elizabeth -.... 

7. John Nutting -.... Sarah Eggleston, ......... 



WELLS, EBEN FREME. (Soc. No. 47). 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Born June 2, 1851, in Brattleboro, Vt. 
Unmarried. 

2. John Chester Wells, 1807-1862. Elizabeth Colt, 1816- 

3. Ebsnezer Custerson Wells, 1777-1850. Mary Chester, 1779-1838. 

4. John Chester 4th, 1748-1809. Elizabeth Huntington, 1757-1839. 

5. Col. John Chester, 1703-1771. Sarah Noyes, 1722-1797. 

6. Rev. Joseph Noyes, 1688-1761. Abigail Pierpont, 1696-1768. 

7. Rev. James Pierpont, 1659-1714. Sarah Haynes -1696. 

8. Rev. Joseph Haynes, 1641-1679. Sarah Lord, 1638-1705. 

9. Gov. John Haynes, 1594-1654. Mabel Harlakenden, 1614-1655. 

Eighth in descent from Gov. John Haynes of Boston, 
Mass., and Hartford, Conn. Assistant and Governor of 
Massachusetts Bay Colony 1635 ; President of first Gen- 
eral Court of Conn. 1637 ; first Governor of Conn. 1639 
and every alternate year until 1654 ; Lieut. Governor of 
Conn, for five years between 1640 and 1652; Commis- 
sioner of United Colonies 1650 ; served as Col. of Mass. 
Reg't. in Pequot War. 

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SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

1. Fourth in descent from Col. John Chester, of 
Wethersfield, Conn. Ensign 1724; Capt. 1725; Col. 6th 
Conn. Regt. 1739 ; Assistant for 18 years ; Member of the 
Committee of "Warre" 1745 to 1754; Deputy from 
Wethersfield for many years ; Special Commissioner to 
the conference with the "Six Nations" at Albany, N. Y. 

For line of descent see Gov. John Haynes. 

2. Eighth in descent from Gov. William Pynchon of 
Springfield, Mass. One of the founders of Massachu- 
setts Bay Colony ; Assistant many times between 1629 
and 1649; Treasurer 1632-33-34; Commissioner to gov- 
ern Connecticut 1635-36; one of the first settlers of 
Springfield ; appointed to govern the settlers on Connect- 
icut River and known as Governor of Springfield from 
1 64 1 to 1650. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Gov. John Haynes. 

8. Major John Chester, 1656-17U. Hannah Talcott, 1665-1741. 

7. Capt. Samuel Talcott, 1635-1691. Hannah Holyoke, 1644-1677. 

8. Capt. Elizur Holyoke, 1618-1676. Mary Pynchon -1657. 

9. Governor "William Pynchon, 1590-1662. 

3. Fifth in descent from Major John Chester of 
Wethersfield, Conn. Ensign 1689; Capt. 1698; Major 
1702; Deputy from Wethersfield 1694 to 1701 ; Speaker 
of House of Representatives 1699; Deputy Governor 
1701 to 1711; Assistant 1685 to 1711. 

For line of descent see Gov. William Pynchon (No. 21. 

4. Sixth in descent from Capt. Samuel Talcott of 
Wethersfield, Conn. Lieut. 1677; Capt. 1681 ; Deputy 
from Wethersfield 1669 to 1684; Assistant 1685 to 1691. 

For line of descent see Gov. William Pynchon (No. 2). 

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5. Sixth in descent from Rev. James Noyes of Ston- 
ington, Conn. First Pastor of the First Church of Ston- 
ington; Senior member of the first board of trustees of 
Yale College and one of its founders ; Chaplain of the 
force under command of Capt. George Dennison which 
captured Canonchet, Chief Sachem of the Narragansett 
Indians, April 1676. The General Court of Conn, voted 
him 200 acres of land for important services rendered in 
that expedition. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Gov. John Haynes. 

7. Rev. James Noyes, 1640-1719. Dorothy Stanton, 1651-1743. 

6. Seventh in descent from Gov. Thomas Welles of 
Wethersfield, Conn. Magistrate of the Conn. Colony 
1637 to 1653 ; Assistant 1639 to 1654 ; Secretary of the 
Colony 1640 to 1648; Member of Council 1639 t0 !66o; 
Commissioner of the United Colonies 1649; Deputy Gov- 
ernor 1654-56-57-59; Third Governor of Conn. 1655 to 
1658. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Gov. John Haynes. 

6. Major John Chester, 1656-1711. Hannah Talcott, 1665-1741. 

7. Capt. John Chester, 1635-1698. Sarah Welles, 1631-1698. 

8. Governor Thomas Welles, 1598-1660. Elizabeth Hunt -1636. 

7. Sixth in descent from Capt. John Chester of 
Wethersfield, Conn. Trooper 1658; Lieut. 1672 and Cant. 
1st Co. Conn. Militia 1677; Deputy from Wethersfield 
for nine years and Commissioner for eleven years. 

For line of descent see Gov. Thomas Welles (No. 6). 

8. Eighth in descent from Edward Holyoke of Lynn, 
Mass. Deputy from Lynn 1639-50 ; Assistant 1643. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Gov. Wlliam Pyncbon (No. i). 

9. Edward Holyoke -1660. Prudence Stockton -.... 

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a. Seventh in descent from Capt. Elizur Holyoke of 
Springfield, Mass. Ensign 1653; Lieut. 1657; Capt. 
1663; Commissioner from Springfield 1654; second in 
command at Springfield and Hadley during King Phil- 
ip's War. 

For line of descent see Gov. William Pynchon (No. 2). 

10. Seventh in descent from John Talcott of Hart- 
ford, Conn. Deputy to Massachusetts General Court 
1634-36; Deputy to Connecticut General Court 1637-53; 
Assistant 1654-60; Treasurer of Connecticut Colony 
1652-60 ; Commissioner of United Colonies 1656-58. 

2 to 5 same as descent from Gov. John Haynes. 

6. Maj. John Chester, 1656-1711. Hannah Talcott, 1665-1741. 

7. Capt. Samuel Talcott, 1635-1691. Hannah Holyoke, 1644-1677. 

8. John Talcott, 1600-1660. Dorothy Mott -.... 

ii. Fifth in descent from Capt. Joshua Huntington of 
Norwich, Conn. Ensign 1738; Lieut. 1740; Capt. of 
Norwich Train Band 1745 ; Deputy from Norwich 1739- 
44- 

2, 3 and 4 same as descent from Gov. John Haynes. 

5. Gen. Jabez Huntington, 1719-1786. Hannah Williams, 1726-1807. 

6. Capt Joshua Huntington, 1698-1745. Hannah Perkins, 1701- 
174S. 

12. Fourth in descent from Gen. Jabez Huntington 
of New London, Conn. Capt. of Troop of Horse 1751 ; 
Lieut. Col. 1764; Maj. Gen. 1776; Asst. from 1764 to 
1775; Member of Assembly 1750; President of Assembly 
for many years. 

2, 3 and 4 same as descent from Gov. John Haynes. 

5. Gen. Jabez Huntington, 1719-1786. Hannah Williams, 1726-1807. 



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WELLS. HENRY ROGERS. (Soc. No. 130). 
Preston, Minn. 

Born June 23rd, 1834, in Luzerne, N. Y. 

Married Mary Elizabeth McKinney June 13th, 1866. 

3. Reuben, Wells, 1802-1892. Catherine Leavens, 1807-1877. 
8. Nathan A. Wells, 1771-1855. Rhoda Sherman, 1773-1839. 

4. Samuel Wells. 1745-1835. Judith Shaler, 1751-1832. 

5. Ebenezer Shaler, 1725-1761. Judith , ....-..,. 

6. Abel Shaler, 1676- -.... 

T. Thomas Shaler -1692. Alice Spencer 

8. Ensign Jared Spencer, -1685. 

Seventh in descent from Ensign Jared Spencer of 
Haddam, Conn. Deputy from Haddam 1674-75-78-79- 
80-83; commissioned Ensign of Haddam Train Band 
Sept. 14th, 1675. 



WENZELL, HENRY BURLEIGH. (Soc. No. 93). 
St. Paul, Minnesota. 

Born April 21st, 1853, in Newton, Mass. 

Unmarried. 

2. Henry Weniell, 2d, 1822-1867. Martha Abigail Smart, 1825-1855. 

3. Burleigh Smart, M. D., 1795-1852. Abigail Cogswell, 1791-1827. 

4. Col. Amos Cogswell, 1752-1826. Lydia Baker, 1759-1828. 

5. Col. Otis Baker, 1727-1801. Tamsen Chesley, 1728-1801. 

Fourth in descent from Col. Otis Baker of Dover, New 
Hampshire. Col. of the Second New Hampshire Reg. 
prior to 1773; Representative from Dover 1768 to 1775; 
Judge Court of Common Pleas 1773 to 1785. 

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SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Eighth in descent from Richard Treat of Wethers- 
field, Conn. Deputy from Wethersfield 1644 to 1657; 
Assistant 1657 to 1665 ; Member of Gov. Winthrop's 
Council 1663-64 ; named as one of the patentees in Conn. 
Royal Charter. 

Z to 5, same as descent from Col. Otis Baker. 
8. Capt. Thomas Baker, 1682-. . . . Christine Otis-Le Beau, 1689- 
1773. 

7. Lieut. Timothy Baker -1729. Sarah Atherton Holllster. 

....-1691. 

8. Lieut. John Holllster, 1612-1685. Joanna Treat, 1618-1694. 

9. Richard Treat, 1584-1669. Alice Gaylord, 1594- 

a. Fifth in descent from Capt. Thomas Baker of 
Brookfield, Mass. Assisted in the defense of Deerfield 
when attacked by Indians Feb. 29th, 1704; taken captive 
at that time and carried prisoner to Canada ; escaped and 
later commanded the escort of the Commissioners to ex- 
change prisoners ; First Representative from Brookfield 
1719. 

For line of descent see Richard Treat (No. 1). 

3. Sixth in descent from Lieut. Timothy Baker of 
Northampton, Mass. Took part in the "Falls Fight" 
May 19th, 1676, under Capt. William Turner. 

For line of descent see Richard Treat (No. 1). 

4. Seventh in descent from Lieut. John Hollister of 
Wethersfield, Conn. Lieut, of the Hartford Co. Militia : 
Deputy from Wethersfield 1644 to 1658. 

For line of descent see Richard Treat (No. 1). 

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5. Seventh in descent from Ezekiel Wentworth of 
Dover, New Hampshire. Representative from Dover 
1711. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Col. Otis Baker. 

6. James Chesley, Jr., 1706-17T7. Mehltable Waldron, ....-1T76. 

7. James Chesley, Sr -1707. Tamsen Wentworth, 1687-1753. 

8. Ezekiel Wentworth, 1651-1713. Elizabeth -.... 

6. Ninth in descent from Capt. Edmund Greenleaf 
of Newbury, Mass. Ensign 1639; Lieut. 1642; Capt. 
1645, and "Head of Militia" under Col. Gerrish 1644. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Col. Otis Baker. 

5. Nathaniel Cogswell, 1707-1783. Judith Badger, 1724-1810. 

«. Joseph Badger, 1698-1760. Hannah Peaslee, 1703-1734. 

7. John Badger, 1665- Rebecca Brown, 1667- 

8. Sergt. John Badger, 1643-1691. Elizabeth -1669. 

9. Giles Badger -1647. Elizabeth Greenleaf, 1622- 

10. Capt. Edmund Greenleaf -1671. Sarah Dole, ....- 

7. Sixth in descent from Col. Nathaniel Peaslee of 
Haverhill, Mass. Deputy from Haverhill many times be- 
tween 1737 and 1753. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Capt. Edmund Greenleaf (No. 6). 

7. Col. Nathaniel Peaslee, 1682- Judith Kimball, - 

8. Seventh in descent from John Bigelozv of Water- 
town, Mass. Served in Pequot War; member of Capt. 
Davenport's Co. in King Philip's War. 

2. Henry Wenzell, 2d, 1822-1867. Martha Abigail Smart, 1825-1856. 

3. Henry Wenzell, 1st, 1791-1824. Lucy French -.... 

4. John Wenzell, 1765-1830. Hepzibah Bigelow, 1767-1841. 

5. Joseph Bigelow, 1730- Lydia Brown, 1734- 

6. Ephraim Bigelow, 1698-1756. Lydia Johnson -1770. 

7. Daniel Bigelow, 1650-1715. Abial Pratt - 

8. John Bigelow, 1616-1703. Mary Warren -1691. 



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WHIPPLE, CHARLES HENRY. (Soc. No. 4). 

Lieut. Col. and Deputy Paymaster General U. S. A. 

Chief Paymaster Dept. of the Lakes. 

Stationed at Chicago, 111. 

Born June 12th, 1849, m Adams, N. Y. 

Married Evelyn Elizabeth McLean, December 5th, 1871. 

Major, Paymaster, Feb. 18th, 1881 ; 

Lieut. Col. ; Deputy Paymaster Genl., May 3d, 1901. 

SERVICE. 

He was on duty at Faribault, Minnesota, March, 1881 ; 
San Francisco, California, April, 1881, to November, 
1882 ; St Paul, Minnesota, November, 1882 ; Fort Keogh, 
Montana, December, 1882, to October, 1884; on leave 
October to December, 1884 ; St Paul, Minnesota, Decem- 
ber, 1884, to July, 1885; Fort Keogh, Montana, July, 
1885, to July, 1887 ; Leavenworth, Kansas, August, 1887, 
to February, 1889 ; Cheyenne, Wyoming, February, 1889, 
to July, 1890; New York City, August, 1890, to Octo- 
ber, 1894; St. Paul, Minnesota, October, 1894, to Jan- 
uary, 1898. He was Chief Paymaster, Department of 
the Columbia at Portland, Oregon, January to May, 
1898; on duty with Expeditionary forces in Philippine 
Islands, May 25th to December 8th, 1898; Chief Pay- 
master Department of Dakota at St. Paul, Minnesota, 
December 8th, 1898 to August 16th, 1899; on duty in the 
Paymaster General's office, Washington, D. C, August 
23rd to September 16, 1899; Chief Paymaster Depart- 
ment of Porto Rico, September, 1899 to May, 1900; 

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Chief Paymaster Department of the Lakes, Chicago, Ill- 
inois, May, 1900, to date. 

2. Henry Benjamin Whipple, 1832- Cornelia Wright, 1818- 

1890. 

3. Benjamin Wright, 1784-1861. Sarah Ward, 1789-1852. 

4. Charles Ward, 1752-1802. Mary Pell, 1762-.... 

6. Philip Pell, 1732-1788. Glorianna Tredwell, 1731-1814. 

6. Philip Pell -.... Hannah Mott -.... 

7. Thomas Pell, - Anna - 

8. Major John Pell, 1643-1702. Rachel Pinckney -...- 

Seventh in descent from Major John Pell of Westches- 
ter Co., N. Y. Capt. of troop of Horse in the New York 
Provincial forces May 30th, 1684; Major 1692; Member 
of the New York General Assembly 1691 to 1695. 



SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

1. Seventh in descent from Andrew Ward of Weth- 

ersfield and Fairfield, Conn. Magistrate of the Conn. 

Colony 1636 and one of the Commissioners sent from 

Mass. to govern the Colony of Conn. ; Assistant in the 
first general court of Conn. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Major John Pell. 
6. Stephen Ward, 1730-1797. Ruth Gedney, 1730-1809. 

6. Edmund Ward, -.... Mary - 

7. Samuel Ward, - Alice Ogden - 

8. Andrew Ward, 1600-1659. Esther Sherman -1665. 

2. Fifth in descent from Edmund Ward, Jr., of West- 
chester Co., N. Y. Member of the Colonial Assembly 
from Westchester Co. from 1705 to 1713. 

For line of descent see Andrew Ward (No. 1). 

3. Seventh in descent from Capt. John Whipple of 
Providence, R. I. Served in King Philip's War under 
Capt, Roger Williams, and was one of those who defend- 
ed Providence, and "who staid and went not away" when 

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the town was attacked by Indians 1676; Deputy from 
Providence 1666-69-75-76. Drake's History of Provi- 
dence mentions an expedition into' the Indian country 
commanded by Capt. John Whipple of Providence. 

2. Henry Benjamin Whipple, 1822- Cornelia Wright, 1818- 

1890. 

3. John Hall Whipple, 1795-1859. Elizabeth Wager, 1797-1870. 

4. Benjamin Whipple, 1754-1819. Susanna Hall, 1762-1840. 
6. David Whipple, 1714-1766. Martha Read, 1715- 

6. Ensign Jeremiah Whipple, 1683-1721. Deborah Bucklin, 1692- 

7. David Whipple, 1656-1710. Hannah Tower -1722. 

8. Capt. John Whipple, 1617-1685. Sarah -.... 



4. Fourth in descent from David Whipple of Cumber- 
land, R. I. Deputy from Cumberland 1756-57. 

For line of descent see Capt. John Whipple (No. 3). 

5. Fifth in descent from Ensign Jeremiah Whipple 
of Providence, R. I. Ensign in the 6th Co. 2nd Reg. of 
Mass. forces on the expedition to Nova Scotia 1707. 

For line of descent see Capt. John Whipple (No. 3). 

6. Seventh in descent from John Toiver of Hingham, 
Mass. During King Philip's War he fortified his dwell- 
ing at Hingham, afterwards known as "Tower's Garrison 
House;" with his four sons and one or two others whom 
he hired at his own expense he defended it throughout 
the war. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Capt. John Whipple (No. 3). 
8. John Tower, 1609-1702. Margaret Ibrook, 1617-1700. 

7. Sixth in descent from Simon Slocomb, Sr., of Bos- 
ton, Mass. Commander of the Sloop "Seaflower" used 
as a transport in his Majesty's service 1723-24-25 ; Mas- 
ter of the Sloop "Success" 1718-19. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Capt. John Whipple (No. 3). 
5. Ensign John Hall, 1735-1812. Esther Slocomb, 1733-1769. 
«. Capt. Simon Slocomb, 1705-.... Abigail Melcalf, 1713-.... 
7. Simon Slocomb, St., ......... Abigail Wheatley, 1677-1707. 

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8. Fifth in descent from Capt. Simon Slocomb of 
Wrentham, Mass. Capt. of a Co. in Col Joseph Wil- 
liam's Reg. in the expedition against Canada 1756-57; 
Capt. of a Co. in Col. Fry's Reg. in service at Nova 
Scotia 1760. 

For line of descent see Simon Slocomb, Sr. (No. 7). 

9. Fourth in descent from Ensign John Hall of Wren- 
tham, Mass. Private in Capt. Samuel Day's Co., Col. 
Miller's Reg. 1757; Ensign in Capt. Samuel Cowell's Co. 
3rd Reg. of Militia commanded by Col. Nathaniel Hatch 
June, 1 77 1. 

For line of descent see Simon Slocomb, Sr. (No. 7). 

10. Eighth in descent from Samuel Fisher of Wren- 
tham, Mass. Deputy from Wrentham from 1689 to 
1692 ; First Deacon of the Wrentham Church. 

2, 3 anu 4, same as descent from Capt. John Whipple (No. 3). 

5. Ensign John Hall, 1735-1812. Esther Slocomb, 1733-1769. 

6. Capt. Simon Slocomb, 1705-.... Abigail Metcalf, 1713-.... 

7. Eleazer Metcalf, Jr., 1685-.... Judith George -.... 

8. Eleazer Metcalf, Sr., 1653-1706. Meletiah Fisher, 1667-1742. 

9. Samuel Fisher -1703. Meletiah Snow, 1638-1693. 

11. Seventh in descent from Eleazer Metcalf, Sr., of 
Wrentham, Mass. Ensign of the Wrentham Military Co. 
1689. 

For line of descent see Samuel Fisher (No. 10.) 

12. Eighth in descent from William Bullard of Ded- 
ham, Mass. One of the original proprietors of Dedhani 
and the Clerk of the Dedham Train Band 1648, command- 
ed by Capt. Eliezer Lusher. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Capt. John Whipple (No. 3). 

5. Ensign John Hall, 1735-3812. Esther Slocomb, 1733-1769. 

6. Joslah Hall, 1701-1782. Mary Farrington, 1706-. . . . 

7. Daniel Farrington, 1664-2718. Abigail Fisher, 1674-1717. 

8. John Farrington, 1624-1676. Mary Bullard - 

3. William Bullard, 1594-1687. 

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13. Seventh in descent from Edward Hall of Reho- 
both, Mass. Served in the expedition against the Nar- 
ragansetts, 1645 in the Duxbury Co. 

3 to 6, same as descent from William Bullard (No. 12). 

7. Benjamin Hall, 1668-1726: Sarah Fisher, 1668-1756. 

8. Edward Hall -1670. Esther - 

14. Seventh in descent from William Sabin of Reho- 
both, Mass. Deputy from Rehoboth in 1657-59-60-61- 
70-71. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Capt. John Whipple (No. 3). 
T. Joseph Bucklln, Jr., 1663-1729. Mehitabel Sabin, 1673-1760. 
8. William Sabin -1687. Martha Allen, 1641-.... 

15. Seventh in descent from John Read, Sr., of Reho- 
both, Mass. Member of the Ancient and Honorable 
Artillery Co. 1644. 

1 to 6, same as descent from Capt. John Whipple (No. 8). 
6. Thomas Read, 1672-1748. Martha Barstow, 1690- 

T. John Read, Jr., 1640-1676. Rachel - 

8. John Read, Sr., 1598-1685. Sarah -1702. 

16. Sixth in descent from John Read, Jr., of Reho- 
both, Mass. Member of the Rehoboth Co. and was killed 
by the Indians in "Pierce's Fight" in King Philip's War 
March 26th, 1676. 

Tot line of descent see John Read, Sr. (No. 15). 

17. Seventh in descent from George Barstow, Sr., of 
Cambridge, Mass. One of the original proprietors of 
Dedham; Member of the Ancient and Honorable Artil- 
lery Co. 1644. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Capt. John Whipple (No. 3). 

6. Thomas Read, 1672-1748. Martha Barstow, 1690- 

7. George Barstow, Jr., 1652-1726. Mercy -1726. 

8. George Barstow, Sr., 1614-1654. Susannah Maryott -1654. 



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* WHIPPLE, RIGHT REV. HENRY BENJAMIN, 

D. D., LL. D. (Soc. No. 19). 

Bishop of Minnesota. 

Faribault, Minn. 

Born February 15th, 1822, in Adams, New York. 
Married Cornelia Wright Oct. 5th, 1842; she died July 

16th, 1890, and he married Mrs. Evangeline Simpson 

Oct. 22d, 1896. 

2. John Hall Whipple, 1795-1859. Elizabeth Wager, 1797-1870. 

8. Benjamin Whipple, 1754-1819. Susanna Hall, 1762-1840. 

4. David Whipple, 1714-1766. Martha Read, 1715-.... 

5. Jeremiah Whipple, 1683-1721. Deborah Bucklin, 1692- 

6. David Whipple, 1656-1710. Hannah Tower, . . . .-1722. 

7. Capt. John Whipple, 1617-1685. Sarah , ....- 

Sixth in descent from Capt. John Whipple of Provi- 
dence, R. I. Served in King Philip's War under Capt. 
Roger Williams, and was one of those who defended 
Providence, and "who staid and went not away" when 
the town was attacked by Indians 1676; Deputy from 
Providence 1666-69-75-76. Drake's History of Provi- 
dence mentions an expedition into the Indian country 
commanded by Capt. John Whipple of Providence. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

1. Third in descent from David Whipple of Cumber- 
land, R. I. 

2. Fourth in descent from Ensign Jeremiah Whipple 
of Providence, R. I. 

* Deceased. 

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3. Sixth in descent from John Tower of Hingham, 
Mass. 

4. Fifth in descent from Simon Slocomb, Sr., of Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

5. Fourth in descent from Capt. Simon Slocomb of 
Wrentham, Mass. 

6. Third in descent from Ensign John Hall of Wren- 
tham, Mass. 

7. Seventh in descent from Samuel Fisher of Wren- 
tham, Mass. 

8. Sixth in descent from Eleazer Metcalf, Sr., of 
Wrentham, Mass. 

9. Seventh in descent from William Bullard of Ded- 
ham, Mass. 

10. Sixth in descent from Edward Hall of Rehoboth, 
Mass. 

11. Sixth in descent from William Sabin of Reho- 
both, Mass. 

13. Sixth in descent from John Read, Sr., of Reho- 
both, Mass. 

13. Fifth in descent from John Read, Jr., of Reho- 
both, Mass. 

14. Sixth in decent from George Barstow, Sr., of 
Cambridge, Mass. 

For line of descent and for record of services see Charles Henry 
Whipple, pages 338 to 342. 



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WHITE, WILLIAM CHESTER. (Soc. No. 29) 
Duluth Minn. 

Born March 12th, 1853, in Racine, Wis. 

Married Alida Lewis Durand Oct. 24th, 1882. 

2. Chester William White, 1797-1868. Clarissa N. Spencer -1854. 

3. Asa White, 1747-1829. Zilpah Hayes, 1761-1833. 

4. Simeon White, 1708-1779. Jerusha Smith, 17U-1810. 

5. Capt. Daniel White, 1671-1726. Ann Bissell, 1675-1709. 

Fourth in descent from Capt. Daniel White of Hat- 
field, Mass. Ensign in Queen Anne's War 1711; Capt. 
of Conn, troops 171 5. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Fifth in descent from Lieut. Daniel White of Hat- 
field, Mass. Lieut, of Hatfield Co. 1692. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Capt. Daniel White. 

6. Lieut. Daniel White, 1639-1713. Sarah Crow, 1647-1719. 

2. Sixth in descent from Elder John White, of Hart- 
ford, Conn., and Cambridge and Hadley, Mass. One of 
the original proprietors of Hartford and Hadley and 
prominent in the affairs of both towns; Deputy from 
Hadley 1664-69. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Capt. Daniel White. 

6. Lieut. Daniel White, 1639-1713. Sarah Crow, 1647-1719. 

7. Elder John White -1684. Mary - 

3. Sixth in descent from John Bissell, Sr., of Wind- 
sor, Conn. Trooper under Major John Mason in the 
First Conn. Cavalry 1658; Deputy from Windsor 1648- 
50-51-52-53-54-58. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Capt. Daniel White. 

6. John Bissell, Jr -1693. Isabel Mason -.... 

7. John Bissell, Sr., 1591-1677. 

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4. Fifth in descent from John Bissell, Jr., of Wind- 
sor, Conn. Quartermaster of Hartford County troop 
1677; Cornet of same 1681. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Capt. Daniel White. 
8. John Bissell, Jr., ....-1693. Isabel Mason - 



5. Fifth in descent from John Lee of Westfield, Mass. 
Served under Capt. William Turner in King Philip's War, 
and took part in the Fall's Fight, May 19th, 1676. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Capt. Daniel White. 

4. Joel Hayes, 1728-1800. Rebecca Post, 1736-1817. 

5. Daniel Hayes, 1686-1756. Sarah Lee, 1692-1738. 

6. John Lee - Elizabeth Crampton - 

6. Fourth in descent from Daniel Hayes of Simsbury, 
Conn. Served in Queen Anne's War ; was taken prisoner 
by Indians, carried to Canada and kept in captivity for 
five years. 

For line of descent see John Lee (No. 5). 

7. Sixth in descent from Obadiah Bruen of Glouces- 
ter, Mass., and New London, Conn. Deputy from Glou- 
cester 1644-47-48-49; named as one of the patentees in 
Connecticut Royal Charter 1662 ; Commissioner for New 
London 1660-61-64-65 ; Deputy from New London 1665 ; 
member of Committee to treat with Indians 1663. 

2 and 3, same as descent from Capt. Daniel White. 

4. Joel Hayes, 1728-1800. Rebecca Post, 1736-1817. 

5. Joseph Post, 1681-1749. Mary Post ......... 

8. Thomas Post -1701. Rebecca Bruen, -1721. 

7. Obadiah Bruen - Sarah - 



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8. Ninth in descent from Robert Bodiish of Sand- 
wich, Mass. Member of Sandwich Military Co. under 
Lieut. John Blackmer 1643. 

2. Chester William White, 1797-1868. Clarissa N. Spencer -1S54. 

3. William P. Spencer -1855. Sophronia Hubbard, 1802-1865 

4. Phineas Hubbard, 1775-1842. Catherine Nash, 1779-1858. 

5. Elisha Nash, 1744-1827. Elizabeth Smith, 1743-1782. 

6. Moses Smith, 1706-1781. Hannah Childs, 17U-1778. 

7. Samuel Childs, 1679-.... Hannah Barnard, 1685-1727. 

8. Richard Childs, Jr., ....- Elizabeth Crocker, ....-1716. 

9. .John Crocker, 1637-1711. Mary Bodflsh -1662. 

10. Robert Bodfish -1651. Bridget , ......... 

9. Ninth in descent from Deacon William Crocker of 
Barnstable, Mass. Member of the Barnstable Military 
Co. 1643 ; Deputy from Barnstable 1670-71-74. 

2 to 9, same as descent from Robert Bodflsh (No. 8). 
10. Deacon William Crocker, 1612-1692. Alice ......... 



10. Seventh in descent from Richard Childs of 
Barnstable, Mass. Served in King Philip's War. 

For line of descent see Robert Bodfish (No. 8). 

11. Ninth in descent from Thomas Ford of Wind- 
sor, Conn. Deputy from Windsor 1638-39-40-41. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Robert Bodfish (No. 8). 

8. Joseph Barnard, 1641-1695. Sarah Strong, 1656-1733. 

9. Elder John Strong, 1605-1699. Abigail Ford, . . . .-1663. 
10. Thomas Ford, ....-1676. 

12. Eighth in descent from Elder John Strong of 
Taunton and Northampton, Mass. Deputy from Taun- 
ton i64i-42-43-T53"--62f7 ' 

For line of descent see Thomas Ford (No. 11). 

13. Seventh in descent from Joseph Barnard of 
Deerfield, Mass. Served in garrison at Deerfield during 
King William's War and was fatally wounded at Indian 
Bridge, Aug. 18th 1695 : Deputy from Deerfield 1692-93. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Robert Bodfish (No. 8). 
8. Joseph Barnard, 1641-1695. Sarah Strong, 1656-1733. 

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14- Eighth in descent from Nathaniel Foote, Sr., of 
Wethersfield, Conn. Deputy from Wethersfield 1641-44. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Robert Bodflsh (No. 8). 

7. Ichabod Smith, 1676-1746. Elizabeth Cooke, 1677-175L 

8. Lieut. Philip Smith, 1633-1685. Rebecca Foote, 1634-1701. 

9. Nathaniel Foote, Sr., 1593-1644. 

15. Seventh in descent from Lieut. Philip Smith of 
Hadley, Mass. Lieut, of Hadley Company in Regiment 
commanded by Maj. John Pynchon 1678; Deputy from 
Hadley 1677-80-81-82-83-84. 

For line of descent see Nathaniel Foote, Sr. (No. 14). 

16. Eighth in descent from Major Aaron Cooke of 
Northampton, Mass. Commander in chief of Conn, 
forces 1653; trooper under Maj. John Mason in First 
Conn. Cavalry 1658; in command of garrison at West- 
field during King Philip's War; appointed Major 1686; 
Deputy from Northampton 1668. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Robert Bodflsh (No. 8). 

7. Ichabod Smith, 1676-1746. Elizabeth Cooke, 1677-1751. 

8. Capt. Aaron Cooke, 1640-1716. Sarah Westwood -1730. 

9. Ma]. Aaron Cooke, 1610-1690. 

17. Seventh in descent from Capt. Aaron Cooke of 
Hadley, Mass. Capt. of the Hadley Company for 
thirty-five years from 1678 to 171 3; Deputy from Hadley 
1689-91-93-97. 

For line of descent see Major Aaron Cooke (No. 16). 

18. Eighth in descent from William Westwood of 
Hadley, Mass. Member of Board of Magistrates to 
govern people of Connecticut 1636 ; Deputy to Connecti- 
cut General Court 1636-51-52-53-54-55-56. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Robert Bodflsh (No. 8). 

7. Ichabod Smith, 1676-1746. Elizabeth Cooke, 1677-1751. 

8. Capt. Aaron Cooke, 1640-1716. Sarah Westwood -1730. 

9. William Westwood, 1606-1669. Bridget -1676. 

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19. Ninth in descent from Robert Linnell of Barns- 
table, Mass. Member of the Barnstable Military Com- 
pany 1643. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Robert Bodflsh (No. 8). 

9. Richard Chllds, Sr - Mary Ldnnell ......... 

10. Robert Linnell, ....-1663. Pennenlah , ......... 



20. Eighth in descent from Rev. Samuel Stone of 
Hartford, Conn. Served as Chaplain to troops under 
Major John Mason in Pequot War and received a grant 
of land for his service ; one of three commissioners ap- 
pointed to treat with Indians 1638. 

2. Chester William White, 1797-1868. Clarissa N. Spencer, ....- 

1854. 

3. William P. Spencer 1855. Sophronia Hubbard, 1802-1865. 

4. Pbineas Hubbard, 1775-1842. Catherine Nash, 1779-1858. 

5. Elisha Nash, 1744-1827. Elizabeth Smith, 1743-1782. 

6. Thomas Nash, Jr., 1693-1773. Martha Smith -.... 

7. Thomas Nash, Sr -1728. Hannah Coleman, 1667-1722. 

8. IJeut. Timothy Nash, 1626-1699. Rebecca Stone, ....-1709. 

9. Rev. Samuel Stone, 1602-1663. 

21. Seventh in descent from Lieut. Timothy Nash of 
Hadley, Mass., and New Haven, Conn. Lieut, of Had- 
ley Military Co. 1678; Deputy from Hadley 1690-91-95. 

For line of descent see Rev. Samuel Stone (No. 20). 

22. Ninth in descent from John Porter, Sr. , of Wind- 
sor Conn. Deputy from Windsor 1646-47. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Rev. Samuel Stone (No. 20). 

8. John Coleman, 1635-1711. Hannah Porter -1677. 

9. Samuel Porter, ....-1689. Hannah Stanley -1708. 

10. John Porter, Sr -1648. Rose -1648. 

23. Ninth in descent from Thomas Stanley of Lynn, 
Mass. Deputy from Lynn 1635. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Rev. Samuel Stone (No. 20). 

8. John Coleman, 1635-1711. Hannah Porter -1677. 

9. Samuel Porter -1689. Hannah Stanley -1708. 

10. Thomas Stanley -1663. Bennet 1609-1664. 

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24. Eighth in descent from Thomas Coleman of Had- 
ley, Mass. Appointed to procure men and supplies for 
the expedition against Ninnigret 1654; Deputy to Con- 
necticut General Court from 1650 to 1656. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Rev. Samuel Stone (No. 20). 

8. John Coleman, 1635-1711. Hannah Porter, -1677. 

9. Thomas Coleman -1674. Prances Wills -1678. 

25. Seventh in descent from Ensign Daniel Warner 
of Hadley, Mass. Ensign of Hadley Military Company 
1674. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Rev. Samuel Stone (No. 20). 

5. Giles Hubbard, 1742-1824. Edith Field, 1747-1832. 

6. Isaac Hubbard, Jr., 1695-1763. Christian Gunn, 1702-1744. 

7. Isaac Hubbard t Sr., 1667-1750. Ann Warner, 1669-1750. 

8. Ensign Daniel Warner, ....1692. Mary , -1672. 

26. Eighth in descent from Jasper Gunn of Milford, 
Conn. Deputy from Milford 1663. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Rev. Samuel Stone (No. 20). 

5. Giles Hubbard, 1742-1824. Edith Field, 1747-1832. 

6. Isaac Hubbard, Jr., 1695-1763. Christian Gunn, 1702-1744. 

7. Deacon Samuel Gunn, 1663-1755. Elizabeth Wyatt, 1665-1737. 

8. Nathaniel Gunn, -1663. Sarah Day, -1677. 

9. Jasper Gunn. 1606-1671. 

27. Eighth in descent from John Bronson of Farm- 
ington, Conn. Served in Pequot War, and received a 
grant of land for his services ; Deputy from Farmington 
1651. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Jasper Gunn (No. 26). 

8. John Wyatt 1668. Mary Bronson, ....- 

9. John Bronson, -1680. 

28. Eighth in descent from John Leonard of Spring- 
field, Mass. Served in King Philip's War and killed by 
Indians 1676. 

2. Chester William White, 1797-1868. Clarissa N. Spencer, ....-1854. 

3. William P. Spencer -1855. Sophronia Hubbard, 1802-1865. 

4. Phineas Hubbard, 1775-1842. Catherine Nash, 1779-1858. 

5. Giles Hubbard, 1742-1824. Edith Field, 1747-1832. 

6. Capt. Jonathan Field, 1697-1781. Esther Smith, 1710-1795. 

7. Joseph Smith, 1671-1752. Canada Wait, 1678-1749. 

8. Sergt. Benjamin Wait, 1647-1704. Martha Leonard, 1649-.... 

9. John Leonard -1676. Sarah Heald -1711. 

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29. Seventh in descent from Sergt Benjamin Wait of 
Hatfield, Mass. An account of his life and public serv- 
ices will be found later in this volume. 

For line of descent see John Leonard (No. 28). 

30. Eighth in descent from Lieut. Samuel Smith of 
Hadley, Mass., and Wethersfield, Conn. "Antient Ser- 
geant" of Wethersfield Co.; Lieut, in Major John 
Pynchon's Regt. from 1662 to 1678; Commissioner 
to negotiate with Mohawks 1667; released from military 
duty by General Court in 1678 on account of advanced 
age; Deputy from Wethersfield many times between 
1640 and 1656; Deputy from Hadley many times between 
166 1 and 1673; Commissioner for Hadley 1661-63; As- 
sociate Justice of Hampshire Court 1665. 

2 to 7, same as descent from John Leonard (No. 28). 

8. John Smith -1676. Mary Partridge - 

9. Lieut. Samuel Smith, 1602-1680. Elizabeth , 1602-1686. 

31. Seventh in descent from John Smith of Hadley, 
Mass. Served under Capt. William Turner in King 
Philip's War and took part in the Fall's Fight, May 19th, 
1676; killed by Indians in the attack on Hatfield May 
30th, 1676. 

2 to 7, same as descent from John Leonard (No. 28). 
8. John Smith -1676. Mary Partridge ....- 

32. Eighth in descent from Capt. Christopher Stan- 
ley of Boston, Mass. Member of Ancient and Honorable 
Artillery Company 1640 ; Capt. of Boston Militia. 

2 to 6. same as descent from John Leonard (No. 28). 

7. Capt. Joseph Field, 1658-1736. Joanna Wyatt -1722. 

8. Zechariah Field -1666. Mary Stanley, ......... 

9. Capt. Christopher Stanley, 1603-1646. Susanna 1604-. 

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33- Seventh in descent from Zechariah Field of Hat- 
field, Mass. Served under Major John Mason in Pequot 
War 1637. 

For line of descent see Ca.pt. Christopher Stanley (No. 32). 

34. Sixth in descent from Capt. Joseph Field of Hat- 
field and Deerfield, Mass. Capt. at Hatfield and Deer- 
field in the Indian Wars. 

2 to 6, same as descent from John Leonard (No. 28). 

7. Capt. Joseph Field, 1658-1736. Joanna Wyatt -1722. 

35. Seventh in descent from Elder William Goodwin 
of Hartford, Conn., and Cambridge, Mass. Deputy from 
Cambridge 1634; an earl)' settler of Hartford, and a 
man of great influence both in church and State ; Ruling 
Elder of Hartford Church 1636. 

2 to 5. Same as descent from Capt. Daniel White. 

6. Lieut. Daniel White, 1639-1713. Sarah Crow, 1647-1719. 

7. John Crow, 1606-1686. Elizabeth Goodwin - 

8. Elder William Goodwin, 1598-1673. Susannah -1676. 

36. Sixth in descent from Major John Mason of 
Conn. An account of his life and public services will 
be found later in this volume. 

2 to 5. Same as descent from Capt. Daniel White. 

S. John Bissell, Jr., -1693. Isabel Mason 

7. Major John Mason, 1598-1671. Annie Peck, 1619- 

37. Eighth in descent from George Hubbard of Weth- 
ersfield, Conn. Deputy from Wethersfield at First Gen- 
eral Court of Conn. 1639, also member of Assembly 1666- 
7, after union of Hartford and New Haven Colonies. 

2, 3 and 4. Same as descent from Rev. Samuel Stone (No. 20). 

5. Giles Hubbard, 1742-1824. Edith Field, 1747-1832. 

6. Isaac Hubbard, Jr., 1695-1763. Christian Gunn, 1702-1744. 

7. Deacon Isaac Hubbard, 1667-1750. Anna Warner -1744. 

8. John Hubbard - Mary Merriam - 

9. George Hubbard -1663. Mary Bishop -1675. 

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WHITE, WILLIAM GARDNER. ( Soc. No. 39) . 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born September 30th, 1854, in South Hadley, Mass. 
Married Carolyn Elizabeth Hall May 22nd, 1878. 

2. William White, 1829-1892. Amanda Preston, 1830-..,. 

3. Cyrus White, 1794-1876. Rebecca White, 1805-1843. 

4. Eldad White, 1768-1823. Hannah Day, 1769-1851. 

5. Dea. Joslah White, 1729-1809. Mary Smith, 1733-1818. 

6. Dea. Joseph White, 1687-1770. Abigail Craft, 1688-1770. 

7. Dea. Nathaniel White, 1652-1742. Elizabeth Savage, 1655-1742. 

8. Capt. Nathaniel White, 1629-1711. Elizabeth , 1625-1690. 

Seventh in descent from Capt. Nathaniel White of 
Middletown, Haddam and Meriden, Conn. Ensign of 
Middletown Train Band 1664; Lieut. 1677; Capt. 1699; 
Commissioner for Middletown, Haddam and Meriden 
1669 and many years thereafter; Deputy 114 different 
times between 1659 an d l 7 10 > serving fifty-one years con- 
tinuously between 1661 and 1710. 



SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

I. Eighth in descent from Elder John White of Cam- 
bridge and Hadley, Mass., and Hartford, Conn. One of 
the original proprietors of Hartford and Hadley, and 
prominent in the affairs of both towns; Deputy from 
Hadley 1664 and 1669. 

1 to 8, same as descent from Capt. Nathaniel White. 
». Elder John White, ....-1684. Mary , ......... 



2. Sixth in descent from Deacon Nathaniel Whits 
of Hadley, Mass. Served in Third Indian War and took 
part in fight in Deerfield Meadow February 29th, 1704. 

For line of descent see Capt. Nathaniel White. 



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3. Fifth in descent from Deacon Joseph White of 
Hadley, Mass. Served in Regiment commanded by Col. 
Benjamin Goldthwait, which was sent to reinforce the 
Colonial forces at Lake George 1756. 

For line of descent see Capt. Nathaniel White. 

4. Fourth in descent from Deacon Josiah White of 
South Hadley, Mass. Served as a member of the South 
Hadley Company commanded by Capt. Samuel Smith, 
which marched to the relief of Fort William Henry 1757. 

For line of descent see Capt. Nathaniel White. 

5. Fifth in descent from Capt. Samuel Smith of South 
Hadley, Mass. Capt. of the South Hadley Company, 
which marched to the relief of Fort William Henry 1757. 

a to 6, same as descent from Capt. Nathaniel WMte. 

6. Capt. Samuel Smith, 1699-1763. Dydia Smith, 1699-1786. 

6. Eighth in descent from Lieut. Griffin Craft of Rox- 
bury, Mass. First white settler in Roxbury; Lieut, of 
the Roxbury Company from 1653 to 1676; Deputy from 
Roxbury 1638 and 1653 and many times later. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Capt. Nathaniel White. 

7. Thomas Craft -1692. Abigail Dickinson -1714. 

8. John Craft, 1630-1685. Rebecca Wheelock -1667. 

». Lieut. Griffin Craft, 1609-1689. Alice -.... 



7. Seventh in descent from John Craft of Roxbury, 
Mass. Member of Ancient and Honorable Artillery 
Company 1668. 

a to 6, same as descent from Capt. Nathaniel White. 

7. Thomas Craft -1692. Abigail Dickinson -1714. 

8. John Craft, 1630-1685. Rebecca Wheelock -1667. 

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8. Seventh in descent from Ensign John Dickinson of 
Hadley, Mass. Ensign of Capt. William Turner's Com- 
pany in King Philip's War and killed at Fall's Fight May 
19th, 1676. 

i to 6, same as descent from Capt. Nathaniel White. 

7. Thomas Craft -1692. Abigail Dickinson -1714. 

8. Ensign John Dickinson -1676. Prances Foote - — 



9. Eighth in descent from Ralph Wheelock of Med- 
field, Mass. Deputy from Medfield 1653-64-66-67. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Capt. Nathaniel White. 

7. Thomas Craft -1692. Abigail Dickinson, ....-1714. 

8. John Craft, 1630-1685. Rebecca Wheelock -1667. 

9. Ralph Wheelock, ....-1663. Rebecca -1680. 

io. Ninth in descent from Nathaniel Foote, Sr., of 
Wethersfield, Conn. Deputy from Wethersfield 1641. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Capt. Nathaniel White. 
8. Ezra Day, 1743-1823. 

6. Abraham Day, 1711-1791. Irene Foote, 1722-1809. 

7. Ephraim Foote, 1685-1765. Sarah Chamberlin, 1693-1777. 

8. Quartermaster Nathaniel Foote, 1647-1703. Margaret Bliss, 

1650-1745. 

9. Nathaniel Foote Jr., 1620-1655. Elizabeth Smith, 1627-.... 

10. Nathaniel Foote Sr., 1593-1644. Elizabeth Deming, 1595-1683. 

ii. Seventh in descent from Quartermaster Nathaniel 
Foote of Wethersfield, Conn. Quartermaster in Capt. 
William Turner's Company during King Philip's War 
and took part in the Fall's Fight May 19th, 1676. 

For line of descent see Nathaniel Foote Sr., (No. 10). 

12. Seventh in descent from Joseph Chamberlin of 
Hadley, Mass., and Colchester, Conn. Member of Capt. 
William Turner's Company in King Philip's War and 
took part in the Fall's Fight May 19th, 1676; was in 
garrison at Westfield, Mass., August, 1676. 

1 to 7, same as descent from Nathaniel Foote Sr. (No. 10). 
8. Joseph Chamberlin, 1655-1752. Mercy Dickinson, 1668-1735. 

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13. Ninth in descent from Richard Butler of Hart- 
ford, Conn. Deputy from Hartford 1656-57-58-59. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Capt. Nathaniel White. 

5. Ezra Day, 1743-1823. 

6. Abraham Day, 1711-1791. Irene Foote, 1722-1809. 

7. John Day Jr., 1677-1752. Grace Spencer, 1677-1714. 

8. John Day, Sr -1730. Sarah Butler -.... 

9. Thomas Butler - Sarah Stone, ....- 

10. Richard Butler, ....-1684. 

14. Eighth in descent from Ensign Jared Spencer of 
Haddam, Conn. Ensign of Haddam Train Band 1675; 
Deputy from Haddam 1674-75-78-79-80-83. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Richard Butler, (No. IS). 

8. John Spencer -1682. Rebecca Howard, 1648- 

9. Ensign Jared Spencer -1683. Hannah - 



15. Ninth in descent from John Prescott of Lancaster, 
Mass. Founder of Lancaster; assisted in defending 
Lancaster when attacked by Indians upon several occa- 
sions during King Philip's War. 

2. William White, 1829-1892. Amanda Preston, 1830-.... 

3- Cyrus White, 1794-1873. Rebecca White, 1805-1843. 

4. Joel White, 1770-1837. Dorcas Nash, 1772-1837. 

5. Thomas White, Jr., 1740-1814. Elizabeth Morgan, 1745-1782. 

6. Thomas White, Sr., 1719-1806. Sarah Broughton, 1723-1784. 

7. Capt. John White, 1684-1725. Eunice Wilder, 1690-1778. 

8. Lieut. Nathaniel Wilder, 1630-1704. Mary Sawyer, 1653-.... 

9. Thomas Sawyer, 1616-1706. Mary Prescott, 1630- 

10. John Prescott, 1604-1681. Mary Platts -.... 

16. Eighth in descent from Thomas Sawyer of Row- 
ley and Lancaster, Mass. Assisted in defending Lan- 
caster when attacked by Indians, and after the "Lan- 
caster Massacre" his house, which had been fortified as 
a garrison, was used as a place of refuge. 

For line of descent see John Prescott (No. 15). 

17. Seventh in descent from Lieut. Nathaniel Wilder 
of Charlestown and Lancaster, Mass. Lieut, at Charles- 



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town and in command of garrison 1704; killed by In- 
dians July 31st, 1704. 

For line of descent see John Prescott (No. 15). 

- 18. Sixth in descent from Capt. John White of Lan- 
caster, Mass. Capt. in the French and Indian Wars and 
served in frequent expeditions ; known as the "Great 
Indian Fighter" of Lancaster; his widow received a 
grant of £100 in consideration of the good services of 
her husband and the great expense incurred by him. 

For line of descent see John Prescott (No. 15). 

19. Ninth in descent from Thomas White, Jr., of 
South Hadley, Mass. Member of South Hadley Com- 
pany commanded by Capt. Samuel Smith, which marched 
to the relief of Fort William Henry 1757. 

For line of descent see John Prescott (No. 15). 

20. Seventh in descent from Josiah White of Lancaster, 
Mass. Served in Major Williard's Company in King 
Philip's War 1675; served also under Capt. Henchman 
and Capt. Poole 1676. 

2 to 7, same as descent from John Prescott (No. 15). 
a Josiah White, 1643-1714. Mary Rice, 1656-1733. 

21. Ninth in descent from Edmund Rice of Sudbury 
and Marlboro, Mass. Commissioner for Sudbury 1641- 
46-48; Deputy from Sudbury 1640-43-52-53-54. 

2 to 7,same as descent from John Prescott (No. 14). 

8. Josiah White, 1643-1714. Mary Rice, 1656-1733. 

9. Thomas Rice -1681. Mary King, ......... 

10. Edmund Rice, 1594-1663. Tamazine -1654. 

22. Eighth in descent from Thomas Rice of Marl- 
boro, Mass. Assisted in defending Marlboro when at- 
tacked by Indians 1675. 

For line of descent see Edmund Rice (No. 21). 
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23. Eighth in descent from Sec. Edward Raivson of 
Newbury and Boston, Mass. Deputy from Newbury 
1638-39-42-44-46-48-49; Commissioner for Boston 1658; 
Officer to enforce English Naval Laws 1663 ; Secretary 
of Massachusetts Bay Colony 1650-86. 

2 to 6. same as descent from John Prescott (No. 15). 

7. Edward Broughton, 1673-1741. Martha Wheeler - 

8. Capt. George Broughton, -1691. Perne Rawson, 1646- 

9. Sec. Edward Rawson, 1615-1693. Rachel Perne -1677. 

24. Seveth in descent from Capt. George Broughton 
of Boston, Mass., and Kittery, Me. Member of Ancient 
and Honorable Artillery Company 1667; in command of 
a company sent from Boston to protect Dover 1675 ; 
Capt. of the Company at Kittery 1682. 

For line of descent see Sec. Edward Rawson (No. 23). 

25. Seventh in descent from Josiah Wheeler of Lan- 
caster, Mass. Assisted in defending Lancaster when at- 
tacked by Indians 1704. 

2 to 7, same as descent from John Prescott (No. 15). 
8. Josiah Wheeler, 1675-1738. Martha 1679-1748. 

26. Seventh in descent from Lieut. Thomas Stebbins 
of Springfield, Mass. Lieut, in Capt. William Turner's 
Company during King Philip's War and took part in the 
Fall's Fight May 19th, 1676; appointed by General Court 
with Pynchon, Marshfield, Burt and Parsons to manage 
affairs of Springfield. 

2 to 5, same as descent from John Prescott (No. 15). 

6. Joseph Morgan, 1702-1773. Mary Stebbins, 1713-1798. 

7. Benjamin Stebbins, 1658- Martha (Blackman) Ball, - 

8. Lieut. Thomas Stebbins, 1620-1683. Hannah Wright -1660. 

27. Eighth in descent from John Steele of Cambridge, 
Mass., and Farmington, Conn. Deputy from Cambridge 
1634-35 ; appointed by General Court 1636 with Ludlow, 

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Pynchon and others to administer the Government of the 
exodus to Connecticut; Deputy from Farmington 1637 
to 1657. 

2 to 5. same as descent from John Prescott (No. 15). 

6. Joseph Morgan, 1702-1773. Mary Stebbins, 1713-1798. 

7. Nathaniel Morgan, 1671-1752. Hannah Bird, 1675-1751. 

8. James Bird -1708 Lydia Steele -.... 

». John Steele, ....-1665. Bachel , ..-1653. 

28. Fifth in descent from Joseph Morgan of Spring- 
field, Mass. "Centinel" in Capt. Joseph Kellogg's Com- 
pany 1723-24. 

2 to 5, same as descent Irom John Prescott (No. 15). 
6. Joseph Morgan, 1702-1773. Mary Stebbins, 1713-1798. 

29. Seventh in descent from Capt. Miles Morgan of 
Springfield, Mass. At the sacking and burning of 
Springfield, 1675, the townsmen and their families took 
refuge in a block house and stockade built by Capt. Miles 
Morgan and of which he was in command. In 1879, 
210 years after his death, the citizens of Springfield 
placed in their beautiful Court Square a statue commem- 
orating him and his virtues. 

2 to 6, same as desecent from John Prescott (No. 15). 

6. Joseph Morgan, 1702-1773. Mary Stebbins, 1713-1798. 

7. Nathaniel Morgan, 1671-1752. Hannah Bird, 1675-1751. 

8. Capt. Miles Morgan, 1616-1669. Elizabeth Bliss -.... 



30. Tenth in descent from William V assail of Rox- 
bury and Scituate, Mass. An account of his life and 
public services will be found later in this volume. 

£ to 6, same as descent from John Prescott (No. 15). 

7. Edward Broughton, 1673-1741. Martha Wheeler,....- 

8. Josiah Wheeler, 1675-1738. Martha 1679-1748. 

9. Obadiah Wheeler, 1652-.... Elizabeth White, 1652-.... 

10. Resolved White, 1614-1690. Judith Vassal, 1619-1670. 

11. William Vassal, 1592-1655. Anna Kinge, 1593-1655. 

31. Ninth in descent from Resolved White of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. A Mayflower passenger, but too young 

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to sign the Compact ; member of Scituate Military Com- 
pany 1643. 

For line of descent see Willfam Vassall (No. 30). 

32. Eighth in descent from John Moore of Cam- 
bridge, Mass. Member of the Ancient and Honorable 
Artillery Company 1638. 

2. William White, 1829-1892. Amanda Preston, 1830-.... 

3. Cyrus White, 1794-1876. Rebecca White, 1805-1843. 

4. Joel White, 1770-1837. Dorcas Nash, 1772-1837. 

5. Elisha Nash, 1729-1814. Lois Frost -.... 

6. Samuel Frost - Elizabeth Rice, 1689-.... 

7. David Rice, 1659-1723. Hannah Walker, 1669-1704. 

8. Corp. Henry Rice, 1617-1710. Elizabeth Moore, ....-1705. 

9. John Moore -1674. 

33. Seventh in descent from Corporal Henry Rice of 
Sudbury, Mass. Corporal of Sudbury Military Company 
1676. 

For line of descent see John Moore (No. 32). 

34. Seventh in descent from Rev. Samuel Stone of 
Hartford, Conn. Served as Chaplain of the Hartford 
Company in Pequot War under Capt. John Mason, and 
received a grant of land for his services. 

2 to 5, same as descent from John Moore (No. 32). 

6. Ephraim Nash, 1682-1759. Joanna Smith, 1686-.... 

7. Lieut. Timothy Nash, 1626-1699. Rebecca Stone -1694. 

8. Rev. Samuel Stone, 1602-1662. 

35. Sixth in descent from Lieut. Timothy Nash of 
New Haven, Conn., and Hadley, Mass. Lieut, of Had- 
ley Company 1678; Deputy from Hadley 1690-91-95. 

For line of descent see Rev. Samuel Stone (No. 34). 

36. Fourth in descent from Elisha Nash of South 
Hadley, Mass. Lieut, of Hadley Company and of a 
commanded by Capt. Samuel Smith, which marched to 
the relief of Fort William Henry 1757. 

For line of descent see John Moore (No. 32). 

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37- Seventh in descent from Lieut. Philip Smith of 
Hadley, Mass. Lieut, of Hadley Company and of a 
Troop of Horse 1678; Lieut, of Hampshire Regiment 
same year; Deputy from Hadley 1677-80-81-82-83-84. 

2 to 5, same as descent from John Moore (No. 32). 

6. Ephraim Nash, 1682-1759. Joanna Smith, 16S8-.... 

7. John Smith, 1661-1727. Joanna Kellogg, 1664-.... 

8. Lieut. Philip Smith, 1633-1685. Rebecca Foote -1701. 

38. Seventh in descent from Lieut. Joseph Kellogg of 
Hadley, Mass. Sergt. of Capt. William Turner's Com- 
pany in King Philip's War, and took part in the Fall's 
Fight, May 19th, 1676; Lieut, of Hadley Military Com- 
pany 1662. 

2 to 5, same as descent from John Moore (No. 32). 
J. Ephraim Nash, 1682-1759. Joanna Smith, 1686- . .. . 

7. John Smith, 1661-1727. Joanna Kellogg, 1664-.... 

8. Lieut. Joseph Kellogg, 1627-1707. Joanna -1666. 

39. Eighth in descent from Lieut. Samuel Smith of 
Wethersfield, Conn., and Hadley, Mass. "Ancient Ser- 
geant" of Wethersfield Company; Lieut, in Major Gen- 
eral John Pynchon's Regiment from 1662 to 1678; Com- 
missioner to negotiate with Mohawks 1669; released 
from military duty by General Court in 1678 on account 
of advanced age; Deputy from Wethersfield many times 
between 1641 to 1656; Deputy from Hadley many times 
between 1661 and 1673 ; Commissioner for Hadley 1661- 
63; Associate Justice of Hampshire Court 1665. 

1 William White, 1829-1892. Amanda Preston, 1830-.... 

3. Gardner Preston, Jr., 1798-1876. Amanda Smith, 1805-1378. 

4. Gardner Preston, Sr., 1749-1834. Abigail Wait, ....-1836. 
B. Jonathan Preston, 1720-1792. Eunice Wait, 1722-.... 

t John Preston Jr., 1686-1728. Mary Smith -.... 

7. Capt. Luke Smith, 1666-.... Mary Crow, 1672-1761. 

&. Ensign Chlleab Smith, 1635-1731. Hannah Hitchcock -1732. 



». Lieut. Samuel Smith, ....-1680. Elizabeth 
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40. Seventh in descent from Ensign Chileab Smith of 
Hadley, Mass. Ensign of Hadley Military Company 
from 1692 until 1731. 

For line of descent see Lieut. Samuel Smith (No. 39). 

41. Sixth in descent from Capt. Luke Smith of Had- 
ley, Mass. Capt. of Hadley Military Company; Deputy 
from Hadley and South Hadley 1721-23-27-35. 

For line of descent see Lieut. Samuel Smith (No. 39). 

42. Sixth in descent from John Preston, Sr., of Had- 
ley, Mass. Served under Capt. Lathrop in King Philip's 
War and took part in the fight at Bloody Brook Septem- 
ber 18th, 1675; served under Capt. Joseph Gardiner in 
Narragansett Campaign and took part in the Great 
Swamp Fight, December 19th, 1675 ; served under Capt. 
William Turner and took part in the Fall's Fight May 
19th, 1676. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Lieut. Samuel Smith (No. 39). 
7. John Preston, Sr., - Sarah Gardner - 



43. Ninth in descent from William Lewis, Sr., of 
Hartford, Conn., and Hadley and Northampton, Mass. 
Served as a trooper under command of Major General 
John Pynchon; Deputy from Hadley 1662-63; Deputy 
from Northampton 1664. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Lieut. Samuel Smith (No. 39). 

8. Samuel Crow, -1676. Hannah Lewis - 

9. Capt. Wlliam Lewis -1690. Mary Hopkins, ......... 

10. William Lewis, Sr -1683. Felix , ...-1671. 

44. Eighth in descent from Capt. William Lewis of 
Farmington, Conn. Sergt. of Farmington Military Com- 
pany 1649; Lieut. 1 65 1 ; Capt. 1674; Commissioner for 
Farmington 1689 ; Deputy from Farmington many times 
between 1680 and 1689. 

For line of descent see William Lewis Sr. (No. 43). 

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45- Seventh in descent from Samuel Crow of Hadley, 
Mass. Served under Capt. William Turner in King 
Philip's War and was killed at the Fall's Fight May 
19th, 1676. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Lieut. Samuel Smith (No. 39). 
8. Samuel Crow, ..-1876. Hannah Lewis - 

46. Ninth in descent from Henry Burt of Springfield, 
Mass. Member of First Military Company at Spring- 
field, and Clerk of the Company 1657. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Lieut. Samuel Smith (No. 39). 

5. Corporal Martin Walt, 1733- Jerusha Alvord, 1741- 

6. Centinel Benjamin Wait, 1704-1778. Abigail Sikes, 1703-.... 

7. Nathaniel Sikes, 1673-.... Elizabeth Ball, 1677-.... 

8. Samuel Ball, - Mary Graves - 

9. Francis Ball, ....-1648. Abigail Burt -.... 

10. Henry Burt, - Eulalia - 

47- Seventh in descent from Samuel Ball of Spring- 
field, Mass. Served in King Philip's War under Capt. 
William Turner and took part in the Fall's Fight May 
19th, 1676. 

For line of descent see Henry Burt (No. 46). 

48. Fifth in descent from Centinel Benjamin Wait of 
Springfield, Mass. Centinel in Capt. Samuel Bernard's 
Company 1722. 

For line of descent see Henry Burt (No. 48). 

49. Fourth in descent from Corporal Martin Wait of 
South Hadley, Mass. Corporal in South Hadley Com- 
pany in expedition against Crown Point; served in ex- 
pedition against Canada in Regiment commanded by Col. 
Israel Williams 1754. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent lrom Lieut. Samuel Smith (No. 39). 
B. Corporal Martin Walt, 1733-.... Jerusha Alvord, 1741-.... 

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50. Eighth in descent from Ensign John Graves of 
Guilford, Conn., and Hatfield, Mass. Ensign of Guilford 
Company 1667; killed by Indians in the assault on Hat- 
field September 19th, 1677. 

2 to 8. same as descent from Henry Burt (No. 46). 

9. Ensign John Graves -1677. Mary Smith, 1630-1668. 

51. Ninth in descent from Elder William Goodwin of 
Cambridge, Mass., and Hartford, Conn. Deputy from 
Cambridge 1634; an early settler of Hartford and a man 
of great influence both in church and state ; Ruling Elder 
of Hartford Church 1636. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Lieut. Samuel Smith (No. 39). 

8. Samuel Crow, -1676. Hannah Lewis - 

9. John Crow -1686. Elizabeth Goodwin, - 

10. Elder William Goodwin -1673. Susanna , ......... 

52. Ninth in descent from William Hopkins of Strat- 
ford, Conn. Commissioner for Stratford 1640; Gov- 
ernor's Assistant 1642. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Lieut. Samuel Smith (No. 39). 

8. Samuel Crow -1676. Hannah Lewis - — 

9. Capt. William Lewis, ....-1690. Mary Hopkins - 

10. William Hopkins, ......... 

53. Ninth in descent from John Plumb of Dorchester, 
Mass., and Wethersfield, Conn. Served in Pequot War 
under Capt. John Mason 1637; Deputy from Wethers- 
field 1641-42-43. 

t, 3 and 4, same as descent from Lieut. Samuel Smith (No. 39). 

6. Corporal Martin Wait, 1733-.... Jerusha Alvord, 1741-.... 
t. John Alvord Jr., 17U-1758. Abigail White, 1703-1757. 

7. John Alvord, Sr., 1685-1757. Dorcas Lyman, 1688-1770. 

8. Lieut. John Lyman, 1660-1740. Mindwell (Sheldon) Pomeroy 

1666-1735. 

9. Capt. John Lyman, 1623-1690. Dorcas Plumb -1725. 

10. John Plumb, 1594-1648. 

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54. Eighth in descent from Capt. John Lyman of 
Northampton, Mass. Lieut, of Capt. William Turner's 
Company in King Philip's War and took command of 
the company at the Fall's Fight May 19th, 1676, after 
the death of Capt. Turner. 

For line of descent see John Plumb (No. 63). 

55. Seventh in descent from Lieut. John Lyman, Jr., 
of Northampton, Mass. Ensign of Northampton Mili- 
tary Company in 1682; Lieut, later; served in King 
William's War as a member of Northampton Company 
1696. 

For line of descent see John Plumb (No. 53). 

56. Ninth in descent from Richard Vore of Windsor, 
Conn. Member of Windsor Military Company for many 
years, and freed from further military duty by General 
Court, May 17th, 1660, on account of his advanced age. 

2 to 7, same as descent from John Plumb (No. 53). 
8. Thomas Alvord, 1653- Joanna Taylor, 1665-....' 



9. Alexander Alvord, 1620-1683. Mary Vore -.... 

10. Richard Vore, -.... 

57- Seventh in descent from Thomas Alvord of North- 
ampton, Mass. Member of Capt. William Turner's Com- 
pany in King Philip's War and took part in the Fall's 
Fight May 19th, 1676. 

1 to 7, same as descent from John Plumb (No. 58). 
8. Thomas Alvord, 1653-.... Joanna Taylor, 1635-.... 

58. Eighth in descent from Capt. John Taylor of 
Northampton, Mass. Capt. of Northampton troop for 
many years, and killed by Indians May 13th, 1704. 

2 to 7, same as descent from John Plumb (No. 53). 
8. Thomas Alvord, 1653-.... Joanna Taylor, 1665-.... 

8. Capt. John Taylor -3704. Thankful Woodward 

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59- Eighth in descent from Robert Bartlett of Hart- 
ford, Conn., and Northampton, Mass. One of the orig- 
inal proprietors of Hartford; served in King Philip's 
War, and killed by Indians in assault upon Northampton 
March 14th, 1676. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Lieut. Samuel Smith (No. 39). 

6. William Walt Jr., 1682-.... Elizabeth Stebbins, 1685-.... 

7. Thomas Stebbins, 1662-1712. Elizabeth Wright, 1666-.... 

8. John Stebbins, 1626-1679. Abigail Bartlett, ....-1689. 

9. Robert Bartlett, -1678. 

60. Seventh in descent from Sergt. Samuel Wright, 
Jr., of Northampton, Mass. Served in King Philip's 
War, and was killed by Indians at Northfield September 
2nd, 1675. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Lieut. Samuel Smith (No. 39). 

6. William Wait, Jr., 1682-.... Elizabeth Stebbins, 1685-.... 

7. Thomas Stebbins, 1662-1713. Elizabeth Wright. 1666-.... 

8. Sergt. Samuel Wright, Jr., 1630-1676. Elizabeth Burt, 1630-1691. 

61. Ninth in descent from Richard Treat of Wethers- 
field, Conn. Member of Governor Winthrop's Council 
1663-64-65; Deputy from Wethersfield 1637 to ^64; 
Assistant from 1657 to 1665 ; named as one of the pat- 
entees in Conn. Royal Charter 1662. 

i. William White, 1829-1892. Amanda Preston, 1830- 

8. Gardner Preston, Jr., 1798-1876. Amanda Smith, 1805-1878. 

4. Samuel Smith, 1775-1869. Mehitable Burnett. 1777-1&!8. 

6. Jonathan Burnett, - Mehitable Dickinson, 1747-.... 

8. Nehemlah Dickinson 3rd, 1702-1776. Mary Moody -1787. 

7. Ebenezer Moody, 1675-1757. 

8. Samuel Moody -1689. Sarah Deming -1717. 

9. John Deming, 1615-1705. Honor Treat, 1616-.... 
10. Richard Treat, 1584-1669. Alice Gaylord, 1594-.... 

62. Eighth in descent from John Deming of Wethers- 
field, Conn. Deputy from Wethersfield 1656-57-58-60-62 ; 
named as one of the patentees in Conn. Royal Charter 

1662. 

For line of descent see Richard Treat (No. 81). 

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63. Fifth in descent from Nehemiah Dickinson 3rd of 
Hadley, Mass. Served under Capt. Charles Stevens in 
Fifth Indian War, and was one of the company described 
in Hoyt's History of the Indian Wars as the "brave little 
Garrison who so courageously defended the fort at 
Charlestown, N. H., in April, 1747." 

For line of descent see Richard Treat (No. Gl). 

64. Eighth in descent from Nathaniel Dickinson of 
Wethersfield, Conn., and Hadley, Mass. Deputy from 
Wethersfield 1646 to 1656; member of Hampshire Guard 
under Capt. John Pynchon 1663. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Richard Treat ((No. 61). 

7. Nehemiah Dickinson, 2nd, 1675-1715. Mehitable Church, 1672- 

1748. 

8. Nehemiah Dickinson 1st, 1644-1723. Mary Cowles - 

9. Nathaniel Dickinson, -1676. Anne , - 

65. Seventh in descent from Nehemiah Dickinson 1st 
of Hadley, Mass. Served under Capt. William Turner 
in King Philip's War and took part in the Fall's Fight 
May 19th, 1676. 

For line of descent see Nathaniel Dickinson (No. 64). 

66. Eighth in descent from John Cowles of Farming- 
ton, Conn. Deputy from Farmington 1653-54. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Nathaniel Dickinson, (No. 64). 
9. John Cowles -1675. Hannah 1613-1683. 

67. Eighth in descent from Richard Church of Hart- 
ford, Conn. Member of Hartford Train Band 1654-55. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Richard Treat (No. 61). 

7. Nehemiah Dickinson 2nd, 1675-1715. Mehitable Church 1672- 

1748. 

8. Samuel Church, 1634-.... Mary Churchill, 1639-.... 

9. Richard Church, ....-1667. Anne , -1689. 

68. Ninth in descent from Governor John Webster of 
Hartford, Conn., and Hadley, Mass. One of the original 

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proprietors of Hartford ; Deputy from Hartford 1637-38 ; 
Magistrate continuously from 1639 to 1654; First 
Magistrate 1657-58-59 ; Deputy Governor of Connecticut 
1655 ; Governor 1656 ; Magistrate at Hadley 1660. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Richard Treat (No. 61). 

5. Nathan Smith, 1731-1811. Eunice Smith, 1735-1822. 

6. John Smith, 1699-1774. Mary Dickinson, 1704-1781. 

7. William Dickinson, 1675-1742. Mary Marsh, 1683-.... 

8. Iieut. Jonathan Marsh, 1650-1730. Dorcas ) -1723. 

9. John Marsh -1688. Anne Webster -1682. 

10. Gov. John Webster, 1590-1661. Agnes , ......... 

69. Seventh in descent from Lieut. Jonathan Marsh of 
Hartford, Conn., and Hadley, Mass. Deputy from Had- 
ley 1701 ; Lieut, of Hadley Company from 1682 to 1715. 

For line of descent see Gov. John Webster (No. 68). 

70. Eighth in descent from Matthew Marvin of Nor- 
walk, Conn. Deputy from Norvvalk 1654. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Richard Treat (No. 61). 

5. Nathan Smith, 1731-1811. Eunice Smith, 1735-1822. 

6. John Smith, 1699-1774. Mary Dickinson, 1704-1781. 

7. Ebenezer Smith, 1668—1716. Abigail Broughton, 1670-.... 

8. John Boughton, 1615-1705. Abigail Marvin, 1640-1672. 

9. Matthew Marvin, 1600-1680. Elizabeth -.... 



71. Seventh in descent from John Boughton of Hart- 
ford and Norwalk, Conn. Deputy from Norwalk 1669- 
71, and from 1673 to 1677. 

For line of descent see Matthew Marvin (No. 70). 

72. Ninth in descent from Deacon Samuel Chapin of 
Springfield, Mass. Appointed with Pynchon and Hol- 
yoke to govern Springfield ; assisted in defending Spring- 
field when attacked by Indians during King Philip's War, 
for which service he received a grant of 200 acres of land. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Nathaniel Foote, Sr. (No. 10). 

9. Nathaniel Bliss - Catherine Chapin, ....-,,.. 

10. Deacon Samuel Chapin 1675. Cicely , ....-1682. 



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WHITNEY, FRANK IRVING. (Soc. No. 95). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born Sept. 5th, 1850, in Milltown, Maine. 
Married Maria Louise Gilbert Dec. 3d, 1874. 

2. Madison Whitney, 1813-1856. Joanna Carpenter, 1821-1859. 

3. Dr. Alfred Carpenter, 1785-1829. Joan Jones, 1798-.... 

4. Samuel Jones, Jr., 1773-1860. Joanna Leseur, 1777-1856. 

5. Samuel Jones, Sr., 1748-1824. Mary Richards, 1753-1815. 

«. Dr. Benjamin Richards, 1714-1755. Abigail Thayer, 1713-1765. 

7. Ephraim Thayer, 1669-1757. Sarah Bass, 1672-1751. 

8. John Bass, 1633-1716. Ruth Alden -1674. 

9. John Alden, 1599-1687. Prisoilla Mullins, 1602-1688. 

Eighth in descent from John Alden of Plymouth, Mass. 
A Mayflower passenger and the 7th signer of the Com- 
pact; member of Capt. Miles Standish Co. 1643; Assist- 
ant 1632 to 1640 and from 1650 to 1687; Deputy 1640 to 
1650; member of Council of War 1646-53-58-67; Treas- 
urer 1656-57-58; Deputy Governor 1664-65-67. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Eighth in descent from Samuel Bass of Braintree, 
Mass. Deputy from Braintree many times between 1641 
and 1664. 

2 to 8, same as descent from John Alden. 

9. Samuel Bass, 1600-1694. Ann 1600-1693. 

2. Eighth in descent from William Carpenter of Wey- 
mouth, Mass. Deputy from Weymouth 1641-43. 

2 and 3, same as descent from John Alden. 

4. Benjamin Carpenter, 4th, 1760-1838. Ruth Howard, 1763-1832. 

6. Benjamin Carpenter 3rd, 1729- Joanna Howard - 

6. Benjamin Carpenter 2nd, 1680- Mary Barney - 

7. Benjamin Carpenter 1st, 1658- Renew Weeks, 1660-1703. 

8. Joseph Carpenter, 1633-1675. Margaret Sutton -1700. 

9. William Carpenter, 1605-1659. Abigail -1687. 



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WHITNEY, HARRY EDWARD. (Soc. No. 12). 
Faribault, Minn. 

Born September 4th, 1851, in Fort Covington, N. Y. 
Unmarried. 



2. Charles Marsh Whitney, 1828-.... Delia Minerva Safford, 

1831-.... 

3. Edward Winslow Whitney, 1801-1848. Lavlnia Bruce Bemis, 

1798-1854. 

4. Samuel Winslow Whitney, 1769-1852. 

5. Dr. Ephraim Whitney, 1728-1801. Marcy Winslow, 1741- 

6. Jonas Whitney, 1699-1770. Margaret Stratton, - 

7. Moses Whitney, 1655-1710. Sarah Knight -1755. 



Sixth in descent from Moses Whitney of Watertown, 
Mass. Served under Capt. Hugh Mason in King Philip's 
War 1676. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Eighth in descent from Thomas Clapp of Scitnate, 
Mass. Deputy from Scituate 1646. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Moses Whitney. 

6. Kenelm Winslow, 1713-1777. Elizabeth Clapp, 1714-.... 

7. John Clapp, 1676-.... 

8. Increase Clapp, 1640-.... Elizabeth Bursley, 1649-.... 

9. Thomas Clapp, 1597-1684. Abigail -.... 

2. Seventh in descent from Increase Clapp of Barns- 
table, Mass. Served in King Philips War and received a 
grant of land for his service. 

For line of descent see Thomas Clapp (No. 1). 

3. Eighth in descent from John Bursley of Barnstable, 
Mass. Member of the Barnstable Military Company 
1643. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Thomas Clapp (No. 1). 
9. John Bursley -1660. Johanna Hull, — - — 

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4- Eighth in descent from Kenelm Winslow, Sr., of 
Marshfield Mass. Member of the Marshfield Military 
Co. 1643; Deputy from Marshfield 1642-43-52-53. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Moses Whitney. 

6. Kenelm Winslow, 1713-1777. Elizabeth Clapp, 1714- 

7. Samuel Winslow, 1674-.... Mercy King, 1678-1733. 

8. Kenelm Winslow, Jr., 1635-1715. Mercy Worden, 1641-1688. 

9. Kenelm Winslow, Sr., 1599-1672. Elinor Adams, ....-1681. 

5. Eighth in descent from Peter Worden, Jr., of Yar- 
mouth, Mass. Member of Yarmouth Military Co. 1643. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Kenelm Winslow, Sr. (No. 4). 
9. Peter Worden, Jr.. 1609-1681. Mary -1687. 

6. Eighth in descent iromThomas King, Sr., of Scit- 
uate, Mass. Member of the Scituate Military Co. 1643. 

2 to 5. same as descent from Moses Whitney. 

6. Kenelm Winslow, 1713-1777. Elizabeth Clapp, 1714- . . . . 

7. Samuel Winslow, 1674-.... Mercy King, 1678-1733. 

8. Thomas King, Jr., 1645-.... Elizabeth Clapp -.... 

9. Thomas King, Sr., ......... Sarah -1652. 

J. Eighth in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley 
of Mass. An account of his life and public services will 
be found later in this volume. 

2. Charles Marsh Whitney, 1828- Delia Minerva Safford, 

1831-.... 

3. Edward Winslow Whitney, 1801-1848. Lavinia Bruce Bemis, 

1798-1854. 

4. Elias Bemis, 1767-1806. Experience Hendrick, ......... 

5. David Bemis, 1729-1813. Mary Dunster, 1733-.... 
«. David Dunster, 1706-1758. Mary Russell, 1702-1772. 

7. Jonathan Dunster, 1653-1726. Deborah Wade, 1667- 

8. Major Jonathan Wade, 1637-1689. Deborah Dudley, 1645-1683. 
». Governor Thomas Dudley, 1576-1653. Catherine Hackburn, 



8. Eighth in descent from Jonathan Wade, Sr., of 
Ipswich, Mass. Deputy from Ipswich 1681-82. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Dudley (No. 7). 

9. Jonathan Wade, Br -1683. 

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Q. Seventh in descent from Major Jonathan Wade of 
Ipswich, Mass. Capt. of the "Three Counties Troop of 
Horse" in King Philip's War. 

For line of descent see Governor Thomas Dudley (No. 7). 

10. Sixth in descent from Jonathan Dunster of Camb- 
ridge, Mass. Served as a soldier in King Philip's War. 

For line of descent see Governor Thomas Dudley (No. 7). 

ii. Eighth in descent from Lieut. Edward Winship of 
Cambridge, Mass. Member of Ancient and Honorable 
Artillery Co. 1638; Ensign of Cambridge Military Co. 
1647; Lieut. 1660; Deputy from Cambridge 1663-64 and 
from 1 68 1 to 1686. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Dudley (No. 7). 

7. Hubbard Russell, 1687- Elizabeth Dickson, 1698-.... 

8. John Dickson, 1656- Margaret Winship, 1664- 

9. Lieut. Edward Winship, 1613-1688. Jane Wilkinson -.... 



12. Sixth in descent from Joseph Bemis, Jr., of West- 
minster, Mass. Member of Capt. James Oliver's Co. in 
King Philip's War. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Dudley (No. 7). 

6. Philip Bemis, 1700- Elizabeth Lawrence - 

7. Joseph Bemis, Jr., 1651-1684. Ann , -.... 

13. Seventh in descent from Henry Dunster of Cam- 
bridge, Mass. Member of Ancient and Honorable Artil- 
lery Company 1640; President of Harvard College from 
1640 to 1654. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Dudley (No. 7.) 

8. Henry Dunster, 1610-1659. Elizabeth -1690. 



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WICKWIRE, ARTHUR MANLEY. (Soc. No. 123). 
St. Paul„ Minnesota. 

Born March 19th, 1867, in Sheffield, Mass. 
Married Louise Edna Dutcher Nov. 18th, 1896. 

2. Manley Horatio Wickwire, 1834-.... Pauline Abigail Barthol- 
omew, 1835-1882. 

J. Alvin B. Wickwire, 1796-1887. Sarah Miranda Humiston, 1795- 
1866. 

i. James Wickwire, 1759-1822. Sarah Barnes, 1759-1848. 

6. James Wickwire, 1725-1801. Mary Grant, 1731-1819. 
«. Christopher Wickwire, 1679-1746. 

7. John Wickwire, ....-1712. Mary Tonge, 1656-. . . . 

Sixth in descent from John Wickwire of New London, 
Conn. Served as a soldier in the Great Swamp Fight 
December 19th, 1675 and received a grant of land for his 



SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Eighth in descent from Rev. John Lothrop of 
Barnstable, Mass. He graduated at Cambridge, England, 
in 1609, and became curate of the parish church at Eger- 
ton in 161 1 ; in 1623 he renounced his orders and assisted 
in founding the First Independent Church of London, of 
which he was pastor till 1632, when he was arrested and 
thrown into prison at Newgate, with 41 members of his 
church; after languishing there for two years, during 
which time his wife died and his children were on the 
verge of starvation, he was liberated, and at once came to 
America, where he arrived in 1634, in the ship Griffin, 
with a large part of his flock ; he settled at Scituate, where 
he was chosen pastor; in 1639 he removed with many of 
his congregation to Barnstable where he continued his 

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clerical labors till his death, Nov. 8, 1653; ' n l( H3 he was 
a member of the Barnstable company, commanded by 
Lieut. Thomas Dimmock. 

2 and 3, same as descent from John Wic'iiwire. 

4. Bennett Humlaton, 1766- Elizabeth Royce Benham, 1763- 

5. Benjamin Benham, 1733-.... Sarah Hall, 1732-1821. 

6. John Hall, 1681-1766. Elizabeth Royce, 1689-1755. 

7. Ensign Nathaniel Royce, 1639-1736. Sarah Lothrop, 1655-1706. 

8. Judge Samuel Lothrop- 1699. Elizabeth Scudder - 

9. Rev. John Lothrop, 1584-1653. 

2. Seventh in descent from Judge Samuel Lothrop of 
Barnstable, Mass. Member of Barnstable Co. command- 
ed by Lieut. Thomas Dimmock 1643 > Magistrate in Conn. 
1647 ; Assisted in relief of Uncas 1657 ; Served in King 
Philip's War 1675 and received a grant of land for his 
services. 

For line of descent see Rev. John Lothrop (No. 1). 

3. Sixth in descent from Ensign Nathaniel Royce of 
Wallingford, Conn. Deputy from Wallingford 1693-94- 
99-1702-04. 

For line of descent see Rev. John Lothrop (No. 1). 

4. Seventh in descent from Deputy Governor James 
Bishop of New Haven, Conn. Secretary of New Haven 
Colony 1661 to 1665 ; Commissioner New Haven 1665 ; 
Deputy to Conn. General Court 1665 to 1668; Clerk 
County Court at New Haven 1666; Auditor of Treas- 
urer's accounts 1666-70-75; Assistant 1668 to 1682; Dep- 
uty Governor 1683-1691. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Rev. John Lothrop (No. 1). 

5. Joy Humlston, 1735- Hannah Granniss, 1739- 

t. Thomas Humlston, 1699- Mary Bishop, 1698- 

7. James Bishop, 1671-1738. Abigail Bennett, ......... 

8. Deputy Gov. James Bishop, -1691. Elizabeth Tompkins, 

....-1708. 

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5. Sixth in descent from Capt. John Granniss of New 
Haven, Conn. Lieut. New Haven Militia 1718; Capt. 
1733- 

2 to 5, same as descent from Dep. Gov. James Bishop (No. 4). 

6. James Granniss, 1717- Mabel Potter, 1720- — 

7. Capt. John Granniss - Mary Sanford (widow), — - — 



6. Eighth in descent from Capt. Nathaniel Merriman 
of New Haven and Wallingford, Conn. Sergt. of New 
Haven Military Co. 1665 ; Lieut. 1672 ; Capt. of Dra- 
goons 1677; Deputy from Wallingford many times be- 
tween 1674 and 1685 ; commissioner for Wallingford 
1678 ; served in Pequot War and King Philip's War. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Rev. John Lothrop (No. 1). 

5. Benjamin Benham, 1733-.... Sarah Hall, 1732-1821. 

6. Sergt. Joseph Benham, 1685-1754. Mary Curtis, 1706- 

7. Joseph Benham, 1659- Hannah Ives - 

8. John Ives, - Hannah Merriman, - 

9. Capt. Nathaniel Merriman - 

7. Seventh in descent from Deacon Henry Farnham 
of Boston, Mass., and Killingworth, Conn. Member of 
Ancient & Honorable Artillery Co. 1644-45 : Deputy from 
Killingworth 1670. 

2, 3, 4, same as descent from John Wickwlre. 

5. Sergt. Enos Barnes, 1723-1798. Abigail Luddlngton, 17*8-1768. 

6. Thomas Barnes, — -1726. Joanna Farnham, 1687, - 

7. Sergt. Peter Farnham, ....-1704. Hannah Wilcoxson, 1665-.... 

8. Deacon Henry Farnham -1700. Joanna Rutty -1689. 

8. Eighth in descent from Elder John White of Hart- 
ford, Conn. Townsman at Cambridge, Mass., 1635 ; 
original proprietor of Hartford, Conn., 1636; Selectman 
1642, 1646, 1651, 1656; one of the founders of Hadley, 
Mass., in 1659 ; Selectman 1662, 1663, 1665 ; Deputy to 

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General Court of Mass. 1664, 1669; returned 1670 to 
Hartford and was elder of the South Church. 

2. Manley Horatio Wickwire, 1834-.... Pauline Abigail Barthol- 
omew, 1835-1882. 
S. Andrew Bartholomew, 1802-1879. Abigail Savage, 1803-1875. 

4. Asahel Savage, 1769-1850. Abigail Deining, 1766-1807. 

5. Lieut. Elisha Savage, 1728-1807. Thankful Johnson, 1735-1806. 

6. Capt. Thomas Johnson, 1689-1761. Susannah White, 1694-1786. 

7. Ensign Daniel White, 1661-1739. Susannah Mould, 1663-1754. 

8. Capt. Nathaniel White, 1629-1711. Elizabeth 1625-1690. 

». Elder John White -1683. Mary Levit -.... 

9. Seventh in descent from Capt. Nathaniel White of 
Middletown, Conn. Ensign 1664; Lieut. 1677; Capt. 
1690-99; Deputy from Middletown 114 Sessions betweai 
1659 an d 1710; Magistrate 1669 et seq. 

For line of descent see Elder John White (No. 8). 

10. Fifth in descent from Capt. Thomas Johnson of 
Middletown, Conn. Capt. of Middletown Co. 1738; Dep- 
uty from Middletown 1739-44; Justice for County of 
Hartford 1744- 1750. 

For line of descent see Elder John White (No. 8). 

11. Fourth in descent from Lieut. Elisha Savage of 
Middletown, Conn. Ensign Middletown Co. 1767 ; Lieut. 
1775 ; Served later as Lieut, in Revolutionary War. 

For line of descent see Elder John White (No. 8). 

12. Sixth in descent from Capt. John Savage of Mid- 
dletown, Conn. Ensign Middletown Co. 1700; Lieut. 
1703; Capt. 171 1. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Elder John White (No. 8). 
8. Sergt. William Savage, 1699-1774. Sarah Savage 1700-1782. 
7. Capt. John Savage, 1652-1726. Mary Ranney, 1665-1734. 

13. Sixth in descent from Capt. William Savage of 
Middletown, Conn. Lieut. Middletown Co. 1717; Capt 
1719; Deputy from Middletown from 1715 to 1726. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Elder John White (No. 8), 

6. Sergt. William Savage, 1699-1774. Sarah Savage, 1700-1782, 

7. Capt. William Savage, 1668-1726. Christian Mould, 1677-1718. 

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14- Ninth in descent from Richard Treat of Wethers- 
field, Conn. Deputy from Wethersfield 1637 to 1657; 
Assistant 1658 to 1665 ; Member of Governor Winthrop's 
Council 1663-64; named as one of the Patentees in Conn. 
Royal Charter 1662. 

2. 3 and 4, same as descent from Elder John White (No. 8). 

6. Lieut. Jonathan Deming, 1730-1799. Jerusha Williams, 1736-1815. 

0. Daniel Deming, Jr., 1709-1748. Mehitabel Russell, 1704-1784. 

7. Jonathan Deming, 1661-1727. Abigail Pyler, 1683-1754. 

8. Jonathan Deming, 1639- Sarah -.... 

9. John Deming, 1615-1705. Honor Treat -.... 

10. Richard Treat, 1584-1669. Alice Gaylord, 1594-.... 

15. Eighth in descent from John Deming of Wethers- 
field, Conn. Deputy from Wethersfield 1649 to 1661 and 
again 1667-69-72 ; named as one of the Patentees in 
Conn. Royal Charter 1662. 

For line of descent see Richard Treat (No. 14). 

16. Fourth in descent from Lieut. Jonathan Deming 
of Wethersfield, Conn. Ensign 9th Co., 6th Regt. 1772 ; 
Lieut. 8th Co., 6th Regt. 1774; served later in Revolu- 
tionary War as Commissary. 

For line of descent see Richard Treat (No. 14). 

17. Eighth in descent from Elder John Strong of 
Hartford, Conn., and Taunton, Mass. Deputy from 
Taunton 1641 to 1644. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Richard Treat (No. 14). 

3. Zerubabel Fyler, 1644-1715. Experience Strong, 1650- 

1. Elder John Strong, 1605-1699. Abigail Ford, 1608-1688. 

18. Ninth in descent from Elder William Goodwin of 
Boston and Hadley, Mass., and Hartford, Conn. Dep- 
uty from Boston 1634; Ruling Elder Hartford Church 
1636 and to Hadley Church 1658. 

X to 6, same as descent from Richard Treat (No. 14). 

T. Rev. Noadiah Russell, 1659-.... Mary Hamlin, 1663-.... 

t. Capt. Giles Hamlin, 1622-1689. Esther Crow, 1628-1700. 
t. John Crow, 1606-.... Elizabeth Goodwin, ......... 

10. Elder William Goodwin, 1598-1673. Susanna ...".'.' -167J 

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19- Seventh in descent from Capt. Giles Hamlin of 
Middletown, Conn. Commissioner for the United Col- 
onies 1666; Assistant 1667 and from 1684 to 1689; Dep- 
uty from Middletown many times between 1667 and 1684; 
Member of Grand Committee on Military Affairs 1673. 

For line of descent see Elder William Goodwin (No. 18). 

20. Fifth in descent from Capt. Jacob Williams of 
Wethersfield, Conn. Ensign of Wethersfield Military 
Co. 1727; Lieut. 1733; Capt. 1734. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Richard Treat (No. 14). 

6. Capt. Jacob Williams, 1689-1753. Eunice Standish, 1698-.... 

21. Ninth in descent from General John Johnson of 
Roxbury, Mass. A charter member and first Clerk of 
Ancient & Honorable Artillery Company 1638 ; Surveyor 
General of "all ye Armyes" 1644; Deputy from 1634 to 
1649. 

1. Manley Horatio Wlckwlre, 1834-... Pauline Abigail Barthol- 
omew, 1835-1882. 

5. Andrew Bartholomew, 1802-1879. Abigail Savage, 1803-1875. 
4. Wyllls Bartholomew, 1777-1846. Martha Morse, 1777-1848. 

6. Capt. Andrew Bartholomew, 1744-1818. Rachel Royce, 1753-1802. 
«. Lieut. Joseph Bartholomew, 1721-1781. Mary Sexton, 1719-1814. 
T. Andrew Bartholomew, 1670-1753. Hannah Frisbie -1741. 

8. Lieut. William Bartholomew, 1640-1687. Mary Johnson, 1642-. . . . 

9. Capt. Isaac Johnson -1675. Elizabeth Porter, -1683. 

10. Gen. John Johnson, ....-1659. Margery -1655. 

22. Eighth in descent from Capt. Isaac Johnson of 
Roxbury, Mass. Capt. of Roxbury Co. 1653 ; Lieut. An- 
cient & Honorable Artillery Co. 1666; Capt. thereof 1667; 
commanded a Company at Great Swamp Fight where he 
lost his life 1675. Deputy from Roxbury 1671. 

For line of descent see General John Johnson (No. 21). 

23. Seventh in descent from Lieut. William Barthol- 
omew of Roxbury and Woodstock, Mass. Assisted in 

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defense of Hatfield in King Philip's War; Ensign Rox- 
bury Co. 1689; Lieut. 169 1 ; Deputy from Woodstock 
1692. 

For line of descent see General John Johnson (No. 21). 

24. Fifth in descent from Lieut. Joseph Bartholomew 
of Wallingford, Conn. Ensign of Wallingford Second 
Co. 1764; Lieut. 1767. 

For line of descent see General John Johnson (No. 21). 

25. Eighth in descent from William Bartholomew of 
Ipswich, Mass. Deputy from Ipswich many times be- 
tween 1635 and 1650. Town Clerk 1639 ; County Treas- 
urer 1654 and 1666. 

1 to 8, same as descent from Gen. John Johnson (No. 21). 
0. William Bartholomew, 1602-1680. Anna Lord, ....-1682. 

26. Eighth in descent from John Moss (Morse) of 
Wallingford, Conn. Signer of the "Fundamental Agree- 
ment" of New Haven Colony 1639. Deputy from Wall- 
ingford many times between 1664 and 1687; Commis- 
sioner for Wallingford many times between 1672 and 
1697. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Gen. John Johnson (No. 21) 
t. Reuben Royce, 1713-.... Kezlah Morse, 1720-.... 

7. 1/ieut. Samuel Morse, 1680- Susanna Hall - 

8. John Morse, 1650-1717. Martha Lothrop, 1657-1719. 

9. John Moss (Morse), 1604-1707. 

27. Fifth in descent from Capt. Asahel Hall of Wall- 
ingford, Conn. Ensign of the Wallingford Second Co. 
1756; Capt. 1764; served in French & Indian War. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Gen. John Johnson (No. 21). 

6. John Morse, 1750-.... Mehitable Hall, 1753- 

6. Capt. Asahel Hall, 1717-1795. Sarah Parmelee, 1719-1784. 

28. Eighth in descent from John Hall, Sr., of New 
Haven and Wallingford, Conn. Served under Capt. 

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Israel Stoughton in Pequot War 1637; one of the sign- 
ers of the Plantation Covenant at New Haven 1639. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Gen. John Johnson (No. 21). 

5. John Morse, 1751-.... Mehitahle Hall, 1753-.... 

6. Capt. Asahel Hall, 1717-1795. Sarah farmelee, 1719-1784. 

7. John Hall 3rd, 1681-1766. Elizabeth Royce, 1689-1755. 

8. John Hall 2nd, 1641-1721. Mary Parker -1725. 

9. John Hall Sr., 1605-1676. Jean Wollen, ......... 

29. Seventh in descent from John Hall 2nd of Wal- 
lingford, Conn. Justice of the "Peace and Quorum" of 
New Haven County 1701 to 1708 and again 1710-n; 
Deputy from Wallingford many years between 1687 and 
1701. 

For line of descent see John Hall Sr. (No. 28). 

30. Seventh in descent from Captain Samuel Hall of 
Wallingford, Conn. Capt. of Wallingford Train Band 
1705; Deputy from Wallingford 1699-1708-11-14. 

2, 3 and 4,same as descent from Gen. John Johnson (No. 21). 

5. John Morse, 1751-.... Mehltable Hall, 1753-.... 

6. Levi Morse, 1722- Martha Fenn, 1725- ... . 

7. John Morse, 1682-1755. Elizabeth Hall, 1690-1754. 

8. Capt. Samuel Hall, 1646-1725. Hannah Walter, 1646-.... 

31. Ninth in descent from Lieut. Francis Bell of 
Stamford, Conn. Lieut, of the Stamford Military Co. 
1655 ! one °f the commssiioners chosen to arrange the 
union with Connecticut Colony 1664; Deputy from Stam- 
ford many times between 1653 and 1664 ; Assistant. 

2. Manley Horatio Wickwire, 1834- Pauline Abigail Barthol- 
omew, 1835-1882. 

3. Alvln B. Wickwire, 1796-1887. Sarah Miranda Humiston, 1795- 

1866. 

4. Bennett Humiston, 1766- Elizaoeth Royce Benham, 1763- 

5. Benjamin Benham, 1733-.... Sarah Hall, 1732-1821. 

6. Sergt. Joseph Benham, 1685-1754. Mary Curtis, 1706-.... 

7. Samuel Curtis, 1679- Elizabeth Fredericks, 1687-.... 

8. William Fredericks -.... Mary Turtle, 1666- 

9. Jonathan Tuttle, 1637- Rebecca Bell, 1643-1676. 

10. Lieut. Francis Bell -1690. Rebecca -1681 

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32. Seventh in descent from Ensign Thomas Curtis 
of Wallingford, Conn. Ensign of Wallingford Train 
Band 1704; Deputy from Wallingford 1689-1717-18. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Lieut. Francis Bell (No. 31). 
8. Ensign Thomas Curtis, 1648-1736. 

33. Seventh in descent from 'Lieut. James Bennett 
of Stratford, Conn. Lieut, of the Stratford Train Band 
1704; Justice of the "Peace and Quorum" for Fairfield 
County, 1 709- 1 1 -14-24; Deputy from Stratford many 
times between 1689-1710. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Lieut. Francis Bell (No. 31). 

5. Joy Humiston, 1735- Hannah Granniss, 1739- 

6. Thomas Humiston, 1699-.... Mary Bishop, 1698-.... 

7. James Bishop, 1671-1738. Abigail Bennett -.... 

8. Lieut. James Bennett -1736. 



WINTON, WILLIAM CRAYTON. (Soc. No. 109). 
Duluth, Minn. 

Born April 18th, 1868, in Addison, N. Y. 
Married Zerlena Adele Knox June 10th, 1891. 

2. David B. Winton, 1837-.... Frances J. Gillet, 1839-.... 

3. Joel Doolittle Gillet, 1809-.... Lucy Jane Patten, 1818-1845. 

4. Solomon Gillet, 1773-1856. Martha Doolittle, 1778-1871. 

5. Titus Doolittle, 1745-1318. Mary Lewis -.... 

6. John Doolittle, Jr., 1712-1746 

7. John Doolittle, Sr., 1681-1746. Mary Frederick, ......... " 

8. Abraham Doolittle, Jr., 1649-1732. Mary Holt, - 

9. Abraham Doolittle, Sr., 1620-1690. 

Eighth in descent from Abraham Doolittle, Sr., of 
New Haven, Conn. Deputy from New Haven 1668. 



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WOODWARD, FRANCIS WILLIAM. (Soc. No. 116). 
Eau Claire, Wisconsin. 

Born in Ithaca, New York, Dec. 19th, 1830. 
Married Ann Jay Delaplaine, Oct. 1st, 1862. 

2. William Amos \v oodward, 1801-1883. Frances Mary Bvertson, 

1811-1899. 
S. George Bloom Evertson, 1773-1829. Frances Mary Nicoll, 1785- 

1861. 

4. Samuel Nicoll, 1754-1796. Ann Fargie, 1764-1792. 

5. Benjamin Nicoll, Jr., 1718-1760. Magdalene Mary Holland, 

1727-1766. 

6. Benjamin Nicoll, Sr., 1694-1724. Charity Floyd, 1692-1758. 

7. Hon. William Nicoll, 1657-1723. Anne Van Rensselaer, 1665- 

1715. 

8. Jeremias Van Rensselaer, 1628-1674. Maria Van Cortlandt, 

1646-1669. 

9. Col. Oloff Stevensen Van Cortlandt, 1600-1683. Annekens Loock- 

ermans -1684. 

Eighth in descent from Col. Oloff Stevenson Van Cort- 
landt, of New Amsterdam. Colonel of the Burgher Corps 
1649; Member of Council of Eight Men, 1645; Member 
of Council of Nine Men 1649-1652; President 1650; 
Last Burgomaster of New Amsterdam, before the Eng- 
lish Conquest, 1655-1665. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Seventh in descent from Colonel Jeremias Van 
Rensselaer, Third Patroon of the Manor of Rensselaer- 
wyck, New Netherlands. Member of Colonial Assembly, 
and Speaker 1664; Colonel of Militia. 

For line of descent see Col. Oloff Stevensen Van Cortlandt. 

2. Seventh in descent from Capt. Matthias Nicoll of 
New York. Capt. British Army 1664; Secretary of 
Province of New York, 1664-1680; Member of King's 

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Council, 1 667- 1 680; Speaker of Provincial Assembly, 
1683 ; Judge of Court of Admiralty, 1686 ; Mayor of New 
York, 1672. 

2 to 7, same as descent, from Col. Oloff Stevensen Van Cort- 

landt. 
8. Capt. Matthias Nicoll, 1621-1687. Abigail Johns, ........ . 

3. Sixth in descent from Hon. William Nicoll of 
New York. Attorney General 1687-1690; Member of 
Council 1691-1698; Member of Provincial Assembly 
1701-1732; Speaker 1702-1718. 

For line of descent see Col. Oloff Stevensen Van Oortlandt. 

4. Sixth in descent from Colonel Richard Floyd, Jr., 
of New York. Lieutenant, 1700; Colonel Suffolk County 
Militia in Canadian Expedition, 1709. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Col. Oloff Stevensen Van Cort- 

landt. 
7. Col. Richard Floyd, Jr., 1665-1728. Margaret Nicoll, 1662-1718. 

5. Sixth in descent from Capt. Henry Holland of 
Albany, N. Y. Lieutenant, 1699; Captain, 1704; Com- 
mander of Garrison at Albany, N. Y. 172 3- 1732; High 
Sheriff, 1706-1720; Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 
1706-1732. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Col. Oloff Stevensen Van Cort- 
landt. 

6. Edward Holland, 1702-1756. Magdalena Bayeux, 1706-1737. 

7. Capt. Henry Holland, 1665-1736. Jane Sohly, 1676-1756. 

6. Fifth in descent from Edward Holland of Albany, 
N. Y. Member of Council, 1748-1756 ; Mayor of Albany, 
1 733" J 74i; Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1734- 1742; 
Mayor of New York, 1747-1757; Master in Chancery, 
1748-1750. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Col. Oloff Stevensen Van Cort- 

landt. 
6. Edward Holland, 1702-1756. Magdalena Bayeux, 1706-1737. 

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J. Fifth in descent from Henry Holland of Albany, 
N. Y. Alderman, 1727; Sheriff, 1739- 1746; Master in 
Chancery, 1743-1748; Member of Colonial Assembly, 
1761-1769; Incorporator of Society Library, N. Y., 1772. 

2 to 4, same as descent from Col. OlofC Stevensen Van Cort- 
landt. 

5. Capt. Winter Fargie -.... Eve Holland, 1736-.... 

6. Henry Holland, 1704-1782. Alida Beckman, 1702-1748. 

8. Sixth in descent from George Woodward of Wa- 
tertown, Mass. Private in Capt. John Cutler's Co. in 
King Philip's War, and died in the service. 

2. William Amos Woodward, 18U1-1883. Frances Mary Evertson, 

1811-1899. 

8. Amos Woodward. 1769-1814. Elizabeth Bailey, 1765-1851. 

4. Park Woodward, 172d-1808. Sylvia Park -.... 

5. Thomas Woodward, — - Dorothy Park, — - — 

6. Daniel Woodward, 1653- Elizabeth Dana - — 

7. George Woodward, 1621-1676. Mary - 

9. Sixth in descent from Thomas Bayley of New 
London, Conn. Served in King Philip's War under 
Capt. Lothrop, and was killed in the battle of Bloody 
Brook, Sept. i8th, 1675. 

2. William Amos Woodward, 1801-1883. Frances Mary Evert- 

son, 1811-1899. 

3. Amos Woodward, 1769-1814. Elizabeth Bailey, 1765-1851. 

4. Nathan Bailey, 1724-1801. Elizabeth Terry, 1729-1804. 

6. John Bailey, Jr., 1702-.... Elizabeth -.... 

6. John Bayley, Sr., 1661-1727. Elizabeth , ......... 

7. Thomas Bayley, 1630-1675. Lydia Redfleld, 1636-.... 



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YOUNG, EDWARD BLAKE. (Soc. No. 125). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born January 14th, 1864, in Newton, Mass. 
Unmarried. 

2. Edward James Young, 1829-.... Mary Clapp Blake, 1831-1901. 

8. James Blake, 1798-1876. Polly Clapp, 1799-1840. 

4. Ebenezer Clap, 1770-1806. Abigail Glover Clap, 1775-1838. 

6. Joseph Clap, 1751-1823. Abigail Glover, 1750-1775. 

6. Alexander Glover, 1710-1770. Sarah White, 17U-1790. 

7. Nathaniel Glover, Jr., 1676-1726. Rachel Marsh, 1674-1752. 

8. Nathaniel Glover, Sr., 1653-1724. Hannah Hinckley, 1651-1730. 

9. Gov. Thomas Hinckley, 1618-1705. Mary Richards -1659. 

Eighth in descent from Governor Thomas Hinckley of 
Plymouth, Mass. An account of his life and public ser- 
vices will be found later in this volume. 



SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

i. Ninth in descent from John Glover of Boston, 
Mass. Deputy 1637-1644 and from 1647 to 1651; As- 
sistant 1652-53. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Hinckley. 
9. Nathaniel Glover, 1st, 1631-1657. Mary Smith, 1630-1703. 
10. John Glover, 1600-1654. Ann , -.... 

2. Seventh in descent from Maj. Gen. Humphrey 
Atherton of Dorchester, Mass. Capt. 1646; Maj. Gen. 
1661 ; Deputy many times between 1638 and 1653 ; Speak- 
er 1653 ; Assistant 1654 to 1661 ; Commissioner in reserve 
for United Colonies 1656, 1659, 1660. 

1 and 3. same as descent from Gov. Thomas Hinckley. 
4. Thomas Blake, 1752-1840. Mary Barnard, 1766-1844. 
6. Samuel Blake, 1715-1754. Patience White, 1714-1786. 

6. Edward White, 1683-1716. Patience Bird, 1683-1757. 

7. Thomas Bird, 1640-1710. Thankful Atherton, 1644-1719. 

8. Maj. Gen. Humphrey Atherton, -1661. Mary Wales - 



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3. Seventh in descent from Capt. Roger Clap of Bos- 
ton, Mass. Lieut. 1647; Capt. at the "Castle" 1665 to 
1686; Deputy many times between 1647 and 1671. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Maj. Gen. Humphrey Atherton, 
(No. 2). 

6. James Blake, Jr., 1688-1750. Wait Simpson, 1685-1753. 

7. Jonathan Simpson, 1640-1706. Wait Clap, 1649-1717. 

8. Capt. Roger Clap, 1609-1691. Joan Ford, 1617-1695. 

4. Eighth in descent from Ralph Sprague of Charles- 
town, Mass. One of the founders of the Colony of Mas- 
sachusetts Bay; Sergt. 1634; Lieut. 1637; Deputy from 
Charlestown 1635 to 1641-44-45. 

2, 3 and 4, same as descent from Gov. Thomas Hinckley. 

5. Lemuel Clap, 1735-1819. Rebecca Dexter, 1739-1823. 

6. Samuel Dexter, 1700-1755. Catherine Mears, 1701-1797. 

7. John Dexter -1722. Winnif red Sprague, 1673-1752. 

8. Samuel Sprague, 1632-1696. Rebecca Crawford, 1633-1710. 

9. Ralph Sprague -1650. Joan Warren -1680. 

5. Seventh in descent from Samuel Allyne of Barn- 
stable, Mass. Served in King Philip's War ; Deputy from 
Barnstable 1682-83-84. 

2. Edward James Young, 1829-.... Mary Clapp Blake, 1831-1901. 

3. Rev. Alexander Young, D. D., 1800-1854. Caroline James, 1806- 

1867. 

4. Alexander Young, 1768-1834. Mary Loring, 1778-1849. 

5. Ensign Joseph Loring, 1738-1795. Ruth James, 1739-1813. 

6. Capt. Benjamin Loring, 1692-1764. Jael Jacob. 1703-1771. 

7. Dea. Peter Jacob, 1668-1753. Hannah Allyne, 1673-1748. 

8. Samuel Allyne, 1644-1726. Hannah Walley -1711. 

6. Seventh in descent from Capt. John Jacob of Hing- 
ham, Mass. Served under Capt. Johnson in the Narra- 
gansett campaign 1675, and upon the Captain's death took 
command of his company; was engaged with Capt. 
Wadsworth during the winter of 1675-76 in guarding 
the frontier; was in command of the company at Med- 
field when the town was attacked and partially destroyed 

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by Indians, February 21st, 1676; his house was fortified 
as a garrison by order of the General Court in the spring 
of 1676. 

t to 7, same as descent from Samuel Allyne (No. 5). 
8. John Jacob, 1630-1693. Mary Russell, 1641-1691. 

7. Seventh in descent from Benjamin Buckland of 
Rehoboth, Mass. Killed in the disastrous conflict with 
the Indians near Rehoboth March 26th, 1676. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Samuel Allyne (No. 5). 

7. Thomas Lorlng, 1682-1738. Leah Buckland -1759. 

8. Benjamin Buckland, ....-1676. Rachel Wheatley, 1643-1713. 

8. Eighth in descent from Capt. Hugh Mason of Wat- 
ertown, Mass. Lieut, of Watertown Train Band 1645 , 
Capt. 1652 ; Commander of volunteers against the Dutch 
1664; Member of the Council of War 1676; Deputy many 
times between 1634 and 1677; Ten Pounds granted to 
him in 1639 by General Court for his "good services 
against the Pecoits and otherwise." 

2 and 3, same as descent from Samuel Allyne (No .5). 

4. Eleazer James, 1754-1843. Rossefalr Brooks, 1771-1837. 

5. Dr. Bphraim Brooks, 1736-1823. Eunice Jenlson, 1742-1828. 

6. John Brooks, 1702-1777. Lydla Barker, 1711-1802. 

7. Daniel Brooks, 1663-1733. Ann Merlam, 1669-1757. 

8. Joshua Brooks -.... Hannah Mason, 1636- 

i. Capt. Hugh Mason, 1606-1678. Esther 1612-1691 

9. Eighth in descent from Capt. Thomas Brooks of 
Concord, Mass. Capt. 1643 ; Deputy from Concord many 
times between 1642 and 1662. 

2 to 8, same as descent from Capt. Hugh Mason (No. 8). 
9. Capt Thomas Brooks -1667. Grace -1664. 

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io. Seventh in descent from Samuel Lincoln of Hing- 
ham, Mass. Member of Capt. Johnson's Cavalry Co. in 
the Great Swamp Fight. 

I, 3 and 4, same as descent from Capt. Hugh Mason (No. 8). 
6. Philip James, 1708-1785. Mary Nichols, 1714-1793. 

6. Nathaniel Nichols, 1685-1758. Elizabeth Lincoln, 1689-.... 

7. Daniel Lincoln, 1653-1732. Elizabeth Lincoln, 1656-1741. 

8. Samuel Lincoln -1690. Martha , ....-1693. 

ii. Fourth in descent from Ensign Joseph Loring of 
Hingham, Mass. Served in expedition to Crown Point 
under Gen. Winslow 1756-57 ; Ensign in Regiment com- 
manded by Col. Timothy Ruggles 1756; served also in 
Regiment commanded by Col. Benjamin Lincoln which 
marched to the relief of Fort William Henry 1757. 

For line of descent see Samuel Allyne (No. 5). 

12. Seventh in descent from Elder James Blake of 
Dorchester, Mass. Sergt. of the Dorchester Military 
Company ; Deputy from Dorchester 1677-82-83 ; Ruling 
Elder in the Dorchester Church for 14 years, until his 
death. 

3 to 6, same as descent from Maj. Gen. Humphrey Atherton 
(No. 2). 

6. James Blake, Jr., 1688-1750. Wait Simpson, loSo-1753. 

7. Deacon James Blake, 1652-1732. Ruth Batchelder, 1662-1752. 

8. Elder James Blake, 1624-1700. Elizabeth Clap, 1634-1694. 



YOUNG, GEORGE BROOKS. (Soc. No. 117). 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Born July 25th, 1840, in Boston, Mass. 
Married Ellen Olivia Fellows Sept. 28th, 1870. 

2. Rev. Alexander Young, D. D., 1800-1S54. Caroline James, 

1806-1867. 

3. Alexander Young, Sr., 1768-1834. Mary Loring, 1778-1849. 

4. Ensign Joseph Loring, 1738-1795. Ruth James, 1739-1813. 

5. Capt. Benjamin Loring, 1692-1764. Jael Jacob, 1703-1771. 
8. Deacon Peter Jacob, 1668-1753. Hannah Allyne, 1673-1748. 
7. Capt. John Jacob, 1630-1693. Mary Russell, 1641-1691. 

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Sixth in descent from Capt. John Jacob of Hihgham, 
Mass. Served under Capt. Johnson in the Narragansett 
campaign 1675, and upon the Captain's death took com- 
mand of his company; was engaged with Capt. Wads- 
worth during the winter of 1675-76 in guarding frontier; 
was in command of the company at Medfield when the 
town was attacked and partially destroyed by Indians, 
February 21st, 1676; his house was fortified as a garri- 
son by order of the General Court in the spring of 1676. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

1. Sixth in descent from Samuel Allyne of Barns- 
table, Mass. Deputy from Barnstable 1682-83-84. Serv- 
ed in King Philip's War. 

2 to 6, same as descent from Capt. John Jacob. 

7. Samuel Allyne, 1644-1726. Hannah Walley -1711. 

2. Sixth in descent from Benjamin Buckland of Re- 
hoboth, Mass. Served in King Philip's War and was 
killed in the disastrous conflict with the Indians near 
Rehoboth March 26th, 1676. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Capt. John Jacob. 

6. Thomas Lorlng, 1662-1738. Leah Buckland -1759. 

7. Benjamin Buckland, ....-1676. Rachel Wheatley, 1643-1713. 

3. Seventh in descent from Capt. Thomas Brooks of 
Concord, Mass. Capt. 1643; Deputy from Concord 
many times between 1642 and 1662. 

2. Rev. Alexander Young, D. D., 1800-1854. Caroline James. 1806- 
1867. 

8. Eleazer James, 1754-1843. Rossefair Brooks, 1771-1837. 

4. Dr. Ephralm Brooks, 1736-1823. Eunice Jenlson, 1742-1828. 

5. John Brooks, 1702-1777. Lydia Barker, 1711-1802. 

6. Daniel Brooks, 1663-1733. Ann Merlam, 1669-1757. 

7. Joshua Brooks, — - Hannah Mason, 1636- 

8. Capt. Thomas Brooks, -1667. Grace -1664. 

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4- Seventh in descent from Capt. Hugh Mason of 
Watertown, Mass. Lieut, of the Watertown Train Band 
1645 and Capt. 1652 ; Commander of Volunteers against 
the Dutch 1664; member of the Council of War 1676; 
Deputy many times between 1634 and 1677. Ten Pounds 
granted to him 1639 by General Court for "Good services 
against the Pecoits and otherwise." 

X to 7, same as descent from Capt. Thomas Brooks (No. 3). 
8. Hugh Mason, 1606-1878. Esther 1612-1692. 

5. Sixth in descent from Samuel Lincoln of Hingham, 
Mass. Member of Capt. Johnson's Co. of Cavalrymen in 
the "Great Swamp Fight" December 19th, 1675. 

i and 3, same as descent from Thomas Brooks (No. 3). 

4. Philip James, 1708-1785. Mary Nichols, 1714-1793. 

5. Nathaniel Nichols, 1685-1758. Elizabeth Lincoln, 1689-.... 
8. Daniel Lincoln, 1653-1732. Elizabeth Lincoln, 1656-1741. 

7. Samuel Lincoln -1690. Martha -1693. 

6. Third in descent from Ensign Joseph Loring of 
Hingham, Mass. Served in expedition to Crown Point 
under Gen. Winslow 1756-57; Ensign in Regiment com- 
manded by Col. Timothy Ruggles 1756; served also in 
regiment commanded by Col. Benjamin Lincoln which 
marched to the relief of Fort William Henry 1757. 

For line of descent see Capt. John Jacob. 



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ADDENDA. 

GILBERT, ARTHUR EATON. (Soc. No. 137). 
Duluth, Minn. 

Born December 18th, 1869, in Albany, N. Y. 
Married Maria Louise Johnson Jan. gth, 1901. 

2. Prosper Lee Gilbert, 1820-1870. Mary Rockwell Olmstead, 1830- 

1898. 

3. John Ingersoll Olmstead, 1805-1872. Caroline Rockwell, 1809-1863. 

4. David Olmstead, 1770-1842. Dorcas Smith, 1771-1842. 

5. Col. David Olmstead, 1748-1813. Abigail Ingersoll, 1751-. . . . 

6. Rev. Jonathan Ingersoll, 1713-1778. Dorcas Moss, 1725-1811. 

Fifth in descent from Rev. Jonathan Ingersoll of 
Ridgefield, Conn. Chaplain to the troops engaged on 
and near Lake Champlain in the French and Indian War 
1758. 



GREGG, JESSE ASHTON. (Soc. No. 139). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born March 29th, 1853, in Morgantown, Va. 
Married Ella Lucy Bradish May 16th, 1882. 

2. Cephas Gregg, 1832-.... Mary Newton, 1824-1901. 

3. Enos Newton, 1794-1865. Sarah Work -.... 

4. David Newton, 1763-1839. Mary Hazen, 1754-1823. 

5. Joseph Hazen, 1717- Elisabeth Durkee, - 

6. Thomas Hazen, Jr., 1690-1777. Sarah Ayers, ....-175S. 

7. Thomas Hazen, Sr. 1S58-1735. Mary Howlett -1727. 

Sixth in descent from Thomas Hazen, Sr., of Rowley, 
Mass, and Norwich, Conn. Served under Major Sam- 
uel Appleton in King Philip's War, and took part in the 
Great Swamp Fight December 19th, 1675. 

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SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

I. Eighth in descent from Ensign Thomas H owlet t 
of Ipswich, Mass. Deputy from Ipswich 1635 ; Ensign 
of Ipswich Co., 3rd Regiment, Massachusetts Militia un- 
der Col. John Endicott, 1636-37. 

2 to 7, same as descent from Thomas Hazen Sr. 

8. Thomas Howlett Jr - Mary - 

8. Ensign Thomas Howlett - 



JAGGARD, EDWIN AMES. (Soc. No. 142). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born June 21st, 1859, m Altoona, Pa. 

Married Anna May Averill December 16th, 1890. 

2. Clement Jaggard, 1822-1890. Annie Jane Wright, 1822-1895. 

3. Thomas J. Jaggard - Matilda Clement - 

i. Abel Clement, ......... Elizabeth Wills -. ... 

5. Mlcajah Wills -1797. Rebecca -1803. 

6. James Wills, ....-1759. Elizabeth Woolston -1780. 

7. Daniel Wills, Jr., 1658-1727. Margaret Newbold -.... 

8. Daniel Wills, St., 1653-1698. Elizabeth -1661. 

Seventh in descent from Daniel Wills, Sr., of West Jer-t 
sey. One of the Commissioners to settle West Jersey 
1677; Member of Assembly 1682-83-84-85; Member of 
Governor's Council 1682-84-85 ; Justice of the Peace 
1695-96-97. 



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JUDSON, HENRY SHELDON. (Soc. No. 140). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Born September 21st, 1861, in Racine, Wis. 

Married Nancy Toulmin (Foote) Higgs April 23, 1890. 

2. Joshua Sheldon Judson, 1829-1874. Mary Ann Higgs, 1837-.. . . 

3. Sheldon Judson, ....-I860. Caroline MerriHeld, -1879. 

4. Joshua Judson, Jr., 1772- Lucretia Baker, - 

5. Joshua Judson, Sr., 1732-1776. Ann Walker - 

6. Joseph Judson, 1679-1758. Mary Walker - 

7. John Judson, 1647-1709. Mary (Tudor) Orton, 1660- 

8. Lieut. Joseph Judson, 1619-1690. Sarah Porter, 1626-1696. 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. Joseph Judson of 
Stratford and Woodbury, Conn. Ensign of the Strat- 
ford Train Band ; Member of committee to defend coast 
against the Dutch under Admiral De Reuter 1665 ; Lieut. 
1672; served in King Philip's War; Lieut, of Woodbury 
Train Band 1684 ; Deputy many times. 



ROBERTSON, KENNETH. (Soc. No. 141). 
Spring Valley, Wis. 

Born October 15th, 1847, in Huntsville, Ala. 

Married Laura Cornelia Wootton, February 12th, 1873. 

2. Richard Spotswood Robertson, 1821-1886. Mary Jane Mat- 

thews, 1828-1880. 

3. William Bruce Robertson, — - — Ann Spotswood, 1790-1869. 

4. Capt. John Spotswood - Sally Rowzie - 

5. John Spotswood, Sr - Mary Dandridge, - 

6. Sir Alexander Spotswood - Ann Butter Brayne, ....- 

Fifth in descent from Sir Alexander Spotswood of Vir- 
ginia. Governor of Virginia 1 710-1723; Postmaster 
General of the Colonies; founded school for Indians; 

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led an expedition across the Blue Ridge Mountains and 
also founded the order of the Knights of the Golden 
Horse Shoe; Major General of the expedition against 
Carthagena and died on the eve of embarkation; served 
on the staff of the Duke of Marlborough and was wound- 
ed at the battle of Blenheim, 1704. 



PIERCE, JAMES OSCAR. (Soc. No. 81). 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS. 

3. Eighth in descent from John Alden of Plymouth, 
Mass. A Mayflower passenger and the seventh signer 
of the Compact; Member of Capt. Miles Standish's Co. 
1643; Assistant 1632 to 1640 and from 1650 to 1687; 
Deputy 1640 to 1650; Member of the Council of War 
1646-53-58-67; Treasurer 1656-57-58; Deputy Governor 
1664-65-67. 

2. James Pierce, 1803-1874. Lucy Maria Barnes, 1803-1856. 

3. Stephen Pearoe, 1753-1843. Abigail Taylor, 1758-1826. 

4. Ensign James Pearce, 1719-1767. Sarah Simmons, 1730-1785. 

5. John Simmons, 1704-1774. Comfort Shaw, 1709-1785. 

6. William Simmons, 1672-1765. Abigail Church, 1680-1720. 

7. John Simmons -1715. Mercy Pabodie, 1649-1728. 

8. William Pabodie, 1620-1707. Elizabeth Alden, 1623-1717. 

9. John Alden, 1699-1687. Priscilla Mullins, 1602-1688. 

4. Seventh in descent from William Pabodie of Dux- 
bury, Mass. Member of Duxbury Military Co. com- 
manded by Capt. Miles Standish 1643 > Deputy Plymouth 
Colony many years from 1654 to 1682. 

For line of descent see John Alden (No. 3). 

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5- Third in descent from Ensign James Pearce of 
Little Compton, R. I. Served as Ensign in French and 
Indian War 1760. 

For line of descent see John Alden (No. 3). 

6. Eighth in descent from Moses Simmons, Sr., of 
Duxbury, Mass. Member of Duxbury Military Com- 
pany, commanded by Capt. Miles Standish 1643. 

2 to 7, same as descent from John Alden (No. 3). 

8. Moses Simmons Jr., -1689. Sarah -.... 

9. Moses Simmons Sr., -.... 

7. Eighth in descent from Richard Warren of Ply- 
mouth, Mass A Mayflower passenger and the 12th 
signer of the Compact ; Member of Company under Capt. 
Miles Standish in the "First Encounter" at Great Mead- 
ow Creek December 8th, 1620. 

2 to 6, same as descent from John Alden (No. 3). 

7. Ensign Joseph Church, 1638-1711. Mary Tucker, 1641-1710. 

8. Sergt. Richard Church, 1608-1668. Elizabeth "Warren -1670 

9. Richard Warren -1628. Elizabeth Jouatt, 1583-1673. 

8. Seventh in descent from Sergt. Richard Church of 
Plymouth, Mass. Served as Sergt. in Pequot War 1637 ; 
Member of Plymouth Military Company commanded by 
Capt. Miles Standish 1643. 

2 to 6, same as descent from John Alden (No. 3). 

7. Ensign Joseph Church, 1638-1711. Mary Tucker, 1641-1710. 

8. Sergt. Richard Church, 1608-1668. Elizabeth Warren -1670. 

9. Sixth in descent from Ensign Joseph Church of 
Little Compton, R. I. Ensign at Little Compton 1686; 
Deputy from Little Compton 1690. 

2 to 6, same as descent from John Alden (No. 3). 

7. Ensign Joseph Church, 1638-1711. Mary Tucker, 1641-1710. 

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io. Sixth in descent from Peter Tollman of Newport 
and Portsmouth, R. I. Deputy from Portsmouth 1662 
and 1665 ; Deputy from Warwick 1661 ; General Solic- 
itor for the Colony of Rhode Island 1661 ; Commissioner 
for Warwick and Portsmouth 1661 and 1662. 

2 to 5, same as descent from John Alden (No. 3). 

6. Israel Shaw, 1660- Tallman - 

7. Peter Tallman -1708. Ann - 



ii. Eighth in descent from Adam Mott of Ports- 
mouth, R. I. Deputy from Portsmouth 1673. 

2. James Pierce, 1803-1874. Lucy Maria Barnes, 1803-1856. 

3. Stephen Pearce, 1753-1843. Abigail Taylor, 1758-1826. 

4. Gideon Taylor, 1729-1790. Mary Brownell, 1735-.... 

5. George Brownell, 1711- Sarah Bailey, 1710- — 

6. Lieut. George Brownell, 1685-1756. Mary Thurston, 1685-1740. 

7. Jonathan Thurston, 1659-1740. Sarah -.... 

8. Ed-ward Thurston, 1617-1707. Elizabeth Mott, 1628-1694. 

9. Adam Mott, 1596-.... Sarah 1604-.... 

12. Fifth in descent from Lieut. George Brownell of 
Little Compton, R. I. Served as Lieut, from Little 
Compton in Rhode Island forces. 

Tor line of descent see Adam Mott (No. 11). 

13. Eighth in descent from Hugh Parsons of Ports- 
mouth, Rhode Island. Deputy in Rhode Island Legisla- 
ture 1678. 

2 to 5, same as descent from Adam Mott (No. 11). 

6. William Bailey, 1684-1730. Dorothy Graves, 1684-1771. 

7. John Bailey -1736 Sutton -1716. 

8. William Bailey -1676. Grace Parsons -1677. 

9. Hugh Parsons, 1613-1684. Elizabeth 1613-1684. 



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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF ANCESTORS. 



WILLIAM VASSALL. 

BY HENRY PRATT UPHAM. 

William Vassall, of Eastwood, Essex, son of John Vas- 
sall and Anne Russell, was born in that place, August 
27th, 1592, and died at Barbadoes in 1655. His grand- 
father, John Vassall, Sr., of Rinart, by Cany, Normandy, 
on account of disturbances at home, was sent into Eng- 
land, where he died young, leaving a son, John Vassall, 
of Ratcliffe, Stepney, and Cocksey-hurst, Eastwood, Es- 
sex. John Vassall, Jr. equipped and was Captain suc- 
sively of the "Samuel" 140 tons, 70 men, and the "Tobey 
Jr.," likewise 140 tons, 70 men. He was in command 
of the last named vessel in the conflict with the Spanish 
Armada. He was thrice married ; first to Anne Hewes, 
Sept. 25th, 1569; second to' Anne Russell of Ratcliffe, 
Sept. 4th, 1580; she died May 5th, 1593, and he married 
Judith Borough as his third wife March 27th, 1594. He 
died of the plague Sept. 13th, 1625, and was buried at 
Stepney. His wife, Judith, survived him and died in 
1638-9, her will being proved on January 29th of that 
year. 

William Vassall was one of the original patentees of 
New England lands under the charter granted by Charles 
I. March 4, 1628-9 f° r the "Colony of the Massachusetts 
Bay in New England." On May 13, 1629, Mr. Mathew 
Cradocke was chosen Governor, and William Vassall one 
of eighteen Assistants. Oct. 20, 1629, Mr. John Win- 

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throp was chosen Governor and William Vassall one of 
eighteen Assistants. He was present at the last recorded 
Court of the Assistants in England, held aboard the "Ar- 
bella," March 23, 1630, then at anchor off Cowes. He 
signed an agreement August 26, 1629, at Cambridge, with 
R. Saltonstall, Thomas Dudley, John Winthrop, Isaac 
Johnson, Increase Nowell, William Pyncheon and others 
to sail for New England, "to inhabit and continue" by 1st 
of March next. He came over with his family in 1630, 
but returned to England the same year in the ship Lyon, 
of Bristol, Pierce, master. He again came to New Eng- 
land in 1634 or 1635 as appears by the following entry in 
Rev. John Eliot's Record of Church Members, Roxbury, 
Mass. "Mrs. Anna Vassaile, the wife of Mr. William 
Vassaile. Her husband brought 5 children to this land, 
Judith, Frances, John, Margaret, Mary." He settled in 
Scituate, Plymouth Colony having made him a grant of 
150 acres of land Dec. 3, 1638, provided he take the "oath 
of fidelitie." Feby. 1, 1638-9, he took the oath. He re- 
sided in Scituate until 1646, when he returned to England 
and in 1648 removed to Barbadoes, where he had exten- 
sive estates, and there died in 1655. 

Governor Winthrop, writing of him in 1646, says. "One 
Mr. William Vassall, sometime one of the Assistants of 
the Massachusetts, but now of Scituate in Plymouth ju- 
risdiction, a man of busy and factious spirit, and always 
opposite to the civil governments of this country and the 
way of our churches, had practiced with such as were not 
members of our churches to take some course, first peti- 
tioning the courts of Massachusetts and of Plymouth, and 
(if that succeeded not) then to the parliament of Eng- 

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land, that the distinctions which were maintained here 
both in civil and church estate might be taken away, and 
that we might be wholly governed by the laws of Eng- 
land; and accordingly a petition was drawn up to the 
parliament, pretending that they being free born subjects 
of England were denied the liberty of subjects, both in 
church and commonwealth, themselves and their children 
debarred from the seals of the covenant, except they 
would submit to such a way of entrance and church cove- 
nant, as their consciences could not admit, and take such 
a civil oath as would not stand with their oath of alle- 
giance, or else they must be deprived of all power and in- 
terest in civil affairs, and were subjected to an arbitrary 
government and extrajudicial proceedings, &c." 

The petition was not granted by Plymouth or Massa- 
chusetts or the Parliament of England as appears by an- 
other entry in Winthrop's Journal in 1648. "Here ar- 
rived three ships from London in one day. By the pas- 
sengers we understood, as also by letters from Mr. Wins- 
low &c. how the hopes and endeavors of Dr. Child and 
other the petitioners &c. had been blasted by the special 
providence of the Lord, who still wrought for us. 

Dr. Child had a brother, a major of a regiment of 
Kent, who, being set on by his brother and William Vas- 
sall, (who went from Scituate to petition against the 
country &c.) set out a pamphlet, wherein he published 
their petition, exhibited to our General Court, and other 
proceedings of the Court. This was answered by Mr. 
Winslow in a book, entitled the Salamander, (pointing 
therein at Mr. Vassall, a man never at rest, but when he 
was in the fire of contention,) wherein he clears the jus- 

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tice of our proceedings. As for those who went over to 
procure us trouble, God met with them all. Mr. Vassall 
finding no entertainment for his petitions, went to Barba- 
does." Hubbard in his General History of New England, 
says. "Mr. William Vassall one of the patentees, that 
came over in the year 1630, (when he was chosen an As- 
sistant,) but not complying with the rest of his col- 
leagues, nor yet able to make a party amongst them, re- 
turned for England soon after; but not satisfying him- 
self in his return, came back again to New England in 
the year 1635, and then settled himself at Scituate, in the 
jurisdiction of New Plymouth; a man of pleasant and 
facetious wit, and in that respect complacent in company ; 
but for his actings and designs of a busy and a factious 
spirit, and indeed a meer salamander by his disposition, 
that could take content in no element but that of the fire ; 
and in his discourse did usually, in all companies, bear the 
part of Antilegon, as he was called by a friend of his, and 
was always found opposite to the government of the 
place where he lived, both ecclesiastical and civil." 
The History of Scituate in Mass. His. Soc'y Col- 
lections 1816, contains the following. "Mr. William 
Vassall, one of the Assistants and planters of 
Massachusetts, emigrated thence, it seems, to Scituate 
in Plymouth Colony as early as February 1, 1638, where 
he continued on his extensive plantation, which he called 
the "West Newland," until about 1650, when, having ac- 
quired great estates in the West Indies, he went there, 
and died in Barbadoes, 1655. His place of residence was 
in St. Michael's parish in that island. As he was of the 
Church of England, and adhered to its ceremonies, we do 

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not meet him in civil office; but the immediate govern- 
ment of Plymouth Colony evidently held him in just and 
deserved estimation, and on emergent occasions his 
worthy name occurs, as of the Council of War. He was 
clearly a public-spirited man, liberal in his opinions and 
views, though somewhat restless, and we should conclude 
the wealthiest person at that period in Plymouth Colony, 
even before the acquirement of the West India estates." 

The will of William Vassall does not mention his wife, 
but gives one-third of his estate to his son, John Vassall, 
who is appointed executor, and two-thirds to his 
daughters Judith, wife of Resolved White, Frances, wife 
of James Adams, Anna, wife of Nicholas Ware, and to 
his daughters Margaret and Mary to be equally divided 
among them, each one to receive one-fifth thereof. 

In the marriage licenses granted by the Bishop of Lon- 
don, Mr. H. F. Waters discovered the following entry. 

"June 9 1613. William Vassall of Eastwood, Es- 
sex, yoeman, a bachelor aged about 20, son of John Vas- 
sall of the same parish, gent, with his said father's con- 
sent, and Anne Kinge of Cold Norton, spinster, about 
20, daughter of George Kinge of Cold Norton, yoeman. 
George Kinge appeared and did give express consent; 
at Cold Norton." 

Judith Vassall, daughter of William Vassall and Anne 
Kinge, married November 5, 1640 Resolved White, 
son of William White, who came in the Mayflower. 
Their children were: 

William, born April 10, 1642. 

John, born March 11, 1644. 

Samuel, born March 13, 1646. 

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Resolved, born Nov. 12, 1647. 

Anna, born June 4, 1649. 

Elizabeth, born June 4, 1652. 

Josiah, born Sept. 29, 1654. 

Anna White married June 2, 1671, John Hay ward 
of Concord, Mass., and died May 25, 1714. He died 
November 22, 1718. See double gravestone at Concord. 

Elizabeth White married July 17, 1672, Obadiah 
Wheeler of Concord, Mass. 

Frances Vassall, daughter of William, married James 
Adams July 16, 1646. May 15, 1672, the General Court 
granted her "150 acres of land in any free place where it 
may be found." May 7, 1673, a plat of the farm selected 
was returned into the court, and approved. She was 
then of Concord, Mass., and "wife to James Addams and 
daughter to ye late Wm. Vassall." 



GOV. WILLIAM CODDINGTON. 

BY CHARLES PHELPS NOTES. 

Gov. William Coddington was born in Boston, Lin- 
colnshire, England, in 1601 ; was made a freeman there 
Sept. 24, 1625, and about that time married Mary, daugh- 
ter of Richard Moseley of Ouseden, Suffolk, England. 

The Government of the Mass. Bay Colony was organ- 
ized in England, with John Winthrop as Governor, Thom- 
as Dudley as Deputy Governor and William. Coddington 
as one of the Assistants, and they came to New Eng- 
land together in the ship "Arbella" in 1630 and assumed 
their duties immediately on their arrival in Boston. 

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His first wife died soon after reaching New England, 
and the following spring he went back to England where 
he married Mary, his second wife, and returned to Boston 
in 1633. He became a prominent merchant there, built 
the first brick house in Boston, continued in his office as 
Assistant, and served as Treasurer of the Colony from 
1634 to 1636. 

Coddington in 1637 supported Vane, who was of the 
Antinomian party, for Governor, in opposition to his 
old friend Winthrop. For this he was dropped from the 
Government, but the freemen of Boston immediately re- 
turned him as their Deputy. He then identified himself 
with the Antinomians, and in the trials of Rev. John 
Wheelwright and Mrs. Anne Hutchinson, he alone of the 
Magistrates was their firm supporter. Ellis, in his life 
of Mrs. Hutchinson, says that in these trials he urged in- 
dulgence and charity and that his firm stand was the 
more remarkable as he had more to lose than any on ac- 
count of his popularity, wealth and prominence and that 
he would without doubt have been Governor of Mass. 
Bay Colony but for this action. 

All who came under condemnation for sympathy with 
Mrs. Hutchinson were warned to remove from the Col- 
ony, and a small company, with Coddington at their head, 
purchased of Canonicus and Miantonomi, chief Sachems 
of the Narragansetts, the beautiful and fertile Island of 
Aquidneck, for "forty fathoms of white peag"; and for 
the additional gratuity of "ten coats and twenty hoes" 
the resident Indians agreed to move away. Here at Po- 
casset (Portsmouth), with Coddington as Judge they 
began a new settlement, a Christian state where all who 

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bore that name might worship God according to the dic- 
tates of conscience, untrammelled by written articles of 
faith and unawed by civil power. Their Civil Compact 
reads as follows : 

"The 7th day of the first month 1638(7 Mch.1638). We 
whose names are underwritten do hereby solemnly in the 
presence of Jehovah incorporate ourselves into a Bodie 
Politick, and as he shall help will submit our persons, 
lives and estate unto Our Lord, Jesus Christ, the King 
of Kings and Lord of Lords, and to all those perfect and 
most absolute laws of his given us in his holy word of 
truth to be guided and judged thereby." — Exod. XXIV 
3, 4 ; 2 Chron. XI. 3 ; 2 Kings, XI. 17." 

The following spring some moved to the southwest end 
of the Island, and began the settlement of Newport. 
Coddington, (as Judge) and eight others signed the 
agreement upon which the town was organized, 1639. 
Both towns were considered as belonging to the same 
Colony. In imitation, however, of the form of govern- 
ment which existed under the Judges of Israel during 
the period of the Hebrew Commonwealth, each of the 
two settlements called their chief magistrate Judge, Wm. 
Hutchinson being Judge of Portsmouth, and Coddington 
of Newport. Here he acquired a large property, and is 
said to have been the first in Newport to engage in com- 
merce, for which that city became famous later. 

In 1640 the two towns of Portsmouth and Newport 
united, and the title of the chief magistrate was changed 
to Governor. Coddington was elected to that office, and 
served until 1647. 

A free and absolute charter was granted the Colony 

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by Parliament in 1644, and in May, 1647, the corpor- 
ators met at Portsmouth and organized the new govern- 
ment under the charter. Coddington was one of the four 
Assistants chosen. The next year he was elected Chief 
Magistrate of Rhode Island, the title then being Presi- 
dent. 

He seems now to have headed the unsuccessful party 
who sought a union with the United Colonies of New 
England, and his willingness to make concessions to se- 
cure this union made him unpopular with the majority. 
He went again to England in 1649, an ^ while there ob- 
tained from the Council of State, probably with the aid 
of his friend Sir Henry Vane, a commission dated Apl. 
3, 1651, which appointed him Governor of Rhode Island 
for life, with a Council of six to assist him. This ap- 
parently annulled the Charter of 1644, and made him 
practically Dictator. The Island towns submitted silent- 
ly, but the mainland towns refused to recognize his au- 
thority, met as before in General Assembly, and the feel- 
ing of resentment was very strong. It is said of him 
that "he was decidedly aristocratic in his tendencies and 
inclined to be autocratic in his dealings with his fellow 
colonists." "He had in him a little too much of the 
future for Massachusetts, and a little too much of the 
past for Rhode Island, as she then was." 

The opposition to Coddington's usurpation grew. 
Roger Williams and John Clark were sent to England 
and succeeded in getting his commission revoked in 1652, 
and for a time he retired to private life. 

His wife Mary had died in 1647, and during this last 
visit to England in 1649, he married his third wife, Ann 

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Brinley. He had joined the Friends and now espoused 
their cause with great vigor, and became one of their 
most distinguished champions. 

For seven years he refused to lay down his Royal 
Commission as Governor, and it was not until 1656 that 
he finally publicly professed his submission. He was elect- 
ed Commissioner the same day, and served until 1663, 
and was one of the patentees named in the "Great Char- 
ter" of 1663 incorporating the "Colony of Rhode Island 
and Providence Plantations" which served for 180 years 
as the organic law of the State until the Constitution was 
adopted in 1842. He was Deputy in 1666, Assistant 1666- 
7, Deputy Gov. 1673-4, and in 1674 at the age of seventy- 
three he was again elected Governor of the Colony, and 
re-elected in 1675, his two years of service at this time 
covering the critical period of the Narragansett war. 

The Great Charter expressly provided that no Colony 
should declare war against the Narragansetts without 
the knowledge and consent of the Governor of Rhode 
Island and on this provision Coddington took his stand, 
and vigorously opposed the action of the United Colo- 
nies. While Rhode Island through its Executive pro- 
tested, there were many volunteers who enlisted with the 
Colonial troops and took part in the Great Swamp Fight. 

In the next general election, May, 1676, the war party 
were successful and Coddington was defeated. He now 
retired again from public life, but in Aug., 1678, on the 
death of Gov. Arnold, he was chosen Governor to fill the 
vacancy. When the next regular session of the Assem- 
bly was held, Oct. 30, 1678, it was announced that Gov. 
Coddington was on his death bed, and the Assembly ad- 
journed. 

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He died Nov. i, 1678, in the seventy-eighth year of his 
age, "a good man and full of days." Arnold says, — "He 
was a man of vigorous intellect, of strong passions, ear- 
nest in whatever he undertook, and self-reliant in all 
his actions. Such a man could not fail to occupy a prom- 
inent place in any community." 

His portrait hangs in the State House at Providence 
and he is called by several historians the Father and 
Founder of Rhode Island. 



GOV. THOMAS HINCKLEY. 

BY EDWARD BDAKB YOUNG. 

Thomas Hinckley, the last Governor of Plymouth Col- 
ony, was born in Tenterden, Kent County, England, 
about the year 1618. His parents, Samuel and Sarah 
Hinckley, with their four children, sailed from Sand- 
wich in the ship Hercules, in the latter part of March, 
1635. Arriving in Boston, they went at once to Scitu- 
ate, where they remained some five years, and then re- 
moved to Barnstable. 

From this town, Thomas Hinckley was elected Dep- 
uty to the General Court in 1645, an d was frequently re- 
elected till 1658. From that year until 1681 he was an 
Assistant, being also Deputy Governor in 1680. In 1681 
he succeeded Josiah Winslow as Governor of the Colony, 
and held that office, except during the administration of 
Andros, until Plymouth was united with Massachuetts 
under the charter of 1692, in which he was named as one 
of the Councillors. He was one of the Council of Sir 

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Edmund Andros, (1686-9), like many others accepting 
the position "without any allowance from the public," for 
the purpose of protecting as far as possible the interests 
of the people. That his efforts were appreciated is 
shown by the fact that immediately upon the deposition 
of Andros, the former Governor was recalled to his office. 
He was for many years one of the Commissioners of the 
United Colonies. Meanwhile he was prominent in local 
affairs; was clerk of the town of Barnstable, judge of 
probate, and a member of the council of war. 

He was a man of strong and upright character, great 
energy and vigorous intellect. When first elected As- 
sistant he took the place of one who had failed of re- 
election because of his sympathies with the, Quakers. 
Governor Hinckley seems to have considered the rights 
of this sect from a legal standpoint, and was an active 
supporter of strict legislation against them. This was 
a cause of regret to him in his later years. He is said to 
have been the best read lawyer in the colony. He ar- 
gued a case at Plymouth as late as March 27th, 1705, 
less than a month before his will was presented for pro- 
bate. 

He had the general oversight and inspection of the gov- 
ernment of the Indians in the colony ; was empowered to 
hold court among them with jurisdiction in all (except 
capital) criminal cases and in all civil controversies, and 
took a deep interest in their spiritual and temporal wel- 
fare. In 1672 he was made steward of the income set 
apart for the maintenance of the first school established 
by law in Plymouth. During his whole public career 
he gave his best efforts to the establishment and sup- 

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port of a system of free schools. He also sought to have 
suitable provision made for the support of ministers of 
the gospel. 

After the Revolution of 1689 in England, Governor 
Hinckley took a leading part in the attempt to procure for 
Plymouth a new and independent charter. John Cot- 
ton, urging him to visit London for this object, writes 
"I believe none amongst us will be free to trust any but 
yourself." He was unable to go, however, and the char- 
ter was never obtained. 

He married December 4, 1641, Mary, daughter of 
Thomas and Welthean Richards of Weymouth, by whom 
he had eight children. She died June 25, 1659, an d he 
married March 16, 1659/60, for his second wife, Mary, 
widow of Nathaniel Glover and only child of Quarter- 
master John Smith and his wife Mary (Ryder) Smith, of 
Dorchester. By her he had nine children. She was very 
beautiful, and is said to have been the most accomplished 
and intelligent woman in the colony. She died July 29, 
1703, and verses written upon her death by her husband, 
then aged 85 years have been preserved. He died in 
April, 1705, at the age of 87, leaving a large estate, and 
was buried at Barnstable. In 1829 some of his descend- 
ants erected to his memory a stone which incorrectly 
states the year of his death and his age. 

The numerous descendants of Governor Hinckley can 
read with pride this notice of him by Mr. Freeman : "A 
gentleman of distinguished reputation and of great en- 
ergy of character, who, as we have seen, filled a large 
space in the history of the county of Barnstable, and es- 
pecially in the affairs of the Plymouth Colony. In truth 

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it may be said it was his to fill a large space in the world's 
history. He had stood by the cradle of the colony in its 
infancy, and 'had been, from first to last, the associate, in 
weal or woe, of its great and good men, and had lived, 
himself the chief among the surviving, to see the last 
chapter written in its immortal annals. " 



GOV. THOMAS MAYHEW. 

BY CHARLES PHELPS NOYES. 

Gov. Thomas Mayhew, of Martha's Vineyard, was a 
son of "Mathew Maow and Ales Barter" of Tisbury 
Wiltshire, England, and was baptized there April i, 1593. 

He emigrated to New England in 1631 and settled in 
Watertown, Mass. 

He had been a merchant in Southampton, England, 
and intended to engage in business here, but being dis- 
appointed in his plans, bought a farm at Watertown, and 
during the succeeding years received many important 
appointments from the General Court. He built the first 
bridge over the Charles River; was proprietor of the 
mill, the fishing weirs, and for a time of the Oldham 
Farm and the Bradstreet Farm in Cambridge. He also 
served as Deputy for Watertown from 1636 to 1644 
except in 1642. 

In 1641 the Earl of Stirling granted him a patent of 
Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket and Elizabeth Islands, in 
which it is stated that "the government Mayhew shall set 
up shall be such as is now established in the Massachu- 
setts aforesaid." He started a colony of English fami- 

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lies in the Islands and sent with them as their pastor his 
only son Thomas, then but 21 years of age, whose work 
in civilizing and christianizing the Indians was remark- 
ably successful from the beginning. Gov. Mayhew fol- 
lowed later and settled in Edgartown in 1647 when he 
became Governor, the "Lordship of the Isles" remaining 
in the family until 1710. 

In 1657 his son, Rev. Thomas Mayhew, embarked for 
England, where he intended to make a short visit, but 
was lost at sea. Finding it impossible to procure anyone 
who understood the language to continue his son's work. 
Gov. Mayhew, although then 70 years of age, gave him- 
self to the work of minister among the Indians, and con- 
tinued it with such success until his death, that they 
refused to join in King Philip's War, but patrolled the 
shores and protected the islands from the warring tribes. 

He died March 25, 1682, in the 90th year of his age, 
and the good work of "gospelizing the Indians" was suc- 
cessfully carried on by his descendants for several gen- 
erations. 



MAJOR JOHN MASON. 

BY FREMONT NATHAN JAYNES. 

Major John Mason, born in England in 1600, was one 
of the early emigrants to New England, who had been 
bred to arms in the religious and political wars of the Low 
Countries, in which he had served as Lieutenant, under 
Sir Thomas Fairfax. The military training there re- 
ceived was the best the age afforded, and men who had 

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been under its rigid discipline were indeed needed to 
meet the emergencies of the early settlement of our colo- 
nies. 

Mason came to New England in 1630 and the first 
notice of him after his arrival associates him with John 
Gallup in an expedition sent by the Magistrates of Mas- 
sachusetts against a company of pirates in 1632. In 1633 
he was Captain of Militia at Dorchester, Mass., and in 
1634 was appointed by the General Court to plan the forti- 
fiations of Boston Harbor, and later the erection of a bat- 
tery on Castle Island. He represented Dorchester at the 
General Court in 1634-1635. In 1635 he made the difficult 
journey to the banks of the Connecticut River, opening 
the way for Hooker and his company who followed in 
1636. He was one of the pioneers and founders of Wind- 
sor, where he lived until 1647 when he removed to Say- 
brook "to have the oversight of the Fort." The slaugh- 
ter of a party of white people at Wethersfield called for 
retaliatory measures, and Mason was commissioned by 
the General Court in 1637, to command the Connecticut 
forces in the war with the Pequots which followed. He 
thus became the leader in the most important single af- 
fair in all the early warfare of the Colonists with the 
Indians. 

Soon after the close of the Pequot War, the General 
Court of Connecticut in 1638 made Mason the Major 
General of the Connecticut forces and he continued in 
this office until his death. 

In 1658 he moved to Norwich where he lived during 
the remainder of his life. 

He held every post of honor in the gift of the Colony, 

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save that of Governor. He was Assistant 1642 to 1660; 
Commissioner for the United Colonies 1647 to 1661 ; or- 
ganized the First Connecticut Cavalry 1658; was Deputy 
Governor 1660 to 1670; Patentee of Connecticut, and 
Deputy Governor under the Royal Charter of Charles II 
1662. 

During the two years of Gov. Winthrop's absence in 
England to secure the charter, Maj. Mason, then Deputy 
Governor, discharged all the duties of Chief Magistrate. 

Mason was the Indian Agent of the Colony to the close 
of his life. He was frequently sent to arbitrate, to quell 
rising feuds, to collect tribute and to endeavor to keep 
peace between the Mohegans and the Narragansetts, who, 
after the Pequot War, maintained incessant hostilities up 
to the time of King Philip's War. 

At the request of the General Court of Connecticut, he 
prepared an account of the Pequot War, which was pub- 
lished by Increase Mather in 1677, and re-published 
1736. He died in Norwich, Conn., 1672. 



CAPTAIN RICHARD BEERS. 

BY WILLIAM GARDNER WHITE. 

Capt. Richard Beers was born in England in 1612 and 
came to Watertown, Mass., about 1630. He was admit- 
ted a freeman of Watertown in 1637, and was its Deputy 
to the General Court for thirteen years from 1663 to 
1676. He was also selectman for a period of thirty-one 
years, and filled both these offices at the opening of King 
Philip's War. He was a soldier in the Pequot War in 

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i637> participating as he himself says "in two several 
designs, where the Lord delivered them into our hands." 

He was a Sergeant at Watertown in 1642 when the 
Court ordered him to superintend "the breeding of salt- 
petre"; Lieutenant from 1665 to 1672, and commander 
of the Watertown company during the early part of 
King Philip's War with the rank of Captain. 

Capt. Beers took an active part in the early campaigns 
of King Philip's War, and so much of his service in the 
cause of the Colonies was rendered at that time that it 
seems appropriate to refer to it somewhat in detail. 

In the latter part of July, 1675, a levy had been made 
in Essex County, and when the news of the disaster at 
Brookfield reached the Council on August 4th or 5th, a 
company under Capt. Lathrop and the Watertown com- 
pany under Capt. Beers were at once ordered to march 
to its relief. They arrived at Brookfield on Saturday 
afternoon, August 7th, and on the following Monday or 
Tuesday they marched out to "Meminimisset, where 
Capt. Hutchinson and Capt. Wheeler were assaulted," 
but finding no sign of Indians, the Watertown company 
under Capt. Beers returned to Brookfield. On August 
15th Capts. Lathrop and Beers with their companies 
marched to Springfield, and were there joined by the 
forces under Capt. Watts, and spent several days explor- 
ing the country along the Swift and the Connecticut 
Rivers. On August 23rd, all of these companies were 
at Hadley, and it was determined to disarm the Hadley 
Indians who had gathered at their fort on the west side 
of the river, about half way between Hadley and North- 
ampton. The Indians, however, fled on the 24th, and 

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on the morning of the 25th of August, Capts. Lathrop 
and Beers with about 100 men came upon them unex- 
pectedly at a place called Sugar Loaf Hill, about ten 
miles above Hatfield. The exact spot at which the en- 
gagement which ensued took place, is not known, but 
it continued for about three hours during which the Eng- 
lish lost nine men. 

The troops marched back to Hatfield, and then to Had- 
ley, which was at this time the headquarters of the Eng- 
lish, and in the early part of September, Capts. Lathrop 
and Beers organized a force to relieve the garrison at 
Northfield. While this expedition was in preparation, 
and on September 2nd, when the Northfield people and 
the garrison soldiers were in the fields at work, a large 
body of Indians suddenly fell upon that town, killed 
many of the people, burned all of their exposed houses, 
and destroyed their cattle and crops. 

Although Hadley was only thirty miles from North- 
field, Capt. Beers was unaware of this assault, and on 
Friday morning, September 3rd he set forth with thirty- 
six men and one ox team, on his march to bring off the 
garrison and its people. The march was slow and toil- 
some, and darkness came upon them when still three or 
four miles from Northfield, compelling them to encamp 
for the night It is supposed that their camp was near 
the small stream called "Four-mile brook." Early on 
the morning of Saturday the 4th, Capt. Beers with most 
of his force started on foot, and leaving the horses at the 
camp with a small guard, and taking the team with the 
stores and ammunition, advanced towards the town, still 
ignorant of the previous day's assault, and, it seems, en- 

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tirely unsuspicious of an enemy in the vicinity. He ap- 
pears to have kept on the high plain till he came in sight 
of the little brook, now known as "Saw-mill brook." The 
ravine was now covered with a rank growth of grass 
and ferns and the leaves were thick on the young trees 
and it was at this place that the Indians had placed their 
ambuscade. He advanced across the brook by the accus- 
tomed fording place, and just at the passage, and when 
his company was most exposed, was furiously attacked 
in front and flank, and all were thrown into great con- 
fusion, but soon rallied and fought bravely for their 
lives, only to be forced back by superior numbers some 
three-quarters of a mile to a narrow ravine on the south 
of a hill now known as "Beer's Hill." Here a stand 
was made, and here the little band fought about their 
leader, with the courage of desperation, till their ammu- 
nition was exhausted and the Captain with nearly every 
man had fallen ; only a few escaped, joined the guard left 
behind with the horses, and made their way back to Had- 
ley, thirteen in all. An undoubted tradition points out 
the grave of Capt. Beers in the ravine where he fell. 



MAJOR WILLIAM BRADFORD. 

BY WILLIAM GARDNER WHITE. 

Major William Bradford was born at Plymouth, Mass., 
June 17th, 1624, and became one of the most prominent 
and important men of the Colony. He lived at Jones 
River, now Kingston in the same house in which his 
father, Governor William Bradford, had lived from 1627 

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to 1647. A portion of this farm has never been sold but 
has descended by inheritance or bequest to its present 
owners. A part including the home lot, was sold in 1822 
to Francis Drew, who had married into the Bradford 
family, and on September 30th, 1897, it passed to the 
Massachusetts Society of Mayflower descendants as a 
memorial of Governor William Bradford, and his son 
Major William Bradford. It is situated on a slight emi- 
nence overlooking the Jones River, the monument to 
Miles Standish being in full view about three miles dis- 
tant, while Plymouth can also be distinctly seen at a dis- 
tance of about four miles. 

Here Major Bradford reared his large family of fif- 
teen children. He was thrice married; first to Alice 
Richards, second to Widow Wiswall, and third to Mary 
Atwood Holmes, the widow of Rev. John Holmes of 
Duxbury. In 1657 and 1658, Major Bradford was Dep- 
uty from Plymouth; in 1658 he became Assistant in 
which office he served for twenty-four successive years, 
and for the last ten years of the existence of Plymouth 
Colony he filled the office of Deputy Governor except 
for the three years of the tyranny of Andros. He was 
Commissioner for twelve years; member of the Council 
of War 1657 and 1667; Treasurer of Plymouth Colony 
most of the time between 1679 and 1690, and Judge of 
Probate from 1695 to 1702. 

Next to Miles Standish he was the chief military offi- 
cer of the Colony. He was commissioned Ensign of 
the Plymouth Military Company in 1648 and was made 
Captain of a Troop of Horse in 1659 ; in King Philip's 
War he was Commander in Chief of the Plymouth forces 

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with the rank of Major. He took part in the Great 
Swamp Fight, December 19th, 1675, and was severely 
wounded during the battle. 

In 1679 the office of Moderator having been established 
by the town, he was requested by vote of the inhabitants 
to preside at all the town meetings, and this vote was 
confirmed and renewed without any further reference to 
the office until 1717, when another person was chosen. 
In 1 69 1 he was a member of the Council of Massachu- 
setts. 

Jones River, where Major Bradford lived, takes its 
name from Capt. Jones of the Mayflower, who was one 
of the exploring party that went three miles up the river 
on December 29th, 1620. About 1855, Francis Drew 
made excavations in the old cellar of the Bradford house, 
and found numerous bricks and a few household arti- 
cles. People of middle age well remember several apple 
trees in the old orchard, which stood in a decaying con- 
dition until about 1840. It is believed they were planted 
in 1669, and one of them was left standing and bore a 
small quantity of fruit as late as 1876. 

Major Bradford died March 1st, 1704, at the age of 
eighty years. He had requested to be buried beside his 
father, but at the time of the funeral, the road to Ply- 
mouth was impassable from snow. The funeral proces- 
sion therefore followed the shore of the harbor for about 
two and one-half miles, so that the dead veteran entered 
the town of Plymouth, close by the rock on which his 
father originally landed. 

A slab of slate still in good condition stands over his 

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grave on Burial Hill. The inscription upon this stone is 

as follows: 

He lived long and still was doing good, 
And in his country's service lost much blood ; 
After a life well spent, he's now at rest, 
His very name and memory is blest. 



GENERAL ARTEMAS WARD. 

BY WILLIAM GARDNER WHITE. 

General Artemas Ward was born November 27th, 1727, 
at Shrewsbury, Mass. His father, Col. Nahum Ward, 
was one of the prominent men of the Colony, and one of 
the proprietors and first settlers of Shrewsbury. He 
was for many years Deputy to the General Court, and 
held the military rank of Colonel. 

In 1752 at the early age of twenty-five years, Artemas 
Ward was commissioned Justice of the Peace, and in 
1755 was commissioned Major of the 3rd Regiment of 
Militia of the Counties of Worcester and Middlesex, com- 
manded by Col. Abraham Williams. In 1758 he was 
made Major of the Regiment commanded by Col. Wil- 
liam Williams, and which had been raised for the in- 
vasion of Canada. This expedition was commanded by 
Gen. Abercrombie, and Major Ward returned from it 
with the rank of Lieut. Colonel. 

A little later he succeeded Col. Abraham Williams in 
command of the 3rd Regiment. He took an active part 
in the controversies that preceded the Revolution, be- 
tween the Governors of the Colony and the House of 

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Representatives, and it is said that it was his practice to 
give political as well as military instruction to the troops 
under his command, and for this reason his commission 
as Col. of Militia was revoked by the Governor, a letter 
to that effect being forwarded by special messenger. 

In losing the confidence of the Governor, however, he 
shared more fully in that of the public. In 1768, the 
House of Representatives, being disposed to surround the 
Governor with a Council composed of men approved for 
their patriotism and ability, elected him as one of the 
members of that body, but the Governor negatived their 
choice. 

October 27th, 1774, the Provincial Congress then sit- 
ting at Cambridge, elected Jedediah Preble, Artemas 
Ward and Seth Pomroy as General Officers to take rank 
in the order above stated. On the 19th day of May fol- 
lowing, General Ward was appointed Commander in 
Chief of all the forces in Massachusetts, and on the 17th 
day of June, 1775, he was chosen by the Continental Con- 
gress to be the first Major General of the Continental 
Army. 

His services in the Revolution as a Major General, 
and as a member of the Continental Congress, are too 
well known to need special mention. He died October 
27th, 1800, at the age of seventy- three, and is buried in 
the old burying ground at Shrewsbury. He is said to 
have been fearless in speech and resolute in manner, and 
he at all times freely denounced such Parliamentary meas- 
ures as encroached on the rights of the Colonies, and 
which the Governors if they did not recommend, at least 

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sought to enforce in forcible language and by arbitrary 
laws. 

The letter revoking his commission as Colonel to which 
reference has been made, was in the following language : 

'"Boston, June 30th, 1766. 

To Artemas Ward, Esq., 

Sir : I am ordered by the Governor to signify to you 
that he has thought fit to supersede your commission as 
Colonel in the Regiment of Militia lying in part in the 
County of Worcester, and partly in the County of Mid- 
dlesex, and your said commission is superseded accord- 
ingly. I am Sir; 

Your most obedient and humble servant, 

JOHN COTTON, 
Deputy Secretary.'' 

As the messenger who delivered this letter, was in full 
uniform he attracted the attention of many citizens of 
Shrewsbury who were present when he delivered it to 
Col. Ward, and they at once enquired of him if he had 
important news. Whereupon he read the letter aloud, 
and then turning to the messenger said, "Give my com- 
pliments to the Governor, and say to him that I consider 
myself twice honored, and more in being superseded, than 
in having been commissioned, and that I thank him for 
this letter, since the motive that dictated it is evidence 
that / am what he is not, a friend to my country." 



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GOVERNOR WILLIAM BRADFORD. 

BY FREMONT NATHAN JAYNES. 

Governor William Bradford was born in Austerfield, 
England, in 1589. At an early age he declared himself a 
Separatist and joined the band of worshipers which met 
at Scrooby in the Brownist Church, organized by William 
Brewster, and which was persecuted by the Church of 
England. 

Persecution followed and James I declared that he 
would "harry them out of the land or worse.'' In this 
emergency they decided to remove to Holland where they 
could worship God as they wished. When about to start, 
seven members of the company including Bradford, were 
seized by the King's forces and cast into prison. Brad- 
ford, because of his youth, was released sooner than the 
others, and joined "his friends in Amsterdam where he 
learned the trade of silk dyeing. At the end of three 
years, he came into possession of his inheritance, which 
he converted into money, and established himself in 
business. In 1609 the colony removed to Leyden where 
they remained about ten years, during which time Brad- 
ford became active in promoting the scheme of emigrat- 
ing to an English Colony. 

A patent was obtained for a tract of land in Virginia, 
and on the 5th of September, 1620, Bradford embarked 
at Southampton in the Mayflower with the first hundred 
passengers that left for America. 

By stress of weather they were prevented from land- 
ing within the territory of the Virginia Company, and 
finding themselves in a region beyond the limits of the 

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patent they drew up and signed a "Compact of Govern- 
ment." At this first New England Town Meeting, held 
in the cabin of the Mayflower in Cape Cod Harbor, No- 
vember nth, 1620, John Carver was confirmed in the 
office of Governor. After many weary exploring tours, 
the little band of Pilgrims finally landed on Plymouth 
Rock, December 21st, 1620. Governor Carver died April 
2ist, 1621, and William Bradford was elected to succeed 
him. With the exception of one period of two years, 
and one of three, when he declined to serve, (and during 
which he was either Deputy Governor or Assistant) he 
was continued in office each year thereafter until his 
death in 1657. 

This fact sufficiently indicates his paramount influence 
upon the Colony, an influence due not only to the unsel- 
fishness and gentleness of his nature, but also to his great 
practical abilities as a Governor. 

Indeed it was chiefly owing to his energy and fore- 
thought that the Colony at the most critical period of its 
history was not visited by overwhelming disaster. 

Among the earliest acts of his administration was to 
send an embassy to confirm the league entered into with 
the Indian Sachem, Massasoit, the most influential and 
powerful of the native chiefs. Bradford's thorough un- 
derstanding of Indian character, and his prompt action, 
tact and bravery, saved many lives and won for him the 
love and respect of his people. In addition to the office 
of Governor, Deputy Governor, and Assistant, he repre- 
sented Plymouth at the meeting of the Commissioners of 
the United Colonies at Boston in 1647, 1648, 1649 an <i 
1656, being President of that Congress from 1648 to 

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1656. He was a member of the Council of War in 1642, 
and President of the Council from 1643 to l ^53- 

Though in his youth Governor Bradford had been giv- 
en scant opportunity for acquiring knowledge, later in 
life he studied the languages, and was also a student of 
History, Philosophy and Theology. His pen was as 
busy as his brain and though but one of his works, (a 
diary of occurrences, covering the first year of the Col- 
ony) was published during his life, many others have 
been handed down as valuable, both from an historical 
and literary point of view. 

Five of his manuscripts were published in the Collec- 
tions of the Massachusetts Historical Society, and four 
of them appear in Young's Chronicles of the Pilgrim 
Fathers. The Manuscript of his principal work, "The 
History of Plymouth Plantation," was lost for many 
years, but in 1864 was found in the library of the Bishop 
of London at Fulham. Upon the petition of the United 
States Ambassador the Consistory Court of the Diocese 
of London, sitting at St. Paul's March 25th, 1897, or- 
dered the manuscript to be delivered to him for trans- 
mission to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and 
Ambassador Bayard, in whose care it was placed, deliv- 
ered it to the Governor of Massachusetts, May 26th, 1897. 

Governor Bradford last presided in Court, February 
13th, 1657. 

He died in Plymouth May 9th, 1657. 



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SERGEANT BENJAMIN WAIT. 

BY WILLIAM GARDNER WHITE. 

Of the rugged, fearless men who settled the Connecti- 
cut Valley and who not only endured with cheerfulness 
the customary trials and privations of a pioneer life, but 
who also without flinching faced danger and death in 
their most awful and hideous forms, and who, in it all, 
rarely turned their backs either upon an enemy or a 
duty, Sergt. Benjamin Wait, of Hatfield, may well stand 
as an example and a type. Of humble origin, never hav- 
ing held civil office and with a military rank at no time 
higher than that of Sergeant, it is still true that his ca- 
reer possesses more than a local interest, and that his 
memory deserves to be cherished as truly as that of many 
a man of more distinguished rank, whom posterity has 
honored and history made famous. 

His life was a fair sample of the men of his time, and 
was spent in cultivating the soil and in fighting Indians, 
and as the fearless guide and the leader of many scout- 
ing expeditions, he became locally known as the most 
noted Indian Fighter of the Connecticut Valley. 

We know nothing of his birth and parentage, but upon 
good authority he is believed to have been a brother of 
William Wait, Sr., of Northampton. We first hear of 
him at Hadley in 1664, and a little later he settled at 
Hatfield, where he continued to reside until his death in 
1704. He had evidently seen service before he came to 
Western Massachusetts but from the opening of King 
Philip's War until his death, he was frequently engaged 
in expeditions against the Indians, usually in the capacity 

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of guide or scout, because of his familiarity with Indian 
ways and methods of warfare. 

In the spring of 1676, he acted as one of the guides in 
the expedition of Capt. William Turner, which termin- 
ated so disastrously to the settlers in the so-called "Fall's 
Fight" of May 19th of that year, and throughout the 
war which fell with such crushing force upon the set- 
tlers in the valley, he was almost constantly in service. 

Few portions of New England suffered more from 
this war than the Connecticut Valley, and few towns sus- 
tained a greater loss than Hatfield. During the three 
years of the War, twenty-seven of its inhabitants were 
killed, and nineteen made prisoners, a loss that was great- 
er in proportion to its population than any of the towns 
in the valley. 

"From one-third to one-half the houses were burned, 
and the greater part of their kine, sheep and horses killed, 
or driven off." 

The severest attack upon the town was made more 
than a year after the war was considered closed. At 
eleven o'clock in the forenoon of the 19th of September, 
1677, while most of the men were dispersed in the mead- 
ows, and unsuspicious of danger, a party of Indians 
suddenly assaulted the few men left at home, and who 
were then at work on the frame house outside the palis- 
ades, killed three of them, and then fell upon the defense- 
less women and children. Before help could come they 
had burned seven houses, killed nine more persons, mak- 
ing twelve in all, wounded four, taken seventeen captives 
and escaped to the cover of the woods. The quickness 
and suddenness of the movement assured its success, and 

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the people seemed to have been so paralyzed by the at- 
tack that they made no earnest effort at rescue. 

The Indians went that day to Deerfield where they 
killed one man, captured four others, and then halted for 
the night. They spent the second night at Northfield, 
West Meadow, and then proceeded further up the river 
to a point about twenty miles above Northfield where 
they built a long wigwam and remained about three 
weeks. About the middle of October the party moved 
on across the country to Lake Champlain and thence to 
Canada. With perhaps an individual exception these 
seventeen from Hatfield, and those taken from Deerfield 
were the first captives from the valley who had endured 
the sufferings and peril of a march through the then al- 
most impassable wilderness. The captives taken in the 
two proceeding years were with two exceptions either 
burned at the stake or otherwise tortured to death. 

At the time of the attack, Sergf. Wait was absent from 
the town, and upon his return he found that his house 
had been burned to ashes, and that his family, consisting 
of his wife, Martha, and three little girls aged, two, four 
and six respectively, had been carried into captivity. His 
wife was the daughter of John Leonard of Springfield 
who was killed by the Indians during the same year. 
Inured to woodcraft, and familiar with the Indian cus- 
toms, it was evident to him that any immediate attempt 
at rescue might result in the death of the captives, but 
after enduring a month of suspense, Wait and his friend 
Stephen Jennings, whose family had been captured, de- 
termined to ascertain the fate of their friends, and re- 
deem them if found alive. With a commission from the 

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Governor of Massachusetts, they set out from Hatfield 
October 24th and went by way of Westfield to Albany 
then the only traveled road to Canada. 

The authorities at Albany who. were on friendly terms 
with the French and their Indian allies, blocked their 
plans and sent them on a false pretence to New York, and 
it was the tenth of December before they finally started 
on their journey. A Frenchman whom they hired to 
act as guide, was bribed by the Dutch Governor, and be- 
trayed them, and they were forced to engage a Mohawk 
Indian to take them to Lake George. This savage proved 
true, and fitted up a canoe, and made a rough drawing 
upon birch bark of the lakes by which they were to pass. 
The quaint language of Hubbard's History of New Eng- 
land continues the narrative as follows : 

"They were three days passing the first lakes, and then 
carrying their canoe two miles over a neck of land, they 
entered the great lake where the second day, they, hoping 
to trust to the ice, left their canoe, but having traveled 
one day upon the ice, they were forced to return back to 
fetch their canoe, and then went by water till they came 
to the land, being windbound six days in the interim ; so 
as they made it about the first of January, having trav- 
eled three days without a bit of bread, or any other re- 
lief but some raccoon's flesh which they had killed in a 
hollow tree. On the 6th day of January they came to 
Chamblee, a small village of ten houses belonging to the 
French, only by the way, they met with a bag of biscuit 
and a bottle of brandy in an empty wigwam, with which 
they were not a little refreshed, and in traveling towards 
Sorell, fifteen miles distant from thence they came to a 



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lodging of Indians among whom they found the wife of 
Jennings." 

They found the remainder of the captives at Sorell, 
and to his great joy, Wait found that a little daughter 
had been added to his family. He named her Canada. 
She afterwards married Joseph Smith of Hatfield, son 
of the John Smith who was killed in the Hatfield Mead- 
ows May 30th, 1676, and from that marriage, the founder 
of Smith's College, Northampton, was descended. 

Unable to secure the captives without the assistance of 
the French authorities, they went down to Quebec. Here 
they were well entertained by the Governor, who granted 
their desire, and assigned them a guard of eleven sol- 
diers for their journey to Albany. They left Quebec on 
the 19th day of April, and Sorell on the 2nd day of May, 
having redeemed all the captives who were then living. 
They reached Albany on their return May 22nd. 

From Albany a messenger was sent to Hatfield with 
letters telling of their success and need of assistance. 
Let Wait's letter tell its own story. 

"Albany, May 23rd, 1678. 

To my loving Friends and Kindred at Hatfield : 

These few lines are to let you understand that we are 
arrived at Albany now with the captives, and we now 
stand in need of assistance, for my charges are very great 
and heavy ; and therefore any that have any love to our 
condition, let it move them to come to help us in this 
strait. Three of the captives are murdered, Old Good- 
man Plymouth, Samuel Foote's daughter, and Samuel 
Russell. All the rest are alive and well, and now at 



Albany, namely : Obadiah Dickinson and his child, Mary 
Foote and her child, Hannah Jennings and three children, 
Abigail Allis, Abigail Bartholomew, Goodman Coleman's 
children ; Samuel Kellogg, my wife and four children and 
Quintin Stockwell. I pray you hasten the matter, for it 
requireth great haste. Stay not for the Sabbath nor 
shoeing of horses. We shall endeavor to meet you at 
Kanterhook ; it may be at Housatonock. We must come 
very softly, because of our wives and children. I pray 
you hasten, stay not night nor day, for the matter re- 
quireth haste. Bring provisions with you for us. Your 

loving kinsman, 

BENJAMIN WAIT. 

P. S. At Albany written from mine own hand. As 
I have been affected to yourselves all that were father- 
less, be affected to me now, and hasten the matter, and 
stay not and ease me of my charges. You shall not need 
to be afraid of any enemies." 

After stopping at Albany three days they started May 
27th, and walked twenty-two miles to Kinderhook, where 
they met men and horses from Hatfield. They rode 
through the woods to Westfield, and all reached home 
safely after an absence of eight months. "The rescue of 
the captives cost about two hundred pounds, which was 
gathered by contributions among the English." 

Wait rebuilt his burned home, and in it he reared a 
family of three hardy boys in addition to the girls above 
mentioned. Although the next few years were, nomi- 
nally, years of peace, the settlers of the Connecticut Val- 
ley were at no time free from danger of Indian attack. 
King William's War and Queen Anne's War kept them 

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in a state of constant apprehension, and the peculiar qual- 
ities of Sergt. Wait as a brave and fearless guide, well 
versed in Indian warfare, found frequent opportunity for 
their exercise. On February 29th, 1704, Deerfield was 
attacked by Indians and although nearly sixty years of 
age, he was the first to start to its relief. In the battle 
that followed, he was killed in the Deerfield Meadows 
and his body was stripped and mutilated. His remains 
were buried in the Deerfield cemetery, near the railroad 
station. A local historian in speaking of the career of 
Sergt. Wait has made use of the fitting and appropriate 
words of eulogy with which we close this account : 

"We cannot refrain from saying, all honor to the brave 
scout and Indian fighter ; his name is not often mentioned 
among the heroes of those wars, but among them all, and 
among those who did most for their country's welfare 
and stood firmest in the hour of her early peril ; who 
dared and suffered, making no boasts and claiming no 
official distinction; who offered his life in sacrifice for 
those he loved; among those whose heroic deeds have 
made this beautiful valley immortal, no name is brighter, 
and no man's memory is more worthy to be cherished 
than that of Benjamin Wait. 

Thus did our fathers receive early the baptism of blood, 
by which they did enter into living covenant with him 
who was their 'Life and breath and all things'; whose 
Providence was tneir strength and defense, and whose 
grace was their hope. And thus by a 'fiery trial' were 
they fitted to give vital force to the life, shape to the char- 
acter and firm foundation to the social and religious in- 
stitutions, which are our favored heritage today." 

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GOVERNOR ROGER LUDLOW. 

BY GEORGE WINTHROP LEWIS. 

Our knowledge of the early life of Roger Ludlow is 
very limited. He was born at Dinton, Wilts County, 
England, was baptized there on the 7th of March, 1590, 
and admitted to the Inner Temple in November, 1612. 
Nothing more seems to be known concerning him until 
his name appears as one of the Assistants who were sent 
with Governor John Winthrop and Deputy Governor 
Thomas Dudley to govern the "Colony of Massachu- 
setts Bay in New England." He sailed from Plymouth, 
March 20th, 1630, on the "Mary and John" and the ship 
seems to have outsailed the others of the fleet, and was 
the first to land at Massachusetts Bay on Sunday, May 
30th of the same year. Ludlow and his friends built 
their rude houses at a place which they named Dorches- 
ter. 

On the 30th of August, 1630, the first General Court 
of the "Massachusetts Bay Company in New England" 
was held at Charlestown, and Roger Ludlow rendered 
important and valuable services in framing laws for the 
government of the Colony. One of the Ludlows was a 
member of the Long Parliament, and the family which, 
for many generations, had been of great influence, was 
among the leaders in the struggle for civil and religious 
liberty, and stoutly withstood the usurpations of the 
Crown upon the liberties of the people. Our Governor 
appears to have been, however, a pronounced aristocrat in 
New England, and he persuaded the freemen to release 
their right to elect the Governor and Deputy Governor, 

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and to give this right to the Assistants, and when the 
freemen repealed this vote, he strongly protested, and 
was sustained by others of the Assistants. This opposi- 
tion caused the freemen to adopt the plan of refusing a 
re-election to a Governor at the expiration of his term, 
and at a session of the General Court on May 14th, 1634, 
Thomas Dudley was elected Governor in place of John 
Winthrop, and Roger Ludlow was promoted to the office 
of Deputy Governor. 

When the Crown became jealous of the independence 
of the Colonies, the General Court determined to fortify 
the Harbor, and Ludlow was chosen to oversee the work 
on "Castle Island," afterwards Fort Independence, near 
the entrance of Boston Harbor. 

In October 1634, when it became necessary to treat 
with the Pequots, Ludlow was chosen to conduct the ne- 
gotiations, and he established himself in the eyes of Sas 
sacus, the chief, by sending back the first embassy sent 
by him, and refusing to treat with any but ambassadors 
of high rank. With the Sagamores who then came to 
his house, he was able to make a successful treaty and to 
impress favorably the Indians. In Massachusetts and in 
Connecticut, whenever it was necessary to deal with the 
savages, he was always energetic and effective. 

Ludlow had expected to be elected Governor at the 
annual election of 1635, but the illustrious John Haynes 
was chosen, and this seemed to have caused the ambitious 
Ludlow great disappointment, and to have induced him 
to break with the Massachusetts Colony. There were 
two reasons for his failure to be chosen, viz : his aristo- 
cratic tendencies, and his liberal church views. The lat- 

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ter reason should be noted, and also the fact that at this 
time John Winthrop had been required to givje an "ac- 
count" and that Roger Williams was under a ban and 
shortly after banished from the Colony. Liberality as to 
the granting of the franchise to others than church mem- 
bers was the offense. So sensible was the Court of his 
abilities, however, that he with Winthrop, Dudley and 
others were appointed a committee of military affairs with 
extraordinary powers. It seems that Ludlow had deter- 
mined to leave the Massachusetts Colony (although his 
action in this regard caused a day of fasting to be called 
in September, 1634,) and in 1635 he led a small party into 
Connecticut, which settled on the Connecticut River on 
land claimed by the Plymouth Colony and also by persons 
represented by Sir Richard Saltonstall. On the 3rd of 
March, 1636, he was placed at the head of a commission 
to govern the people of Connecticut. "His name heads 
the list of the first nine Courts and he was to all intents 
and purposes the first Governor of Connecticut." 

In 1636 he instituted trials by jurors and became the 
ieader in Connecticut jurisprudence. He prepared the 
Constitution of Connecticut, the first example of a writ 
ten constitution, and distinguished historians have given 
it the highest praise. Connecticut was governed under 
this constitution for one hundred and eighty years. In 
1649 he prepared "Ludlow's Code," which name is still 
retained in the laws of Connecticut, although his code 
has been called the "Blue Laws." On the nth of April, 
1639, tne government of Connecticut was organized un- 
der the Constitution with John Haynes as Governor, and 
Roger Ludlow as Deputy Governor 

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In all the records of those times the ability of this man 
is shown and particularly his promptness of action in 
times of danger, and withal a great pride and a haughty 
temper that would tolerate no opposition. His courage 
was shown when he took the responsibility of declaring 
war upon the powerful Pequots, and sending Captain 
Mason at once into the forest to meet and punish the foe. 
On the second expedition he personally accompanied the 
men who went out against the Indians 

Later he left the Colony on the Connecticut River and 
organized a new settlement at Fairfield. His independ- 
ent actions here brought him into conflict with the gov- 
ernment, and he was many times in trouble through his 
hot temper. He moved his family into Virginia, and 
finally, in 1654, returned to Dublin, Ireland, where he 
practised law during the remainder of his life. 



GOV, THOMAS DUDLEY. 

BY CHARLES PHELPS NOYES. 

Thomas Dudley, second Governor of the Colony of 
Massachusetts Bay, was born at Northampton, England, 
in 1576; was the son of Capt. Roger Dudley, who, serving 
with the forces sent to aid King Henry of Navarre, was 
slain at the battle of Ivry. Left an orphan, Thomas Dud- 
ley was taken into the family of the Earl of Northampton, 
where he remained for some years. He became a clerk 
in the office of Judge Nicholls, a kinsman of his mother, 

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which gave him an opportunity for study that he faith- 
fully improved. 

He inherited a taste for military adventure and when 
Queen Elizabeth ordered levies for the French service, 
he secured a commission, was given command of a com- 
pany, and served at the battle of Amiens under Henry IV. 

On his return to England Capt. Dudley married in 
Northampton "a gentlewoman whose extraction and 
estate were considerable." This marriage brought him 
into association with several eminent dissenting clergy- 
men, and he soon became one of the most sincere and 
inflexible of the persecuted Puritans. Soon after, 
through the recommendation of Lord Say and Sele and 
others, he secured the position of steward of the house- 
hold of the Earl of Lincoln. For ten years he had the 
management of the young Earl's affairs, and exhibited 
exceptional ability, improving the estate and increasing 
the income. He then removed for a time to Boston, Lin- 
colnshire, where he became a parishioner of Rev. John 
Cotton. The Earl of Lincoln, however, found he could 
"be no more without Mr. Dudley than Pharaoh without 
his Joseph and prevailed with him to resume his former 
employment." 

In 1629 Dudley was one of the five original under- 
takers of the settlement of Massachusetts Bay Colony, 
who met in Boston, England, for organization. The fol- 
lowing spring (1630) he came to New England in the 
ship "Arbella" with the charter, and in company with Sir 
Richard Saltonstall, John Winthrop, Isaac Johnson, Wil- 
liam Coddington, Rev. George Phillip, Simon Bradstreet, 
etc. Winthrop was elected Governor before leaving Eng- 

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land and soon after embarking Dudley, who was one of 
the older men of the colony — then 54 years of age — was 
chosen Deputy Governor. 

Upon their arrival they settled at Charlestown, but in 
the following spring Dudley established his home at 
Newtown (Cambridge), and was reproved for "bestow- 
ing so much cost about wainscoting and adorning his 
house" on account of the example. He replied that it 
was for warmth and the charge was little, "being but 
clapboards nailed to the wall in the form of wainscot.'' 

Dudley was chosen Governor in 1634, succeeding Win- 
throp, and his influence was felt immediately in im- 
proved organization. Instead of the Assistants exercising 
all the powers of government as before, a representative 
legislature was formed, consisting of three delegates 
from each town. The powers of the General Court were 
defined, trial by jury ordained, future elections provided 
for, etc. A military commission was formed, Gov. Dud- 
ley at the head, with Winthrop, Humphrey, Haynes, En- 
dicott, Coddington, Pynchon, Nowell, Bellingham and 
Bradstreet as associates. 

The following year John Haynes was chosen Governor, 
but Dudley continued in active service all his life. From 
this time of his first service as Governor (1634) until 
his death, he was either Governor or Deputy Governor 
or Assistant. When in 1650 he was elected Governor 
for the fourth time he was 74 years of age. 

In 1637 Mrs. Anne Hutchinson and her adherents di- 
vided the colony into two parties; Vane, then Governor, 
and Coddington, then Treasurer of the Colony, with Rev. 
John Cotton, were of the Antinomian party — Dudley, 

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Winthrop and others, were of the Legalists, so-called, and 
succeeded in banishing Mrs. Hutchinson and all who sup- 
ported her heresy. 

In 1644 ne was given command of all the military 
forces of the Colony, consisting then of 26 train bands 
and one troop of horse, with the title of Sergeant Major 
General. 

Shortly after the removal, in 1636, of his friend, 
Rev. Thomas Hooker, from Newtown to Connecti- 
cut Gov. Dudley removed to Ipswich, but did nor 
remain long there as his public duties required his pres- 
ence in or near Boston. He finally settled in Roxbury 
and lived there the rest of his life. He died at Roxbury 
July 31, 1653, in the 77th year of his age. He was a 
Puritan of the stern, rigid Calvinist type. A man of 
quick understanding, sound judgment, inflexible integrity, 
great public spirit and exemplary piety — was a lover of 
justice, order, the people and of the Christian religion, 
but intolerant in his zeal against heretics. He was 
shocked at the heresy of Roger Williams, who dared to 
preach liberty of conscience, and voted for his banish- 
ment. Even more active and zealous was he in procur- 
ing the banishment of Wheelwright, Mrs. Hutchinson, 
his old friend Coddington, and others. His love to his 
people was, however, shown in the establishment of good 
laws, seeing that they were enforced, and in serving in 
a public capacity for so many years at his own cost. 



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ELDER WILLIAM BREWSTER. 

BY CHARLES PHELPS NOYES. 

William Brewster, Ruling Elder and teacher, one of 
the most prominent of the Pilgrim Fathers, was the son 
of a country gentleman who, for many years, was Post- 
master at Scrooby, England. 

After taking his degree at Cambridge, he became 
Private Secretary to the Puritan, Sir William Davison, 
Secrelary of State to Queen Elizabeth, and accompanied 
him on his mission to the Netherlands to receive pos- 
session of the cautionary towns. The keys to Flushing 
delivered to Davison were by him entrusted to Brews- 
ter, who '"kept them under his pillow on which he slept 
ye first night." After the fall of the Secretary, follow- 
ing the execution of Mary Stuart in 1587, Brewster re- 
turned to Scrooby, a little hamlet on the great road from 
London to Berwick. It contained a decaying manor 
house, belonging to the Archbishop of York, and was a 
mail and post station. In time Brewster succeeded his 
father as postmaster, his royal commissions dating from 
1597 to 1609. He was manager of the station and agent 
of the Archbishop and resided in the ancient manor 
house 

One of the Separatist congregations ,was at Gains- 
borough-upon-Trent — not far from Scrooby, and Brews- 
ter and young William Bradford, afterwards Governor 
of Plymouth Colony, were among its members. In 1604 
Rev. John Robinson, later the famous minister of the 
historic church at Leyden, became their pastor. Perse- 
cution followed in James II.'s reign, the congregation 

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was broken up, but a portion consolidated at Scrooby, 
taking Robinson as their minister and there they met 
each Lord's Day and were entertained by Brewster in the 
manor house "with great love, making provision for 
them, to his great charge." This continued so long as 
they remained in England. 

Still persecuted, they "resolved to go into ye Low 
Countries." They attempted to leave in 1607, but were 
arrested and thrown into jail at Boston. "He (Brews- 
ter) was ye cheefe of those that were taken at Boston 
and suffered ye greatest loss, and of ye seven that were 
kept longst in prison, and after bound over to ye assises." 
The next year they succeeded in getting away and after 
spending a short time at Amsterdam, finally settled, 
about a hundred persons in all, in Leyden. Of this num- 
ber two only were scholars, Robinson, the minister, and 
his assistant, Brewster, the Ruling Elder, who supported 
himself and family by teaching English to the Dutch. 
He composed a grammar "after ye Latin maner," and 
later set up a printing press and established a publishing 
house devoted mainly to the issue of theological con- 
troversial works, which were very distasteful to the 
English. 

After eleven or twelve years' residence in Leyden the 
congregation for "sundrie weightie and solid reasons" 
resolved in 1620 upon removal to America, "a part to 
go before and prepare for the rest." Mr. Robinson 
remained with the major portion and Elder Brewster 
went as spiritual adviser and leader to establish the 
colonists in their new place of refuge. 

During the passage in the cabin of the Mayflower he 

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drafted the compact — which is said to have been the first 
written constitution in the world. This solemn instru- 
ment was the foundation of the Puritan Republic. 

Upon their arrival at Plymouth and during the earlier 
years of settlement, public services were conducted by 
Elder Brewster as the representative of their recog- 
nized pastor, Mr. Robinson. Even after Mr. Robinson's 
death in 1625, Elder Brewster continued to serve un- 
til in 1629, when the Rev. Ralph Smith became their 
settled minister. His friend Bradford says of him, "he 
taught twise every Saboth and yet both powerfully and 
profitably to ye great contentment of ye hearers, and 
their comfortable edification; yea, many were brought 
to God by his ministrie." He also says, "removeing into 
this countrie, after leaving Holand, where he had been 
more at ease, all these things were laid aside againe, and 
a new course of living must be framed unto ; in which he 
was no way unwilling to take his parte, and to bear his 
burthen, with ye rest, living many times without bread 
or come, many months together having many times noth- 
ing but fish and often wanting that also, and drunke 
nothing but water for many years togeather. yea, till 
within 5 or 6 years of his death. And yet he lived by 
ye blessing of God, in health till very old age and besides 
yt he would labour with his hands in ye fields as long as 
he was able." 

The record of Capt. Miles Standish's military company 
gives William Brewster as one of its members, show- 
ing that he also rendered military service, assisting in 
the defense of the colony against the Indians. 



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He died April 16, 1644, having lived more than four- 
score years. Bradford, in speaking of his death, says: 
"their Revrd, Elder, my dear and loving friend had done 
and suffered much for ye Lord Jesus and ye Gospel's 
sake, and had bore his parte in well and woe with this 
poore persecuted church above 36 years in England, 
Holand, and in this wildernes, and done ye Lord and 
them faithful service in his place and calling." 



GOV. JOHN LEVERETT. 

BY GEORGE WINTHROP LEWIS. 

Among the many passengers of the good ship "Grif- 
fen" which dropped anchor in Boston harbor on the 4th 
day of September, 1633, were such men as John Haynes, 
Rev. Thomas Hooker, Rev. John Cotton and Elder 
Thomas Leverett. With the latter was his son John, 
then a youth of seventeen. The Elder was a gentleman 
of property and influence at home and contributed to 
the transportation of his poorer neighbors to the new 
Colony, and advanced funds for the benefit of the 
Colony after reaching New England. 

On attaining his majority, John Leverett entered into 
business as a merchant at Boston and for a time dimin- 
ished his estate by unfortunate ventures. In 1642, at 
the age of twenty-six, he was sent, with Edward Hutch- 
inson, on an embassy to Miantinomi, the sachem of 
the Narragansetts, to summon that famous chieftain to 
appear before the colonists and answer the charge of 
having entered into a conspiracy with the other Indian 

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chiefs to cut off the English colonists. In this mission 
he was successful and from that time his life was given 
mainly to public service, in the halls of legislation, or 
upon the field of battle, and his noble bearing, gracious 
address and great talents gained for him honor upon 
honor until he had won everything within the gift of the 
colonists. 

In 1644 he returned to England, probably "sent out 
as a useful man," and was appointed a captain in Rains- 
borrow's regiment in the service of the Parliament, and 
his military training was gained on the historic fields 
of Naseby, Bridgewater and Bristol under Cromwell. 
After the surrender of Charles I he returned to the col- 
onies with a great reputation, and never by any false 
step or offensive self-seeking did he lose his hold upon 
the popular favor. Noble ambition, diplomacy and 
steadfast courage were remarkably combined in his char- 
acter. He was a devout churchman, without which it 
were hopeless to seek advancement in the colonies; a 
statesman and above all a daring soldier. Among war- 
like foes he had the magnetism of great intelligence and 
the advantage of great physical courage. Cotton 
Mather writes of him : "one to whom the affections of the 
freemen were signalized by his quick advances through 
the lesser stages of honor and office, unto the highest in 
the country; and one whose courage has been as much 
recommended by martial actions abroad in his younger 
years, as his wisdom and justice were at home in his 
elder." In the General Court records is found an entry 
which shows his exceeding popularity. It is the record 
of a petition of the inhabitants of the south end of Bos- 

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ton that he be confirmed their captain, but the Court 
answered : "The Court is very tender of giving any dis- 
couragement to the petitioners and having by order con- 
firmed Captain Leverett. to command a troop of horse, 
a place of greater honor and wherein he may be more 
serviceable to the country we cannot consent to the peti- 
tion." 

In 1651 he was first chosen Deputy from Boston and 
during a portion of that year was Speaker of the House, 
and he was re-elected in 1652 and 1653 an d ™ I 6°3, 1664 
and 1665. 

In 1652 Mr. Leverett was one of the commissioners 
appointed to visit the settlements in Maine and declare 
them under the jurisdiction of Massachusetts. When, 
in the following year, the Colonies were greatly dis- 
turbed by a rumor of a plot between the Dutch Governor 
Stuyvesant and the Indians to destroy the English, he 
was one of the commissioners sent to New York to in- 
terview Governor Stuyvesant and was at the same time 
made commander of any forces that it might be neces- 
sary to raise. 

In 1654 Captain Leverett went with Major Robert 
Sedgwick to expel the French from Penobscot and 
Nova Scotia and they accomplished easily what Miles 
Standish and others had failed to do. Of this Woodrow 
Wilson writes: "acting upon secret instructions from 
the Protector, Oliver Cromwell, Major Robert Sedg- 
wick, of Charlestown, and Captain John Leverett of 
Boston, led an English force into Acadia, where the 
French were, upon the Bay of Fundy, and made it by a 
sudden conquest an English province," and C. C. Smith 

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adds that Captain Leverett was made temporary Gover- 
nor of the province. 

These acts seem bald as recited in a brief sketch, or as 
read from the stilted and colorless records of those times, 
but the incidents of the excursions into trackless forests 
to treat with the savage, valor upon the great battlefields 
of the world, and sudden attacks upon hostile foreign col- 
onies, are the materials out of which are woven the 
thrilling historical novels of the day. 

In 1655 in the combined offices of Ambassador and 
Advocate he was sent to England under the following 
order: "It is ordered that Captain John Leverett shall 
be, and he hereby is desired and empowered according 
to instruction given, to appear for us and act in our be- 
half in all matters of concernment to us before the Lord 
Protector and his honorable council in England." He 
remained in England during the uncertain days before 
and after the restoration, returning in 1662. In 1664 
the Colonies had much of the experience of their de- 
cendants in 1776 and at this time Mr. Leverett was one 
of the four men to whom the colonies in open court had 
their patent or first charter, committed for safe keeping. 

In 1665 he was elected an Assistant, in which office 
he continued until 1671 when he was elected Deputy 
Governor. In 1673 he was elected Governor to succeed 
Mr. Bellingham, and was annually re-elected to succeed 
himself until his death in 1679. 

In 1676 at the time of the controversies with Charles 
II the Governor refused to take the oath to execute the 
Royal Acts of Trade and treated Edward Randolph, the 
King's Commissioner, with great contempt. The 

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records tell us that this Commissioner from the King 
brought to the refractory Governor the order of knight- 
hood for valiant service rendered in King Philip's War, 
but of this Mr. Leverett made no mention during his 
life. After his death, however, and at his funeral, which 
the sorrow-stricken colonists conducted with great 
pomp the title and trappings were made public by the 
ceremonies connected with the pageant. John Leverett 
needed no insignia of nobility from any King for it may 
well have been said of him : 

"Who e'er amidst the sons 
Of reason, valor, liberty and virtue 
Displays distinguished merit, is a noble 
Of nature's own creating." 



MAJOR RICHARD WALDRON. 

BT WILiJAM BUTTERS. 

Major Richard Waldron (Walderne), seventh son of 
William and Catherine (Raven) Walderne, was baptiz- 
ed in Alcester, Warwickshire, England September 2nd, 
1615. 

In 1635 he came to America, became known at Wal- 
dron, N. H., and purchased a large tract of land at Co- 
checo (Dover). Two years later he returned to Eng- 
land, married, and in 1840 came again to America and 
settled at Cocheco. Soon afterwards his wife died and 
he married Ann Scammon of Boston, who became the 
mother of his large family. He was a man of remark- 
able enterprise and ability, and by wise investments and 

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diligent use of his opportunities, acquired a large prop- 
erty. He erected saw-mills, a garrison-house and other 
buildings, among them a truck-house to accommodate the 
Indians, with whom he built up an extensive trade which 
brought him into constant communication with them, and 
in which he secured their fullest confidence. 

He served as Representative to the General Court at 
Boston 1654 to 1679 ; Speaker of the House 1666 to 1679 ; 
Justice of the Court of Common Pleas 1659 to 1682 and 
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court 1683. From 1652 
he acted as Captain; was commissioned Captain 1672; 
Major 1674 and Major General 1680; was elected in 1680 
one of the first Councillors of the Province of New 
Hampshire, and again under Gov. Cranfield in 1682. 
Upon the death of President John Cutts 1691, he was 
chosen as Deputy President to fill the vacancy. His mil- 
itary command brought him into constant association 
with the Indians. After King Philip's War the Indians 
returned toward New Hampshire and the authorities in 
Massachusetts, fearing for the settlers in that Province, 
and wishing to capture and punish some of the Indians 
for murders committed, directed Capt. Joseph Syll to 
join Capt. Hathorn, and, with their 130 men, to go to 
Dover, join Major Waldron and arrest all Indians con- 
cerned in King Philip's War. 

Upon reaching Dover, Sept. 4th, 1676, over 400 armed 
Indians were found ready to defend those whom it was 
desired to arrest, and a fight, and possibly a massacre 
of the whites seemed inevitable. In order to save his 
friends and their families, Major Waldron determined 
to try the plan of a sham fight, telling the Indians that, 

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at the command to fire, all were to fire in the air. At 
the command the Indians fired, but the soldiers did not. 
The Indians were then ordered to give up their guns and 
surrender, and it was recorded as the "stunningest blow 
of all given to the Indians." 

This proceedure on the part of Major Waldron un- 
doubtedly saved the settlers in that locality. Among 
the courageous men who formed Capt. Syll's company 
on that day was William Butter, of Woburn, from whom 
most of that name in this country are descended. 

Major Waldron had always been on good terms with 
the Indians, and after the surrender at Dover made every 
effort to save the Pennacooks and other innocent Indians, 
but in spite of his efforts some of them were in- 
cluded in the number that were sent to Boston and sub- 
sequently sold as slaves. This excited in the hearts of 
the Indians a desire for revenge, and on the night of June 
27th, 1689, thirteen years after the "Sham Fight" at 
Dover, they attacked his garrison house in force, and ob- 
tained entrance to it by the treachery of some of the in- 
mates. After a hand to hand fight in which Major Wal- 
dron killed many of his assailants, he was knocked sense- 
less with a hatchet and disarmed. The Indians then 
placed him in a chair on a table, called upon him in de- 
rision to "Judge Indian" and cruelly tortured him until 
he died. 

For a more full and detailed account of Major Wal- 
dron, reference is made to a book soon to be published 
by George Butters entitled "Arnould Cormerais and Jane 
Vaughn Rindge, Their Ancestors and Descendants." 



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SECRETARY NATHANIEL MORTON. 

BY WILLIAM GARDNER WHITE. 

The first Morton to found a family in America, was 
George Morton, who was born at Austerfield, Yorkshire, 
about 1585. Of his early life but little record has been 
left. We know, however, that he early united himself 
with the Separatists, and it is probable that he was a 
member of Brewster's historic church. He joined the 
Pilgrims at Leyden, and continued one of their company 
until his death. When the first colonists embarked for 
America, Mr. Morton remained behind and one writer 
says that he was "the agent of those of his sect in Lon- 
don,'' and another that he acted as "the financial agent in 
London of Plymouth Colony." 

The work for which he is most noted, and which will 
forever link his name with American History, is the pub- 
lication by him, in London in 1622, of what has since be- 
came known as "Mourt's Relation." This has justly been 
termed the first history of New England, and is com- 
posed of letters and journals from the chief colonists at 
Plymouth, either addressed or entrusted to George Mor- 
ton. It is full of valuable information, and still con- 
tinues to be an authority. 

Shortly after its publication Mr. Morton sailed with 
his wife and five children for America in the "Ann," the 
third and last ship which carried what are distinctively 
known as the "Forefathers," and reached Plymouth early 
in June, 1623. He did not long survive, and his early death 
was a serious loss to the infant settlement. He had mar- 
ried Juliana Carpenter, whose sister, Alice Carpenter, 

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had married for her first husband Edward Southworth, 
and who afterwards married as her second husband, Gov. 
William Bradford. Another sister, Agnes Carpenter, be- 
came the second wife of Dr. Samuel Fuller, "one of the 
most valuable of the pilgrims, and the first physician that 
came to settle in our country." 

Nathaniel Morton was the eldest son of George Mor- 
ton and Juliana Carpenter, and was born at Leyden in 
1613, and accompanied his parents to Plymouth in 1623. 
After the death of his father he was reared in the fam- 
ily of his uncle, Gov. Bradford, and early became his as- 
sistant in the management of public affairs. He was 
made a freeman in 1635, and in 1645 was chosen Secre- 
tary of the Colony, which office he held until his death, in 
1685, a longer period than that of any incumbent of a 
similar office. He was also Secretary of the United Colo- 
nies of New England. 

An abundant proof of his great industry is found in the 
fact that nearly all of the records of Plymouth Colony 
and of the United Colonies are in his handwriting. He 
is believed to have made manuscript copies of the laws of 
the Colony for use in the several towns, and one of these 
copies containing 164 long and closely written pages was 
produced before the Massachusetts Historical Society in 
1870. He was a diligent scholar and an extensive reader, 
and with infinite pains noted down the incidents of the 
early days of the Colony. He prepared and published 
the well known work entitled "New England's Memorial, 
or a Brief Relation of the Most Memorable and Remark- 
able passages of the Providence of God, manifested to the 
Planters of New England." 

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It was compiled at the request of the Commissioners 
of the United Colonies and recognized as correct by the 
most eminent survivors of the early generations. 

It served until the recovery of Governor Bradford's 
manuscript as the basis of all histories of Plymouth Col- 
ony. It was published at Cambridge, Mass., about 1669, 
and was reprinted in England during the same year. 
Several different editions have been published since that 
date. 

Nathaniel Morton was also the author of numerous 
verses in memory of the Pilgrims, of which perhaps the 
best specimens are those on the death of his aunt, Mrs. 
Bradford. 

On the occasion of the first celebration of the "Landing 
of the Forefathers," which was held at Plymouth, De- 
cember 22nd, 1769, there were twelve toasts. 1st "To 
the memory of our brave and pious ancestors, the First 
Settlers," 2nd "To the memory of John Carver, and the 
other worthy Governors of the Old Colony," 3rd "To the 
memory of that pious man and faithful historian, Mr. 
Secretary Morton." 

The placing of Secretary Morton next in honor after 
the Governors and before Miles Standish and many other 
noted Pilgrims was a recognition to which he was fully 
entitled, by virtue of his long and important service, and 
the position thus assigned him is one that the verdict of 
history has amply justified. 

Mr. Morton married Lydia Cooper n 1635, as his first 
wife. She died September 23rd, 1673, and on the 29th 
of April, 1674, he married as his second wife, Hannah, 
the widow of Richard Templar of Charlestown, and the 
daughter of Richard Pritchard. 

He died June 29th, 1685. 

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ROGER WILLIAMS. 

BY JACOB STONE. 

In the year 1607 there was born to James Williams, a 
merchant tailor of the city of London, and to Alice 
Williams his wife, the subject of this brief memoir. 

Little is known of his early life or of his ancestry, save 
that he was a pensioner at Sutton's Hospital School, 
called the Charterhouse School, an institution formed 
at that time in London after some hostile litigation on 
the part of the testator's nephew who employed for his 
counsel, Sir Francis Bacon. Sir Edward Coke, afterwards 
appointed one of the governors of the institution was 
their successful attorney and it was by his influence that 
Roger Williams was placed there in 1614. At the age 
of 14 he was occupied in taking notes of the speeches 
at the Star Chamber at London and there attracted the 
attention of his future patron. He probably remained 
in the school until he was 18 or 19 when he entered Pem- 
broke College, Cambridge, in 1623. In 1626 he took 
his degree and commenced the study of law under Sir 
Edward Coke who had evidently been attracted to him 
by his studious habits and abilities. This occupation 
semed uncongenial to his tastes and the religious bear- 
ings of his earlier years. In his own quaint words 
"From my childhood, the Father of lights and mercies 
touched my soul with a love for Himself, to His only 
begotten, the true Lord Jesus, to his holy scriptures." 

The liturgy and ceremonials of the Church of England 
soon became to him distasteful and he developed into 
the most radical of the dissenters and embarking Dec. 1, 
1630, with his wife Mary, from Bristol in the ship Lyon 

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he arrived at Nantasket after a stormy voyage of sixty- 
five days. His arrival is mentioned by Winthrop in his 
History of New England as that of a "godly minister." 
It must be remembered that the Massachusetts Colonists, 
although non-conformists did not, in their early history, 
consider themselves Separatists from the Church of 
England. It was their hope to accomplish the reforms 
they considered so essential, from within rather than 
from the outside of that body. On the other hand the 
pilgrims of Plymouth were Separatists and were asso- 
ciated as a distinct church before leaving Holland. They 
considered that the state should not interfere in ecclesias- 
tical matters — a principle which led to their emigration 
from England years before. Between the Bay and the 
Plymouth settlement this radical difference existed. 

In August, 1629, a church was organized at Salem 
with Rev. Mr. Skelton as pastor and Rev. Mr. Higginson 
as teacher and in June, 1630, one was formed at Charles- 
town by Gov. Winthrop and others. "We used the im- 
position of hands," says Winthrop, "but with the protes- 
tation by all, that it was only a sign of election and con- 
firmation, not of any intent that Mr. Nelson (the min- 
ister) should renounce the ministry he had received from 
England." The New England Puritan commonwealth 
partook of an ecclesiastical organization. In the words of 
Hutchinson "Nobody could be proposed to the church 
for a member unless the minister allowed it. Nobody 
could be admitted a Freeman unless he was a member 
of the church." He must pay taxes but he could not 
vote unless he was a church member. Thus much seems 
necessary for a clear understanding of the political and 

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religious atmosphere into which the subject of this mem- 
oir was introduced upon his arrival in America. He was 
well known and highly esteemed by some of the leading 
men of the colony and upon his arrival was asked to 
take the place of John Wilson at Charlestown, who was 
about visiting England, sailing in the "Lyon," — the ship 
that brought Roger Williams over. This invitation he 
declined on the ground that they were not a separated 
people from the Church of England. This organization 
insisted that penalties could be inflicted by the civil 
authorities for spiritual censures — a position against 
which Williams' whole life was devoted. The Ten Com- 
mandments were the basis of the social and legal fabric 
of the New England Colony. In theological discus- 
sions they were divided into "two" tables — the first four 
commandments including the "first table" presenting the 
duties which man owes to God. The "second table," the 
duties which man owes to man. Williams denied the 
power of the civil magistracy to prosecute for the viola- 
tion of the first table. A few weeks after his arrival 
and soon after his refusal to join with the congregation 
at Charlestown — or Boston — he was invited to become 
the assistant to Mr. Skelton, the pastor of the Salem 
church, in place of Mr. Higginson, who died a few 
months previously. Presumably this church held more 
liberal views than that at Boston. He accepted, but the 
General Court of the Colony at Boston objected. In spite 
of this Mr. Williams was chosen. 

It should be remembered that at this time the theory 
of religious liberty found no place in the minds of these 
devoted settlers of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. 

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Strangely enough, as it seems to us now, having fled 
from persecution, they were intolerant of any religious 
views differing from their own. Having been disturbed 
and driven out from England by religious persecution, 
they looked upon their new heritage as a place where, un- 
disturbed by differing beliefs they could carry out their 
cherished views of founding a theocracy upon the literal 
interpretation of the Bible. But here was a man landed 
upon their shores — devout and scholarly — doubtless a 
long and deep thinker on divine things who took the 
startling ground that the state could not interfere with 
religious opinions. 

In April, 1631, he was settled as minister to the church 
at Salem, the magistrates at Boston protesting, and the 
meager evidence shows that their protestations had at 
last the effect of a severance of their relations and the 
departure of Williams for Plymouth before the end of 
the summer, when according to Gov. Bradford "he was 
truly entertained according to our ability, and he ex- 
ercised his gifts among us ; and after some time he was 
admitted a member of the church and his teaching well 
approved." He was afterwards appointed assistant to 
Rev. Ralph Smith — the pastor of the church there. 

We may well believe that Roger Williams found him- 
self in a more congenial ecclesiastical atmosphere among 
the more liberal Pilgrims of Plymouth and for two years 
he lived among them, supporting himself by his ministry 
and by fishing and farming. During his residence he 
became familiar with the tribes of Indians about and 
with their language, in order to be of benefit to those 
with whom he always maintained such friendly relations. 

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In August, 1633, he returned to Salem as assistant to 
Mr. Skelton once more. Just what steps led to this is 
not known but it may perhaps be fairly conjectured that 
the warm friends he had made in Salem and his ability 
as a preacher led to his return. But he was not allowed 
to pursue his avocation there in peace. The zealous Puri- 
tans soon found what to them seemed sufficient cause for 
interference. Mr. Willams had, while in Plymouth, writ- 
ten a statement of his views for the Governor and Coun- 
cil there, in which he took the position that the Colonists 
could not derive title to the land under the Royal Grant, 
but that the title could only be gained from the rightful 
owners, the Indians. This paper was never printed and 
it is fair to believe was not intended as an act of dis- 
loyalty to the King. It was simply a private expression 
of opinion, made doubtless with that wealth of ver- 
biage customary with scholars in those days. His 
critics, watching keenly for some vulnerable point of 
attack, used it as a reflection on his loyalty. This phase 
of the paper seems not to have occurred to him and in 
answer to a summons to appear before the next General 
Court for censure he chose to permit the article to be 
burned publicly or any part of it rather than have any 
doubts of his loyalty to exist. The magistrates accepted 
his offer and it was afterwards stated by some that the 
matter was not found so objectionable as had appeared 
at first. 

In 1634 Mr. Skelton died and Mr. Williams was in- 
vited to become his successor. But the Massachusetts 
Bay authorities objected and sent from Boston a request 
that he should not be ordained. The Salem church 

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paid no heed and was quoted as showing a "great con- 
tempt of authority." Discussions arose, however, from 
time to time on what in these times would be considered 
as trivialities which served to embitter the relations be- 
tween the other clergy of the Colony and Williams. 

The famous act of Endicott in cutting the cross of 
St. George from the royal banner of England was attrib- 
uted to his preaching and doubtless he was made the 
scape-goat for many minor opinions and acts offensive to 
the zealous Puritans. 

At last the crisis came and the church at Salem seem- 
ingly unable to breast the storm of criticism, acceded to 
the decision of the authorities in banishing their leader 
from the Colonies and the fearless reformer was obliged 
in the severity of a New England winter to leave the 
little settlement in Massachusetts Bay and his wife and 
children, to pursue his lonely journey through the track- 
less forests of a primeval wilderness. A small sloop 
was sent to Salem by the authorities to transport him 
from the Colonies to England but when the officers came 
to his house they found only his wife and children, he 
having left three days before. Some twenty personal ad- 
herents withdrew from the Salem church with the in- 
tention of ultimately following him to his new abode. 
Gov. Winthrop had in a private letter advised him to 
leave the Colony and there is every evidence that even 
those who differed from him on theological grounds had 
great affection and respect for him as an honest, sincere 
and kindly man. This prophet of a new era was thus 
brought face to face with an issue, one of the most 
momentous ever faced by mortal man. Behind him 

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were the comfortable homes of the early settlers — be- 
fore an unbroken waste of forest, inhabited by a savage 
race. For a principle, now considered one of the dearest 
heritages of a free people — liberty of conscience — he no- 
bly dared to face these dangers trusting to the care of an 
Almighty protector and friend. In his own words "when 
I was unkindly and unchristianly, as I believe, drived from 
my house and land and wife and children in the midst of 
a New England winter, that ever honored Gov. Win- 
throp privately wrote me to steer my course to the Nar- 
ragansett Bay and Indians, for many high and heavenly 
and public ends encouraging me, from the freeness of the 
place from any English claims or patents, I took his pru- 
dent motion as a hint and voice from God, and, waiving 
all other thoughts and motions, I steered my course from 
Salem — though in winter snow which I feel yet, where- 
in I may say 'Peniel,' that is, I have seen the face of God." 
At Seekonk he first settled but upon Gov. Winslow — 
of Plymouth — advising him that he was within that set- 
tlement he moved to the other side of Narragansett Bay. 
Here the Massachusetts Colony claimed jurisdiction and 
but for Gov. Bradford he would have been forced to start 
again on his weary journey for a home free from moles- 
tation. His knowledge of the Indian language, gained 
during his residence at Plymouth, was invaluable to him 
in his exile. In June, 1623, he made one more move 
with four companions who had joined him, embarking in 
his canoe at Seekonk to find a spot beyond the jurisdic- 
tion of the Plymouth or Massachusetts Colonies. They 
paddled down the Seekonk river and as they approached 
the eastern banks they were greeted by a company of 

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Indians with the cry of "what cheer, friend." After a 
short exchange of salutations they embarked again and 
passing round the headlands of Indian and Fox Points, 
entered the Mooshausick River and upon climbing the 
hills commenced the first settlement of Rhode Island, to 
which "in remembrance of God's manifold mercies" he 
gave the name of Providence. Negotiations were at 
once opened with the Sachems for the purchase of neces- 
sary land, in accordance with his often declared princi- 
ples. The owners — his friends Canonicus and his 
nephew Miantonomo, the chiefs of the Narragansetts 
ceded to him in March, 1638, lands and meadows lying 
on the two fresh rivers Mooshausick and Womasqua- 
tucket which, as the deed states had been previously pur- 
chased by him, "We also (the deed further states) in con- 
sideration of the many kindnesses and services, he, Wil- 
liams hath continually done for us, both with our friends 
of Massachusetts, as also at Connecticut and Plymouth, 
do freely give him all that land from those rivers reaching 
to Pawtucket River." These lands he equally divided 
among his associates desiring, as he states, that "it might 
be for a shelter for persons distressed for conscience." 

In the summer of 1636 Mrs. Williams, with her two in- 
fant children joined him, from Salem and in the course 
of two years a compact was formed as a basis of govern- 
ment. It was a simple paper, reading as follows : "We, 
whose names are hereunder written, being desirous to in- 
habit the town of Providence, do promise to submit our- 
selves, to all such orders or agreements as shall be made 
for the public good of this body, in an orderly way, by 
the major consent of the present inhabitants, masters of 

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families, incorporated together in a township, and such 
others whom they shall admit under the same, only in 
civil things." As he so forcibly states, "The matter with 
us is not about these children, toys of land, meadows, 
cattle, government, etc. But here, all over this Colony a 
great number of weak and distressed souls scattered, are 
flying hither from Old and New England, the Most High 
and Only Wise hath, in His infinite wisdom, provided 
this country and this corner as a shelter for poor and per- 
secuted according to their several persuasions." 

The settlement remained several years in this form, 
and in its freedom it drew to itself many whose zeal for 
the right of private judgment carried them to such ex- 
tremes as to endanger its existence as a law abiding com- 
munity — but the wise administration of Williams in the 
end prevailed and the body politic was knit more firmly 
together than ever. Sir Henry Vane, the younger, after- 
wards his warm friend, settled on the island of Rhode 
Island. There Mrs. Hutchinson came after her heated 
discussions and banishment from Boston. Finally the 
two settlements — Rhode Island and Portsmouth chose 
Coddington for their magistrate with the title of Judge — 
this form of government lasting until 1640. 

The kindly and forgiving spirit of Williams was fre- 
quently shown in his intervention when the warlike In- 
dians vented their blood-thirsty feelings upon the new 
settlers. To him the Massachusetts Colony always ap- 
pealed for aid in such emergencies and the confidence 
the various Indian tribes felt in him, enabled him to act 
successfully as a mediator. 

With the Pequots and Narragansetts his influence was 

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great and the Colony which drove him from its borders 
owed an unbounded debt to him for his services. In a 
letter to Maj. Mason he says "Gov. Winthrop and some 
others of the Council motioned and it was debated wheth- 
er or no I had not merited, not only to be re-called from 
banishment, but also to be honored with some mark of 
favor." 

In the meantime the new colony was growing apace 
and the jealousy of the Bay Colony led it to pass a law 
which practically excluded the people of Providence from 
its limits — a measure which debarred them from the port 
of Boston and was a serious injury to their mercantile in- 
terests. So tenacious were the people of the Colony of 
the principles held by its founder that in 1641 when the 
settlement was re-organized a special act was passed, as 
follows : "It is ordered that the law of the last court 
made concerning the liberty of conscience in point of doc- 
trine, be perpetuated" thus emphasizing the great princi- 
ples for which its founder contended. 

In 1643 a confederacy was formed. "The United Col- 
onies of New England" — the foreshadowing of the great- 
er union which the Revolution consummated. But 
Rhode Island and Providence were not permitted to join, 
so they pursued their way alone — independent, freedom- 
loving and unhampered by many of the dogmas of their 
neighbors. 

Soon it was thought necessary for the growing colony 
to obtain a charter from the Home Government, separ- 
ated as they were from the other colonies and in 1643 
Williams set sail from New York for England where 
great political events were succeeding each other so rapid- 

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ly. The King had fled from London and the Long Parlia- 
ment had begun its sittings. Amidst the excitement of 
political events it was difficult to obtain a hearing but in 
March, 1644, a Charter was granted which gave to the 
town of Providence, Portsmouth and Newport the name 
of the "Providence Plantations on the Narragansett Bay" 
and allowed them "full power to rule themselves as they 
shall by free consent agree unto." It was a broad and 
liberal instrument well fitted to confirm and further the 
great principles of its early founder. 

Williams remained in England a little more than a 
year, occupying himself with literary work in addition to 
his political duties. Between John Cotton, the religious 
leader of Massachusetts, and himself, a discussion was 
carried on, on the part of one urged by all the hot head- 
edness of a narrow religious zealot — on that of the other 
by all the eloquence and logic of a broad minded man — 
both evidencing the sincerity and earnestness belonging 
to devout, conscientous men. Into the theological and 
political controversies then carried on at a white heat in 
England he plunged with all the ardor of his impetuous 
nature and published a pamphlet addressed to Parliament 
"Questions of Highest Consideration" pleading for the 
entire separation of church and state. On the 14th of 
September, 1644, he landed in Boston — the good people 
of the Massachusetts Bay Colony having been bidden by 
members of the Parliament to allow his safe passage 
across their Colony. His return with a charter seemed 
to render the Colonies still more inimical to Rhode Is- 
land but notwithstanding this attitude they were glad to 
call on him again to act as a pacificator between them- 

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selves and the Indians, which he did with usual success, 
resulting in a treaty which was concluded in Boston in 
1644 between the Narragansetts and Mohegans — thus 
preventing a threatened war by the Narragansetts upon 
the Colonies, except Providence and Rhode Island. In 
May, 1647 a form of government was agreed upon under 
the new charter and Williams being doubtless ready and 
anxious to retire from the responsibilities of public life, 
the office of the president of the colony was bestowed 
upon John Coggshall of Newport. During the years that 
followed he was occupied in carrying on a trading busi- 
ness with the Narragansetts, his interest in the affairs of 
the Colony still active. His influence and character seem 
to carry the Colony through the early years of its exist- 
ence among many discussions and differences. Codding- 
ton, doubtless from what seemed to him patriotic motives, 
went to England in 165 1 and obtained from the Council 
of State a commission to govern Rhode Island, and 
Connecticut during his life with a council of six to be 
named by the people and approved by himself. The dis- 
sensions of the people of these colonies doubtless led him 
to take this step but his fellow colonists evidently did 
not participate in his feeling for as soon as this act was 
known Williams and John Clark were sent to England to 
represent the cause of the Colony. Williams had never 
been fully reimbursed for the expenses of his former trip 
and in order to raise sufficient funds for his expenses, he 
was obliged to sell his trading house at Narragansett 
which yielded an income of some £100 per annum. 

They sailed for England in 165 1 and in October, 1652, 
an order in Council was issued vacating the Coddington 

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commission and directing the towns to re-unite under a 
new charter. Williams remained in England two and 
a half years attending to the interests of the Colony. 
It was the fourth year of the Commonwealth and Wil- 
liams took a prominent part in the discussions of the 
time, publishing several books relating to the burning 
questions of the day. Much of his time was spent with 
his old friend, Sir Henry Vane, now high in the councils 
of the Commonwealth. He had occasional interviews 
with Cromwell. He made frequent visits to Milton to 
whom he taught Dutch — being considered a linguist of 
much ability. By teaching the sons of members of Par- 
liament he earned money to defray his expenses. 

In 1654 he arrived once more in Boston with an order 
from the Council requiring the Government of Massa- 
chusetts to allow him in the future to land and embark 
from their territory unmolested. On September 12th, after 
composing many disagreements and differences between 
the different towns of the new colony he was elected 
President. One of his first duties was that of peace- 
maker again, between the Indians and the Colonies when 
he met with his usual success in such matters. His firm, 
wise hand steered the little ship of state through many 
shoals and quicksands and in 1655 he was re-elected and 
again in 1656. It was at this time that the Quakers 
appeared in New England and the Colony of Rhode Is- 
land afforded them an asylum from the persecutions of 
the other Colonies who made repeated endeavors to co- 
erce the colony to decline to give them refuge. But Wil- 
liams sturdily held out, in accordance with his princi- 
ples of religious tolerance and Newport and other towns 

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of the colony received considerable accessions to their 
numbers from these persecuted people. 

In 1660 Charles II came to London and occupied the 
throne. A new charter was obtained — still containing the 
principles of religious freedom which was in force until 
Rhode Island adopted the constitution of the United 
States in 1843. 

Until 1677 Williams participated largely in the affairs 
of the Colony, holding various offices. At this time his 
advanced age prevented further public duty. In one of 
his last public utterances — a letter to the Town of Prov- 
idence he says "I have only one motion and petition, 
which I earnestly pray the town to lay to heart, as ever 
they look for a blessing from God on the town, on your 
families, on your corn and cattle, and your children after 
you; it is this, that after you have got over the black 
brook of bondage yourselves you tear not down the bridge 
after you, by leaving no small pittance for disturbed souls 
that may come after you." 

Noble words of a tolerant kindly man ! His last pub- 
lic act was in signing a document in 1683 settling a dis- 
pute relating to some boundary question. 

In 1684 he died. His biography is his own best eu- 
logy. The founder of our religious liberty — the friend 
and protector of the persecuted and outcast — just and 
true in his treatment of the Indians — the generous 
peace-maker for the Colonies which exiled him from 
their boundaries; his name grows brighter in the light 
of the new century and among the great men of Colonial 
times no name stands higher than that of Roger Williams. 



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CAPTAIN MILES STANDISH. 

BY WILLIAM GARDNER WHITE. 

Perhaps the most picturesque figure in early Colonial 
history is the "doughty Captain" Miles Standish, and yet 
it is his fortune to be better known from the picture of 
the poet than from the dry pages of the historical record. 

"In the Old Colony days, in Plymouth, the land of the Pilgrims, 
To and fro> In a room of his simple and primitive dwelling'. 
Clad in doublet and hose, and boots of Cordovan leather, 
Strode with martial air, Miles Standish, the Puritan Captain." 

Not often does it happen that name and character 
are so fitly wedded as in his case. His parents gave him 
the name of Miles — the old Roman name for soldier — 
and his long life is a vindication of his right to bear it. 
He seems to have been an anomaly among the Pilgrims 
and quite out of place in the company of the saintly Brew- 
ster, the gentle and tender hearted Robinson and the 
scholarly Bradford. 

Hubbard says "a little chimney is soon fired; so was 
the Plymouth Captain, a man of small stature, yet of 
very hot and angry temper" and adds "he had been bred 
a soldier in the Low Countries and never entered into 
the school of Christ or of John the Baptist ; or if he ever 
was there, he had forgotten the first lessons." 

The relations, however, that existed between him and 
the Pilgrim company were always of the closest, and he 
possessed their fullest confidence and respect in spite of 
the fact that he never joined himself to them in church 
communion and was only what we may call "a proselyte 
of the gate." He was a regular worshiper with the con- 
gregation, and a participant on all occasions of fasting 
and thanksgiving, and of "waiting on the Lord" in all 

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their active enterprises and expeditions, but he never was 
a man of "professions," or of "confessions," and he was 
never "sealed" or "covenanted." 

He was distinctively one of those men who "trusted in 
the Lord and kept his powder dry," and the debt of grat- 
itude which Plymouth Colony owes to his personal cour- 
age, and his wise management of its military affairs, can 
hardly be overstated. 

He was born in Lancashire, England, probably in 1584, 
and was descended from a long and illustrious line of an- 
cestors of that name. He was early educated to the mil- 
itary profession and his commission as Lieutenant was 
signed by Queen Elizabeth about the year 1600. He be- 
gan his military life on the Continent, and learned his 
lessons of war under Prince Maurice, and in service 
against the Duke of Alva and seems to have remained in 
active service for nearly ten years. It was in the Low 
Countries that he made his first acquaintance with some 
of Robinson's Congregation at Leyden, and either at 
their solicitation, or perhaps of his own prompting he 
joined them in their enterprise. He came to New Eng- 
land with the Pilgrim Company in the Mayflower, and his 
military career began even before the landing at Ply. 
mouth. Nathaniel Morton in his "New England's Me- 
morial" gives a very graphic and interesting account of 
his first experience in Indian warfare, but the circum- 
stances of this skirmish which has come to be known in 
history as the "First Encounter" are so familiar that 
they need not be given here in detail. 

Soon after the landing at Plymouth, he was elected as 
the chief military officer of Plymouth Colony with the 

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title of Captain, a position which he retained until his 
death thirty-six years later. It may seem strange that 
he never reached any higher rank, but his title was of 
little moment, because Plymouth Colony gave him all 
that it had to give and he was in supreme command of 
all its military forces during his life. 

In his various expeditions against the Indians, he 
wanted but few men, and the choice of these he always 
claimed for himself. Upon the occasion of the "First 
Encounter" as upon all other occasions, his courage was 
unquestioned, and he was always ready to meet danger 
in any form. His expedition in 1623 to break up the 
plot of the Indians which had been formed to destroy the 
settlement and massacre the inhabitants of Weymouth, 
is perhaps the most characteristic one of his life, and 
may serve as a fair criterion of his character. Justin 
Winsor in his History of Duxbury says that "upon this 
occasion, he chose but eight men, refusing any more. He 
arrived at the settlement, and found the people scattered, 
wholly unconscious of their impending danger. Having 
quickly assembled them, he informed them of their situa- 
tion, not however, without exciting the suspicions of the 
Indians. Soon after an Indian bringing the Captain 
some furs, he treated him "smoothly" yet the Indian re- 
ported that he saw in the Captain's eye that he was an- 
gry in his heart. A little later Pecksuot, an Indian war- 
rior of reputed courage, said to Standish, while whetting 
his knife before his face and boasting of its quality; 
"Though you are a great Captain, yet you are but a little 
man, and though I be no sachem, yet I am a man of great 
strength and courage." 

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On the following day Pecksuot with a few other In- 
dians, being in a room together with Standish, the signal 
was given by the Captain, and the door instantly closed 
and fastened. Then seizing Pecksuot, he snatched his 
knife from his belt, while his men fell upon the others. 
A short struggle ensued, which ended in the death of 
Pecksuot by Standish, and that of the other Indians by 
the settlers except a youth whom they afterwards hung. 
Hobomok, the Indian interpreter and friend of Standish, 
who stood by a silent spectator of all that passed, smil- 
ingly exclaimed: "Yesterday Pecksuot bragged of his 
own strength, and told you that though you were a great 
Captain, yet you were a little man, but today I see you 
are big enough to lay him on the ground." 

Nothing can better illustrate not only the foresight of 
Standish but also the quickness and decision of his char- 
acter. Not in itself a remarkable battle, it still remains 
true that the life of the infant colony was seriously en- 
dangered, and that the quick and determined blow which 
he struck was its salvation. His action upon this occa- 
sion has often been criticised as unnecessarily severe, but 
to us it seems providential that so brave a man, and so 
good an officer was in command of the Pilgrim forces at 
a time when his military qualities were absolutely essen- 
tial to the very life of the Colony. By education and 
training he was utterly unable to sympathise with the 
soft tenderness for human life which characterized the 
saintly Robinson, who, when he heard of the conflict 
where Standish had killed Pecksuot, uttered these sor- 
rowful words : "Oh ! that you had converted some before 
you had killed any," and it is fortunate for us who still 

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believe in Plymouth Rock, that one trained soldier who 
had faced war conducted by the Duke of Alva, came out 
in the Mayflower. Had the fate of the Pilgrims depend- 
ed entirely upon such men as Robinson, or Brewster or 
Bradford it is to be feared that the scalps of the settlers 
would have adorned the Indian wigwams, and that the 
Colony would have come to a sad and untimely end. 

Near the close of his life, he was made Commander of 
the expedition against the Dutch, and although far ad- 
vanced in years, he was still considered the best person 
upon whom the command could devolve. In his commis- 
sion of instruction he is spoken of as one "of whose ap- 
proved fidelitie and abilitie we have had long experience." 

The services of Miles Standish were hardly less impor- 
tant in civil than in military affairs. He was either As- 
sistant or Deputy during the whole of his life; Treas- 
urer of the Colony from 1644 to 1649, an( * was once sent 
to England as the agent of the Colony. 

About 1630 he settled in Duxbury on a tract of land 
which had been granted to him by the Colony, and which 
has since been known as Standish's farm. Upon this 
farm the well-known Captain's Hill is situated. Here 
he built his home, and gathered about him a devoted com- 
pany of friends, among whom were Elder Brewster, John 
Alden, John Howland, George Soule and many of the oth- 
er early settlers of the town. He died Octobed 3rd, 
1656, and in the quaint language of Secretary Morton : 

"He growing very ancient, became sick of the Stone 
or Strangullion, whereof after his suffering of much 
dolorous pain, he fell asleep in the Lord and was hon- 
orably buried at Duxbury." 

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The inventory of his estate which is recorded with his 
will, mentions the Commentaries of Caesar, Bariffe's Ar- 
tillery, three old Bibles, and three muskets with the har- 
ness of the time complete. His Bibles were old, but his 
muskets new and complete ; "a wellworn Bible for everv 
musket, and thank God, a musket to defend each Bible." 
He was a true type of the citizen soldier and exhibited 
in his own heroic person, the trut idea of the army — 
skilled military force in loyal subordination to the civil 
authority. 

A monument to his memory has been erected on Cap- 
tain's Hill, and although the exact spot of his burial is 
not known, it is supposed that this monument marks the 
spot where lies "all of a hero that could die." 

The prominence of Brewster, Bradford, Winslow, Car- 
ver and others in the early life of Plymouth Colony has 
somewhat overshadowed the career of Miles Standish, 
and yet it seems providential that he was one of that his- 
toric pilgrim company. If he had not been a trained 
soldier, and if he had not learned from his own experi- 
ence and from the well conned Commentaries of Caesar 
how powerless are the most vigorous and patriotic peo- 
ple without real discipline, Plymouth Rock might never 
have interested us, and the early settlement of Massa- 
chusetts might have been indefinitely delayed. 

As one of his eulogists has so fittingly remarked: "A 
citizen soldier's education for a citizen soldier's work; 
the principle of moral truth, manly honesty, prudent en- 
ergy, fidelity incorruptible, courage undauntable, all the 
qualities of manhood that compel unflinching execution of 
the State's behest, are the foundations upon which any 

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State must rest. These qualities were his and to crown 
them all, was his reverence to the Supreme Executive of 
Earth and Heaven, who knows no feebleness of heart or 
hand, and whose great purpose moved the war-worn Pil- 
grim's feet to seek his home on this rockbound conti- 
nent, where the unceasing waves of two unfettered oceans 
roar the choral hymn of Freedom." 



COLONEL JOHN TALCOTT. 

BY EDWIN SEDGWICK CHITTENDEN. 

Col. John Talcott, of Hartford, Conn., was one of 
the most active, competent and trusted public, civil and 
military officials of his day. From his early manhood, 
almost until the day of his death, he was constantly em- 
ployed in the public service in the most responsible sta- 
tions. 

He was the son of John Talcott and Dorothy Mott who 
was the daughter of Rev. Mark Mott, D. D., and Mercy 
Tichbourne, people of high consideration and large es- 
tates in Essex, England. John Talcott emigrated in 1632 
with his family in the "Lion," settled at Cambridge where 
he was a Deputy until his removal in 1636 with Rev. 
Thomas Hooker's Company to Hartford. Here he was 
a Deputy from 1637 to 1652 and thereafter Assistant, 
Treasurer of the Colony and Commissioner of the New 
England Colonies until shortly before his death in 1660. 

His son, Col. John Talcott was born in Braintree, Es- 
sex County, England, in 1620. He accompanied his 
father from England to Cambridge and thence to Hart- 

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ford. He was elected a freeman May 20th, 1652; was 
confirmed Ensign of the "Trained Band" at Hartford, 
June 26th, 1650, and was first designated Captain in the 
Colonial records October 4th, 1660. 

In 1672 the office of Sergeant Major of the Colonial 
forces was created and he was the first officer in Con- 
necticut to fill it. On the 26th day of June, 1672, he 
was appointed the chief military officer of Hartford 
County and was chosen Major for that county August 
7th, 1673. 

In anticipation of war with the Dutch of New Am- 
sterdam, the colonies made warlike preparations, and on 
Nov. 26th, 1673, he was nominated and appointed "Com- 
mander in Chief of such forces as shall be raised by the 
Colony and sent against New York." 

At the out-break of King Philip's War Connecticut 
raised "a standing Army of 350 men besides friendly 
Indians" and he was appointed "Commander-in-Chief of 
this Army" May nth, 1676. At the head of the largest 
force heretofore seen in the Colony, consisting of nearly 
300 colonists with their silken banners and 250 friendly 
Indians in their war paint and feathers, he marched one 
month later to the relief of Hadley, fought a decisive bat- 
tle there, then led his forces into the Narragansett coun- 
try and on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd of July encountered a 
great body of Indians and completely defeated and scat- 
tered them, slaying and capturing great numbers. His 
letter of July 4th to the Governor and Council gives a 
graphic account of his operations. Thereafter he con- 
ducted his troops, who suffered great hardships on the 
march, through the wilderness to Rhode Island. On the 

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19th of August, 1676, a day of thanksgiving was ordered 
by the Council "for preservation of his men in their long 
and tedious march through the wilderness, and their great 
success." 

He is designated as Lieut. Colonel in the records under 
date of January 27th, 1687, and also after his death under 
date of May 14, 1691, and is highly commended by Pal- 
frey, Bodge and other New England historians for his 
skill, ability and energy as a soldier. 

In his civil capacity he was equally active, successful 
and devoted to the public interests. He was chosen Dep- 
uty 1660 and 1665 ; Magistrate 1661 and 1663 ; Assistant 
of the Hartford Colony 1665 and 1687 ; Treasurer of the 
Hartford Colony 1661 and 1665 and of the United Colo- 
nies thereafter for many years. 

He was made one of the custodians of the Colonial 
charter October 9th, 1662, and elected Commissioner of 
the United Colonies 1663, 1669, 1673, 1676, 1683 and 
1684, and Reserve Commissioner 1680 and 1682. 

He was frequently appointed as Commissioner to treat 
with the Dutch (Oct. 8th, 1663, and later) ; to unite the 
Connecticut Colonies ( 1663-5 ) ; to settle boundaries 
with Massachusetts (1673) ; to treat with Rhode Island 
and Long Island ( 1672-4) ; to build forts ; to hold Court 
at New London and elsewhere; to allot lands and to 
arbitrate disputes. He appears to have been especially 
entrusted for many years with all matters relating to the 
Indians and their relations to the Colonists. 

He served as a member of the Governor's Council from 
1663 almost to the year of his death in 1688. In short 
the records show no man of his day to have been more 

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active for the public welfare. During his whole career 
no man was more regular in his attendance as Deputy, 
Assistant, Magistrate, Commissioner or Member of the 
Council and none more relied upon or more successful as 
a soldier. 

His son Joseph Talcott was for sixteen successive 
years Governor of Connecticut. 



COLONEL WILLIAM CLAIBORNE. 

BY WILLIAM GARDNER WHITE. 

Not far from the river Eden, in Westmoreland, Eng- 
land, are the ruins of a manor house, overshadowed by 
firs and oaks, and within a stone's throw of the ruin is a 
Norman chapel which was built at least as early as the 
twelfth century. To this church is attached a rectory 
where religious services are still held and which is spoken 
of as "among the antiquities worthy of notice in West- 
moreland." 

The ruins are those of Cleburne Hall and the house was 
built in 1567 on the site of a much older one, the castle 
oi- "Pele" of Cleburne which had been time out of mind 
the headquarters of the "Lords of Cleburne, Bampton, 
Cundale and Kyne." These rural seigneurs of the north 
marches were hard headed people always at war with 
their neighbors, the Scots. They lived the turbulent 
lives of the old feudal barons, made forays across the 
border, were regularly harried in their turn, and kept 
their energies from rusting by taking part in all the 
fighting which came in their direction. Their blue blood 

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was incontestable. They traced their pedigree in yel- 
low parchments, back to the time of the Conqueror and 
"Cleburne Manor" had the honor of being recorded 
in Domesday Book. 

These hard fighting Cleburnes had one representative 
who is of special interest to Americans and who by sheer 
force of brains and stubborn will linked himself with our 
history and rose from obscurity to be one of the great 
figures of his time. 

This man who has made the old cradle of his race 
in Westmoreland so interesting was William Cleburne 
or Claiborne as the world now calls him, the famous 
"Rebel." He was regarded by a great many people as 
the pest of his time. For nearly a generation he kept 
two provinces of the New World in hot water; was the 
mainspring of public events, and a very firebrand of dis- 
sension ; aroused the bitterest enmities ; openly defied the 
English government; succeeded in overthrowing Lord 
Baltimore backed by all the power of the crown; and 
was the author of a civil war ending in a sanguinary bat- 
tle which decided the fate of Maryland. 

His political opponents described him as a "villain" 
and "Judas Iscariot" and most modern historians have 
adopted the same view of his character. Mr. Burk calls 
him "an unprincipled incendiary and execrable villain." 
Mr. Bancroft "the malignant Clayborne" ; and even Chief 
Justice Marshall has his fling at the unlucky rebel as the 
"Evil Genius of Maryland." 

He seems to have been regarded as a low born adven- 
turer but this is very far from being the case. His father 
Edmund Cleburne, was a member of the English gentry, 

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and married a daughter of Sir Alan Bellingham who is 
described as "a woman of the greatest piety, of uncon- 
querable energy and patience, sparing of her words and 
full of the greatest charity toward the poor." Her son, 
William the Rebel, certainly inherited her "unconquer- 
able energy" if not her "piety and patience." He was 
born about 1587 and but little is known of his youth. 

When about thirty he went up to London and making 
the acquaintance of the celebrated Captain John Smith, 
secured, probably through his influence, the appointment 
of public Surveyor to the Colony of Virginia. At this 
point his adventurous life began. 

He sailed from London in 1621 with Sir Francis Wyat, 
the new governor and with them in the "good ship 
George" went that wonderful document, the old "Ordi- 
nance and Constitution" which virtually established re- 
publican government in America. 

We hear nothing of Surveyor Clayborne in the great 
Indian massacre of 1622 but during the next few years 
we can trace him going in and out among the planters, 
surveying their lands, recording deeds, and gradually be- 
coming a person of importance. In those years his for- 
tune steadily improved and he became a person of im- 
portance in the Colony. In 1625 the new Governor 
Yeardley appointed him "Secretary of the Colony." In 
1626 the King made him a member of the Council and 
"Secretary of State of this Kingdom of Virginia"; and 
in 1629 he had an opportunity to show that he had the 
fighting Cleburne blood in him. The Indians were 
causing much annoyance to the settlements and Clay- 

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borne assembled a force, attacked their King Candyack, 
completely defeated him and concluded a treaty by which 
the Indians bound themselves to create no further dis- 
turbance. For this service he was rewarded by a grant 
of land between the Pamunkey and Mattapony, extend- 
ing for nearly twenty miles upon which he built his 
"favorite residence" Romancoke and said to be one of 
the finest houses in Virginia. 

To this point in his career no criticism can be made up- 
on his actions. He was, perhaps, the most prominent 
man in Virginia but he owed his great landed possessions 
to his public services and his office of Secretary to the 
appointment of the King as a recognition of his ability. 
Wealth and honor had indeed come to him but they had 
come legitimately and because he had fairly and hon- 
estly earned them. 

We come now to the story of his career in Mary- 
land. Attracted by the fertility of Maryland and 
the value of the fur trade with the Indians he had ex- 
plored that region in 1627 under authority from the Vir- 
ginia officials, and in 1631 Charles I empowered "our 
trusty and well beloved William Clayborne, Secretary of 
State of our Kingdom of Virginia" to make discoveries 
and trade there. Armed with this authority he estab- 
lished a trading post on Kent Island, nearly opposite the 
present city of Annapolis, and as this settlement sent 
a Burgess to Jamestown in 1632 it would seem that Clay- 
borne and his people were fairly entitled to regard them- 
selves as owners of territory which was conceded to be- 
long to Virginia. 

Just a year before, George Calvert, Lord Baltimore had 

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landed at Jamestown whither he had come to secure the 
free exercise of his religion. He had joined the Rom- 
ish church and wished to establish a Roman Catholic 
colony, but he met with scant encouragement from the 
Church of England Virginians. They would have no 
Papists in their colony and among all his opponents Sec- 
retary Clayborne was the most determined and he joined 
in a petition which was sent to England praying that "no 
Papists might be suffered to settle among them." Lord 
Baltimore was not easily discouraged and sailing up the 
Chesapeake and finding the country to his liking he re- 
turned to England and obtained a grant of it. By its 
terms he was to settle his Catholic friends on such lands 
in Virginia as were "uncultivated and inhabited by 
savages." This grant was confirmed to his son Cecilius 
Calvert who proceeded in 1634 to establish the Colony 
of Maryland. 

The issue between Clayborne and Lord Baltimore soon 
resulted in open conflict. Clayborne insisted that his 
right to Kent Island was paramount by virtue of his 
grant from the King, while Gov. Calvert claimed it upon 
the same ground because it was included within the lim- 
its of Maryland. Clayborne's trading pinnace, the 
"Longtail" was seized by Calvert, whereupon Clayborne 
sent another armed pinnace to attack him. A naval bat- 
tle followed in which Calvert was completely victorious, 
and Kent Island was seized and Clayborne tried and 
found guilty of "piracy and murder," in consequence of 
which, as we are informed by the historians, Clayborne 
became a "felon convict." 

He succeeded, however, in escaping into Virginia, and 

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soon after went to England and presented his case to 
Charles I. With Charles he seems to have had no diffi- 
culty, but through the influence of Queen Henrietta Maria 
the "Lords Commissioners of Plantation," decided in 
Calvert's favor, and Clayborne, the rebel, was notified that 
he had no further rights in Maryland. He was driven 
from Kent Island, and although Charles appointed him 
"Treasurer of Virginia" for life, that was indeed a poor 
satisfaction to a man of his high spirit. 

Meantime Clayborne returned to Virginia and watched 
and waited for his opportunity, which was not long de- 
layed. 

In 1645 the day of trouble had arrived for both King 
and Queen. Crown and Parliament were at dagger's 
draw and Sir William Berkeley, Governor of Virginia, 
had gone to England to consult with the King. Here was 
Clayborne's opportunity. Assembling a force of malcon- 
tents he invaded Maryland, violently expelled Calvert and 
was soon in possession of the province, a result so sud- 
den and strange that it seems almost incomprehensible. 
In reality it is easily explained. Clayborne, the Church 
of England man and descendant of the Roman Catholic 
Cleburnes had made himself the leader of the Puritans, 
and used them to crush the Maryland Catholics. A large 
number of the Puritans had been driven from Virginia 
by intolerant legislation, had sought refuge in Maryland 
and Clayborne took advantage of the religious animosi- 
ties of the time to achieve his own ends. It seemed that 
he had struck a mortal blow. Lord Baltimore was over- 
whelmed in Maryland and Clayborne once more in power 
might make a royal progress to his beautiful Isle of Kent. 

480 



But the joy was too great to last. Sir William Berkeley 
returned ; Leonard Calvert made most piteous complaints 
and supported by that zealous old Cavalier, he invaded 
Maryland and again overthrew and expelled Clayborne. 
The Rebel was thus driven from Maryland and as Vir- 
ginia was now too hot for him he sailed for England, 
his enemies, no doubt, believing that they had seen the 
last of him. 

But now comes another turn of the wheel of fortune. 
In the spring of 1652 a Parliament fleet arrived in Vir- 
ginia and that royalist province was obliged to surren- 
der to the English Commonwealth. Among the commis- 
sioners who received its surrender and apparently the 
chief among them was our rebel William Clayborne 
and thus the haughty King's Counsellor and "Secretary 
of State for this our Kingdom of Virginia" had suddenly 
re-appeared as a Roundhead and a friend of the usurping 
Cromwell. It was one of the most dramatic contrasts 
presented during one of the most changeful of human 
careers. The rebel was once more the master for he 
came with authority to "reduce the plantations in the 
Bay of Chesapeake" one of which was incontestablv 
Maryland, and he was for the moment the arbiter of Vir- 
ginia. Moreover he had in his pocket a paper which had 
probably induced him to become a Roundhead commis- 
sioner, viz., his instructions which declared that Vir- 
ginia should be left to "enjoy the ancient bounds and 
limits granted by the Charters of the former Kings." 
Now these charters of the former kings were those which 
covered the entire territory of Maryland and in a corner 
of that territory was a certain Kent Island, formerly be- 

481 



longing to him, the said William Clayborne, who had, no 
doubt, suggested in London the insertion of that article 
with reference to Virginia's "ancient boundaries." 

Maryland fell without a struggle. The fierce foe 
of Lord Baltimore had at last triumphed and it seemed 
that Clayborne had "triumphed over all his enemies." 
He was the head of the Puritan party who were the 
complete masters of all Maryland. His life-long con- 
flict with Lord Baltimore had ended in the final over- 
throw of Baltimore's power and as far as human eye 
could see the "pirate and felon convict" would continue 
to rule Maryland as long as Oliver Cromwell ruled over 
England. It was a marvelous change for the unknown 
man who had left Cleburne in Westmoreland about 
thirty years before and had come to Virginia to seek 
his fortunes. With nothing to aid him but his own brain 
and will he had made succesful headway against the 
powerful Lord Baltimore — indeed against the Crown it- 
self; and now in these last days had finally attained all 
his ends, and was not only Lord of Kent but of all Mary- 
land. 

In his later life, however, fate was not kind to this re- 
markable man and he was to encounter obstacles with 
which no human power can contend. He was not des- 
tined to retain his authority in Maryland. 

In the autumn of 1658 the great Protector passed 
away and two years later Charles II was restored to his 
throne and Maryland quietly acknowledged him. That 
was necessarily the end of Clayborne's authority in the 
province. There was no longer any posibility of even 
retaining his hold on Kent Island and for the rest of 

482 



his life he made no further attempts to gain possession 
of it. He and his old Puritan followers were under an 
eclipse. 

The famous rebel was now an old man and spent the 
remainder of his life at his fine house of "Romancoke" 
and toward the end of the century he died at the age of 
about ninety. 

These old struggles are now long forgotten, but they 
lie at the foundation of American History and are well 
worthy of attention. In the history of Virginia in the 
seventeenth century, two episodes are most prominent — 
the Great Rebellion led by Bacon against Sir William 
Berkeley and Charles II, and this civil war in Maryland 
instituted by Clayborne against Lord Baltimore and 
Charles I. Bacon's career and character have secured 
the recognition to which they are entitled, while Clay- 
borne's have been caricatured by political opponents and 
their modern echoes. 

The decision against his claims by the Lords Com- 
missioners made him technically a rebel, but his right was 
still there, and he was amply justified in defending it. 
His career can be readily traced from his childhood at 
Cleburne Hall to his old age at Romancoke and it is not 
difficult to correctly estimate the character of the man. 
He was a soldier, a diplomat, a politician and a man of 
genius. Living in an age which was not scrupulous, he 
fought his enemies with their own weapons, and the mul- 
titudes of honorable persons of his blood in the United 
States may well feel proud of their descent from him. 



483 



MAJOR SIMON WILLARD. 

BY CHARLES PHELPS NOYES. 

Among the Puritans whose names we delight to honor, 
few rendered more distinguished services both military 
and civil in Mass. Colony than Maj. Simon Willard. 

He was born in Horsmonden, Co. Kent, Eng., was a son 
of Richard Willard, by his second wife, Margery, and 
was baptized April 7, 1605. While he was brought up in 
the Established Church of England there is some reason 
to believe that his father was among those who in- 
clined towards the dissenters. His own attitude also 
throughout his long life in New England was that of the 
strictest adherence to Puritanism. He is said to have had 
a commission as captain in the army before leaving Eng- 
land and in Johnson's "Wonder Working Providence" he 
is called a "Kentish soldier." 

He first married Mary Sharpe, a daughter of Henry 
Sharpe of Horsmonden and with his wife and young 
family came to New England in 1634. He was then 
aged 29. He settled first at Cambridge where he was a 
merchant and engaged in trading with Indians, purchas- 
ing furs for export. In 1635 Rev. Mr. Bulkeley, Simon 
Willard and twelve others were granted by the court a 
plantation at Musketaquid, six miles square, which they 
occupied during the fall of that year and named the place 
Concord. Immediately upon the organization of the 
town he was chosen clerk, which office he held for 19 
years. He was given command of the train band and 
soon after, in March, 1637, was commissioned "Lieut. 
Commander," and from this time on for upwards of 40 

484 



years, his military service was continuous, while he 
served also continuously in civil office for 15 years as 
Deputy and 22 years as Assistant. 

His large acquaintance and dealings with the Indians 
enabled him to render the Apostle Eliot valuable aid and 
he was the medium of communication between the gov- 
ernment and the sachems. 

As surveyor he appears to have been appointed by the 
General Court to lay out their grants for towns, etc., and 
also as arbitrator in the many angry disputes which were 
constantly arising over boundary lines. A tribute to his 
tact and judgment is found in the grateful acknowledg- 
ment of the people in many of the petitions asking for 
confirmation of his adjustments. A commission of which 
he was chairman had for 7 years practically the entire 
authority in all municipal affairs of the neighboring town 
of Lancaster. They appointed the selectmen, regulated 
the division of land, and even the affairs of the church 
were a part of their care. The administration of their 
affairs resulted in their offering him an exceptional in- 
ducement to come to Lancaster. This he accepted, sold 
his estate in Concord and removed to Lancaster in 1658 
or 1659 and thence to Groton in 1671 settling on a large 
farm he had acquired there. 

His wife Mary died, having borne him 9 children and 
he married as his second wife Elizabeth Dunster who 
died six months later. He married as his third wife 
Mary Dunster, by whom he had 8 children born between 
the years 1649 an d 1669. 

He had been chosen Sergeant Major, or chref mili- 
tary officer for Middlesex County in 1653 an d the next 

485 



year was commander in chief of the expedition against 
Ninigret, Sachem of the Nyanticks. His most distin- 
guished service began with the opening of King Philip's 
war, when, as Sergeant Major, he was in a position of 
great responsibility, organizing the forces of the Col- 
ony, protecting and fortifying outlying settlements, etc. 
Although an old man 70 years of age he was in the sad- 
dle almost constantly for months. He was at the battle 
at Brookfield and from that time his forces were scouting 
the country wherever there was alarm. He went to 
Hadley, Springfield and other threatened villages and re- 
turned to his home in Groton when an attack was ex- 
pected there. This came in March, 1675-6 and the town 
was then completely destroyed, including his house and 
his son's house. The people of Groton had all been re- 
moved and Maj. Willard had taken his family to Charles- 
town. 

On March 29th he was in his seat at the Court of As- 
sistants ; on April 1 1 he was re-elected and was actively 
engaged in his public duties until April 18 when he was 
taken with an "epidemical cold," and on April 24, 1675-6 
he "died in his bed in peace, though God had honored 
him with several signal victories over our enemies in 
war," as a contemporary historian says. , 

His funeral was "an occasion for great pomp. Six 
military companies parading under command of Capt. 
Henchman; and his death created profound sorrow far 
and wide." His family were reimbursed in 1677 "for 
his great expense and services" and in 1681 a grant of 
1000 acres of land was set aside for his six youngest 
children when they should become of age. 

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490 



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HOWARD, CHARLES EDWARD NASON. 

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491 



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St. Paul, Minn. 

WHITNEY, FRANK IRVING. (Soc. No. 95). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

WHITNEY, HARRY EDWARD, M. A. (Soc. No. 12). 
Faribault, Minn. 

WICKWIRE, ARTHUR MANLEY. (Soc. No .123). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

WINTON, WILLIAM CRAYTON. (Soc. No. 109). 
Duluth, Minn. 

WOODWARD, FRANCIS WILLIAM (Soc. No. 116). 
Eau Claire, Wis. 

YOUNG, EDWARD BLAKE. (Soc. No. 125). 
St. Paul, Minn. 

YOUNG, GEORGE BROOKS. (Soc. No. 117). 
St. Paul, Minn. 
*Deceased. 

496 



ERRATA. 

Page 88, Line 20. 

For "Frances Elizabeth Griswold" read "Frances Elizabeth 
Lane." 

Page 88, Line 22. 

For "Frances Ann Lane," read "Frances Ann Griswold, 1795- 
1880." 

Page 153, Line 6. 

For "Israel Farnsworth Stockton, 1778-1859," read "Israel Farns- 
worth Stockton, 1788-1859." 

Page 165, Line 21. 

For "For line of descent see Lieut. Reinold Marvin," read 
"2 to 6, same as descent from "William Peck (No. 1). 
7. Richard Ely 2nd -.... Mary Marvin, 1666-.... 

Page 225, Line 27. 

For "2 to 7, same as descent from Capt. Samuel Moore," read 
"2 to C, same as descent from Capt. Samuel Moore. 

7. Joseph Moore, 1679-1756. Sarah Sackett, 1689-1760." 

Page 255, Line 8. 

For "Mary Richards, 1630-1703" read "Mary Richards, 1630-1659." 

Page 357, Line 11. 

For "Ninth in descent from Thomas White, Jr.," read "Fourth 
in descent from Thomas White, Jr." 

Page 358, Line 21. 

For "Seventh in descent from Lieut. Thomas Stebbins," read 
"Eighth in descent from Lieut. Thomas Stebbins." 

Page 358, Lines 29, 30. 

For "7. Benjamin Stebbins, - Martha (Blackman) Ball, 

8. Lieut. Thomas Stebbins, 1620-1683. Hannah Wright, -1660." 

read, "7. Benjamin Stebbins, 1676-1748. Martha (Blackman) Ball, 
....-1746. 

8. Lieut. Joseph Stebbins, 1652-1726. Sarah Dorchester, 1653-1746. 

9. Lieut. Thomas Stebbins, 1620-1683. Hannah Wright, ....-1660." 

Page 392. 

In line of descent of Edwin Ames Jaggard, after No. 2 and 
No. 3, read as folows: 

4. Micajah Clement - Rachel (Talbert) Freeland, -.... 

Number Generations 

4, 5, 6, 7 and 8. 

6, 6, 7, 8 and 9 respectively. 

Page 392, Line 20. 

For "Seventh in descent from Daniel Wills, Sr.," read "Eighth 
In descent from Daniel Wills, Sr." 

497 



INDEX. 



ABBOTT. 

Benjamin W. (1797-1854) 28. 
Elizabeth (....-1702) 155. 
Ephraim (1710-1745) 173. 
Everton J. (1849-....) 28. 
Hannah (1757-....) 290. 
John, Sr., (....-....) 289. 
John, Jr. (1727-....) 289. 
Margaret (....-1794) 122. 
Rhoda (1741-....) 173. 
Susan (....-....) 289. 

ABBY. 

Agnes (....-1765) 102. 
ABEL. 

Daniel (1706-....) 114. 

Margaret ( - ) 96. 

Mary (1736-....) 113. 

ADAMS. 

Aaron (1771-1848) 33. 
Abigail (1726-....) 156. 
Abigail (1755-1811) 321. 
Charles (1716-1763) 322. 
Edward (1630-1716) 33. 
Eleanor (Newton), Elinor 

(....-1598-1681) 178, 371. 
Eliashib (....-....) 199. 
Elizabeth (1660-....) 307. 
Elizabeth (1681-1766) 195, 1ST. 
Hannah (1721-1789) 157. 
Henry (1663-1749) 33. 
John Q. (1837-....) 33, 39. 
John W. (1866-....) 39. 
Joseph (1683-1752) 199, 200. 
Joseph (1706-1768) 33. 
Lucius S. (1804-1880) 33, 35, 36. 
Lucy, (1779-1S17) 199. 
Mehitabel (....-....) 199. 
Mehitabel (1723-1809) 199. 
Parker (1722-....) 199. 
Phineas (....-1789) 201. 
Samuel (1652, 1653, 1654-1718, 

....) 156, 157, 199, 322. 
Simon (1746-1804) 33. 
Thomas (1612-1688) 156, 199, 322. 
Thomas (1688-....) 156, 322. 
Trintje (....-....) 302. 
William (1650-1685) 195. 
William (1752-1840) 201. 
Zerviah (1749-1829) 199. 

ADGATE. 

Elizabeth (1651-....) 91. 
AIKEN. 

David (1680-....) 161. 

John (1663-1746) 161. 

Jonathan ( - ) 161. 

Siybilla (1767-....) 160. 
ALCOCK. 

George (....-1640) 192. 

John (1627-1667) 192. 

Sarah (1650-1715) 192. 
ALDEN. 

Elizabeth (1623-1717) 217, 286, 
394. 

TSclclC ( - ^ 177 

John (1599-1687) 46, 47, 130, 177. 

216, 217, 265, 266, 286, 369, 394. 

Joseph (1624, 1627-1697) 47, 177. 



Joseph (1667-1747) 47. 
Mary 0699-1782) 47. 

Ruth ( 1634-1774) 266, 369. 

Sarah (1688-....) 177. 
Sarah (....-....) 130. 

ALLEN (see Allyn). 

Elizabeth (....-1681) 250. 
Elizabeth (1743-1803) 206. 
Elmira (1802-1857) 204. 
Hannah (1669-....) 302. 
John (1732-....) 206. 
Joseph (1652-1703) 206. 
Lemuel (....-....) 293. 
Martha (1641-....) 134, 342. 
Mehitabel (1665) 177. 
Moses (1773-1341) 206. 
Nehemiah (1699-1785) 206. 
Rachel (1795-1863) 293. 
Samuel (1632-1703) 142. 
Sarah (1667-....) 142. 
Sarah (....-....) 161. 
Sarah ( - ) 199. 

ALLERTON. 

Isaac (1580, 1583-1659) 129, 293. 
Mary (1616-1699) 129. 
Remember (1614-1652) 293. 

ALLYN, ALLYNE (See Allen). 
Hannah (1673-1748) 386, 388. 
Samuel (1644-1726) 386, 389. 
Sarah T. (1678-....) 57. 

ALMY. 

Christopher (1632-1713) 41. 
Christopher (1698-1728) 41. 
Elizabeth (1697-1741.) 41. 
Job (1675-1743) 41, 42. 
Job (1721-....) 41. 
Job (1754-1820) 41. 
John J. (1815-1895) 41, 43. 
Samuel (1780-1820) 41. 
William (1601-1676) 42. 
William E. (1856-....) 40. 

ALSOP. 

Elizabeth (....-1669) 37. 
Elizabeth (....-1728) 48. 

ALVORD. 

Alexander (1620-1683) 365. 

Jerusha (1741- ) 363, 364. 

John, Sr. (1685-1757) 364. 
John, Jr. (1711-1758) 364. 
Thomas 0653-....) 365. 

ANDERSON. 

Arthur C. (1859-....) 45. 

Asenath ( -....) 264. 

Francis W. (1832-....) 45, 48. 
George (1726-1816) 47. 
Jacob (1798-1833) 45. 
Patrick (1719-1793) 264. 
Robert (....-1754) 48. 
Thomas (1758-1835) 47. 

ANDREWS. 

Mary (1643-....) 103. 
ANGELL. 

John (1646-1720) 67. 

John (1677-....) 67, 68. 

Sarah (1734-....) 66 67. 



499 



Stephen (. ...-1772) 67. 
Thomas (1618-1694) 67. 

ANSEL, ANSELL. 

Mary (....-....) 58, 223. 
ARMSTRONG. 

Mary (1737-....) 74. 
ARNBTT. 

Elizabeth (1769-1823) 32S. 

James (....-1751) 323. 

ARNOLD. 

Alice 0741-....) 296. 
Benedict (1615-1678) 123. 
Caleb (1644-1719) 123. 
Joanna (1617-1692) 67. 
Penelope (1669-1742) 123. 
Sarah (1698-....) 298, 299. 
Stephen, Sr. (1622-1699) 298. 
Stephen, Jr., (1654-1720) 298. 

ASHLEY. 

Clarissa (....-....) 50. 
Enoch (1750-....) 60. 
Thomas (1704-....) 50. 

ATHEARN. 

Dinah (1737-1811) 50. 
Jethro (1693-1784) 50. 

ATHEROLD. 

Hannah (....-....) 151, 
ATHERTON. 

Humphrey (....-1661) 385. 

Thankful (1644-1719) 385. 

ATKINS. 

Eliza (1809-1890) 299, 301. 

AUSTIN. 

Marianna (....-1787) 249. 

AVERT. 

James (1620-1694) 163, 242, 24? 
Marcia G. 0648-....) 163. 
Mary (1648-....) 242. 
Rachel (1679-1775) 62. 
Robert &649-1722) 62. 
William 0622-1687) 6S. 

ATBRS. 

Elizabeth (....-1716) 119. 
Sarah (....-1753) 391. 

BACKUS. 

Elizabeth (1789-1863) 194. 
Brastus 0761-1791) 194. 
Nathaniel (1669-1728) 196. 
Nathaniel (1704-1773) 196. 
Nathaniel 0727-1787) 196. 
William (1M0-172O 19$. 

BACON. 

David O760-....) 148. 
Ebenezer O708-1745) 67. 
Ebenezer, Jr. (1759-1817) 57. 
Elizabeth L. 0837-....) 148. 
Lydia 0638-1712) 152. 
Margaret 0792-1869) 67. 
Mary ( -....) 273. 



Nathaniel (....-1673) 57, 58. 
Nathaniel, Jr. (1645-1691) 57. 
Nathaniel (1674-1759) 148. 

Nathaniel (1707- ) 148. 

Nathaniel (1729-....) 148. 
Nathaniel (1801-1873) 148. 
Samuel (1682-....) 67. 

BADGER. 

Giles (....-1647) 145, 337. 
John (1643-1691) 145, 337. 
John (1665-....) 337. 
Joseph (1698-1760) 337. 
Judith (1724-1810) 337. 
Sarah (1667-....) 145. 

B AGLET. 

Abigail (1699-1743) 48. 
BAILET (see Bayley). 

Benjamin (1682-1726) 51. 

Benjamin (1713-1790) 50. 

Elizabeth (1765-1851) 384. 

Everett H. (1850-....) 50. 

Francis P. (1820-1888) 50. 

John (....-1736) 396. 

John, Jr. (1702-....) 384. 

Nathan (1724-1801) 384. 

Sarah (1710-....) 252, 396. 

Stephen (1753-1816) 50. 

Wdlllam (....-1676) 396. 

William (1684-1730) 396. 

Winthrop (1784-1835) 50. 

BAKER. 

Elias (....-....) 74. 
Jane M. (1814-1899) 71. 

Lucretia (....- ) 393. 

Lydia (1759-1828) 335. 
Otis (1727-1801) 335. 
Thomas (1682-....) 336. 
Timothy (....-1729) 336. 

BALDWIN. 

Amy (....-1809) 258. 
Ann (....-1661) 228. 
Prances (1771-1828) 211. 
Hannah (1699-....) 196. 
Henry (....-1698) 212. 
Henry, Jr. (1664-1739) 212. 
Isaac (1700-....) 211. 
John (....-....) 197. 
Jonathan (....-....) 44. 
Martha (1645-1676) 65. 
Nahum (1734-1788) 211. 
Nathaniel (1693-1760) 259. 
Richard (1622-1665) 48. 
Sarah (1649-....) 48. 
Sarah (....-1789) 43. 
Thomas 0662-1741) 196, 197. 

BALL 

Elizabeth (1677-....) 363. 
Francis (....-1648) 363. 
Hannah (1650-....) 151, 152. 
Martha (Blackman( (...-1746) 

358, 497. 
Samuel (....-....) 363. 
William (1615-1680) 151. 

BALLARD. 

Sarah (....-1733) 296. 
William (1603-1689) 296. 



500 



BANGS. 

Edward (1592-1677) 104, 105. 
Hannah ( - ) 108. 

Rebecca (...., 1635-....) 105, 
218. 
BARBER. 

Susanna (1697-1748) 124. 
BARCLAY. 

Agnes (....- ) 264. 

BARKER. 

James (1623-1702) 231. 

Joseph ( - ) 289. 

Judith (1671-1759) 311. 

Lydia (1711-1802) 387, 389. 

Mary (....-....) 231, 234. 

Peter (....-1725) 231. 

Rebecca (....- ) 142. 

Robert (....-1692) 142. 

Sally (1785-1863) 289, 290. 
BARNARD. 

Elinor (1706-....) 146. 

Elizabeth ( - ) 330. 

Hannah (....-1675) 294. 

Hannah (1685-1727) 347. 

Jeremiah (1751-1835) 109. 

Joseph (1641-1695) 347. 

Mary (1766-1844) 385. 

Mary P. (1781-1860) 109. 

Robert (1689-1773) 109. 

Robert (1714-1790) 109. 

Samuel (1673-1748) 146, 147. 

Thomas (1641-1715) 146. 
BARNES. 

Enos (1723-1798) 375. 

Esther (....-....) 130. 

John (....-1671) 130. 

Lucy M. (1808-1856) 252, 394, 396. 

Mary (....-....) 150. 

Mary (1682-1734) 102. 

Mary S. (....-1862) 292. 

Rebecca (1680-1765) 202. 

Sarah (1759-1848) 373. 

Thomas 1st (....-1689) 103. 

Thomas 2d (1653-1712) 103. 

Thomas ( -1726) 375. 

BARNEY. 

Mary (....-....) 369. 
BARNUM. 

Sarah (1782-1832) 289. 
BARR. 

Mary (....-....) 106. 
BARRON. 

Ellis ( 1600-1676) 76, 330. 

Grace (1690-1783) 35. 

Hannah (1659-1680) 330. 

Mary (1754-1837) 75. 

Moses (1643-....) 76. 

Moses (1709-1771) 75. 
Samuel (1679-1771) 75, 76. 

BARSTOW. 

George, Sr., (1614-1654) 342, 344. 
George Jr. (1652-1726) 342. 
Martha (1690-...O 342. 
Patience (....-....) 138. 
Sarah (....-....) 85, 191. 



BARTHOLOMEW. 

Andrew (1670-1753) 63, 378. 
Andrew (1744-1818) 378. 
Andrew (1802-1879) 376, 378. 
Ira (1753-1828) 53. 
Ira H. (1798-1830) 53, 55. 
James H. S. (B48-....) 53. 
Joseph (1721-1781) 53, 378, 379. 
Pauline A. (1835-1882) 373, 376, 

378 380 
Sherman W. (1825-1862) 53, 54, 

55. 
William (1602-1680) 379. 
William (1640-1687, 1697) 53, 378. 
Wyllis (1777-1846) 378. 
BARTLETT. 

Abial (1651-1723) 194. 
Abigail (....-1689) 310, 366. 
Elizabeth (....-1713) 197. 
Elizabeth (1653-1742) 35. 
George (....-1659) 36. 
Mary (....-....) 285. 
Rhoda (1765-1814) 210. 
Richard (1649-1724) 211. 
Robert (....-1676) 197, 310, 366. 
Shuab (....-1803) 116. 
Simeon (1722-....) 211. 
Stephen (1691-....) 211. 
Thomas (1594-1654) 194. 
BASS. 

Elizabeth (1703-1774) 266. 
John (1632, 1633-1716) 266, 369. 
Joseph (1665-1734) 266. 
Samuel 0600-1694) 266, 369. 
Sarah (1672-1751) 369. 
BASSETT. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 197. 
Elizabeth (1701-....) 48. 
Robert (1638-1720) 48. 
BATCHELDER. 

Ruth (1662-1752) 388. 
BATES. 

John (1828-....) 55. 
William O. (1852-....) 55. 
BAXTER. 

Lydla R. (....-....) 159. 
BAYETUX. 

Magdalena (1706-1737) 383. 
BAYLEY (See Bailey). 
John, Sr. (1661-1727) 384. 
Thomas (1630-1675) 384. 
BEADLE. 

Martha (....-....) 288. 
BEAMAN. 

John, Jr. (1677-1763) 273. 
John (....-....) 273. 
Mary (1768-1847) 271. 
Noah (1704-....) 273. 

BEAMSLEY. 

Mercy (1637- ) 296. 

William (....-1658) 295. 

BEARSE 

Austin (1618-1697 ) 108, 280. 

Priscilla (1644-1712) 108, 280. 



501 



BEATON. 

Polly (....-....) 264. 
BECKET. 

Mary (....-1677) 85, 189. 
BECKMAN. 

Alida O702-1748) 384. 

BEEKMAN. 

Cornelia (1693-1742) 180. 
Henry (1649-1716) 180. 
Wilhelmus (1623-1707) 180. 

BEERS. 

Mary (1643-1677) 190. 

Richard (1612-1675) 127, 191, 413. 

Sarah (....-....) 127. 

BEKKER. 

Martena (....-1736) 113. 
BELCHER. 

Alethina (....-....) 307. 

Mary (....-1707) 266. 

Sarah (....-....) 221. 

William (1731-1801) 307, 808. 

BELDING. 

Lydia (....-....) 322. 

BELL. 

Ed-win (1870-....) 56. 
Francis (....-1690) 380. 
George (1828-....) 57. 
George H. (....-....) 325. 
Nancy (....-....) 325. 
Rebecca (1643-1676) 380. 
Samuel (1765-1804) 57. 
William D. (1793-1841) 57. 

BEMENT. 

Caleb N. (1791-1868) 59. 
Robert B. C. (1848-....) 57. 
Sarah (1769-1797) 57. 
William (1680-1728) 60. 
William (1708-....) 60. 
William (1737-....) 60. 
William (1766-1841) 59. 
William 0816-1882) 57, 59. 

BEMIS. 

Abijah (1722-....) 192. 
Beulah (....-....) 192. 
David (1729-1813) 371. 
Elias (1767-1806) 371. 
John (1686-....) 192. 
Joseph, Jr. (1651-1684) 372. 
Lavinia B. (1798-1854) 370, 371. 
Philip (1700-....) 372. 

BENEDICT. 

Mary (....-....) 170. 
BENHAM. 

Benjamin (1733-....) 874, 375, 
380 

Elizabeth R. (1763-....) 374, 
380. 

Joseph 0659-....) 375. 

Joseph (1685-1754) 375, 380. 
BENJAMIN. 

Abel (1731-....) 331. 



Martha (1792-1861) 326, 329. 
Samuel (1753-....) 329. 
Sarah (1663-1745) 194. 

BENNETT, BENNET. 
Abigail (....-....) 374, S81. 
E. (....-....) 104. 
James (....-1736) 381. 
Mary (....-....) 305. 

BENT. 

Sally A. (1814-1S57) 179. 
BERRIEN. 

Abraham (1751-1830) 227. 

Agnes (1675-1756) 227. 

Cornells J. (....-1689) 227. 

Cornelius (1698-1767) 227. 

John (1698-....) 227. 

Rebecca (....-....) 227. 

Richard (1726-1802) 227. 

BESSE. 

Joanna (Pratt) (1772-1857) 141. 
BESSET. 

Anthony (1609-1657) 50. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 50. 

BETT. 

Grace (....-1705) 103. 

BETTS. 

Daniel (....-1759) 226. 
Elizabeth (....-....) 225. 

Jemima ( - ) 226. 

Richard (1613-1713) 226. 
Thomas (....-1709) 226. 
Zilla (....-.... )220. 

BEVENS. 

Joanna ( -....) 143. 

BIDWELL. 

Annar (1771-1843) 102. 

Benjamin (1744-1831) 102. 

Daniel (1717-1792) 102. 

Samuel (1650-1715) 102. 

Samuel (1677-1727) 102. 

BIGELOW. 

Daniel, Sr. (1650-1715) 313, 337. 
Daniel, Jr. (1691-1752) 313. 
Elizabeth (1657-1694) 75. 
Elizabeth (1773-1870) 312, 313. 
Ephraim (1698-1756) 337. 
Hepzibah 0767-1841) 337. 
John, (1616, 1617-1703) 75, 193, 

313 337 
Joseph (1730-....) 337. 
Joseph (1735-1774) 313. 
Mary (1649-1704) 193. 

BIGG. 

Elizabeth (....-1638) 102. 
BILES. 

Susannah ( -1806) 218. 

William (....-1710) 218. 

William 2d (....-....) 218. 

William 3d (....-....) 218. 
BILL. 

Eunice P. 0779-1861) 261. 

James (1694-....) 263. 



502 



Jonathan (1731-....) 261. 
Philip (1620-1689) 263. 
Roswell (1753-.... )261. 
Samuel (1665-1730) 263. 

BILLINGS. 

Hannah (1736-1815) 40. 
BIRCHARD. 

Hannah (....-....) 197. 

Thomas (....-1684) 197. 

BIRD. 

Hannah (1675-1751) 359. 
James (....-1708) 359. 
Patience (1683-1757) 385. 
Thomas (1640-1710) 385. 

BISHOP. 

Fanny ( - ) 177. 

James (....-1691) 374. 
James (1671-1738) 374, 381. 
Mary (....-1675, 1676) 36, 274, 

352. 
Mary (1698-....) 374, 381. 

BISSELL. 

Ann (1675-1709) 345. 
Benjamin (1701-1758) 60. 
John (1591-1677) 60, 345. 
John, Jr. (....-1693) S45, 346, 

352. 
John (1660-1725) 60. 
Joseph (1731-1814) 60. 
Joseph W. (1759-1828) 60. 
Leverett (1785-1833) 60. 
Thomas (....-1689) 60. 
■William J. (1816-1898 ) 60, 

61. 
William P. (1844-....) 60. 

BTVEN. 

Joanna (1687- ) 221. 

BLACKMAN. 

Martha (....-1746) 358, 497. 
BLACKMER, BLACKMORE. 

Mary ( 1612-1694 ) 156, 

199, 322. 
BLACKWELL. 

Lydia (....-....) 226. 
BLAISDELL. 

Ruth (1758-1844) 124. 

BLAKE. 

Experience (1665- ) 527, 528. 

James (1624-1700) 388. 
James (1652-1732) S88. 
James, Jr. (1688-1750) 386, 388. 
James 0798-1876) 385. 
Mary C. (1831-1901) 385, 386. 
Prudence (1650-1689) 119. 
Samuel (1715-17541 385. 
Thomas (1752-1840) 385. 
"William, Sr. (1594-1663) 327. 
William, Jr. (1620-1703) J27. 

BLANCHARD. 

Hannah (1682-1774) 175. 
Samuel (1629-1707) 173. 



BLANCON. 

Catherine (....-....) 209. 
BLANET. 

Mary (1679-1743) 152. 
BLIGH. 

Lois (Ivory) (1661-....) 93. 
BLISS. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 359. 

Margaret (1650-1745) 355. 

Nathaniel (....-....) 368. 

Sarah (....-....) 200. 

BLODGETT. 

Susanna (1637-1698) 176. 
Thomas (1605-1642) 176. 

BLOOMPIBLD. 

Joseph (....- ) 304. 

Mary (........) 304. 

Thomas, Jr. (1648-....) 304. 

BODFISH. 

John (1675-....) 50. 
Joseph (1651-1744) 60. 
Mary (....-1662) 347. 
Mary (1705-....) 50. 
Robert (....-1651) 347. 

BOELAN. 

Marie (....-....) 113. 
BOND. 

Agnes ( - ) 327. 

Benjamin (1680-1760) 323. 

Esther (1655-....) 147. 

Joseph (....-....) 323. 

Mary (1726-1815) 323. 

Mary (....-1843) 323. 

Robert (1599-1677) 323. 

Robert (....-....) 323. 

BOOSET. 

James (....-1649) 30. 
Mary ( 1631-1702) 30, 31. 

BOOTH. 

Bethia (1658-....) 247. 
Elizabeth (1641-1732) 31. 
John (1653-1728) 101. 
John (1695-....) 101. 
Mabel (1735-1781) 101. 

BORADEL, BORODELL. 

Ann (1615-1712) 97, 161, 238. 
BOREMAN. 

Martha (1641-1720) 136. 

Thomas (....-1673) 136. 

BOTTGHTON (see Bouton, 
IBroughton). 
John (1615-1705) 368. 

BOUKER. 

Charles (1725-1781) 312. 
Prudence (1751-1795) 312. 

BOULTER. 

Mary D. (1658-....) 121. 



503 



BOURNE. 

Ann (1615-1684) 95. 
Elizabeth (....-....) 246. 
Hannah (1665-1705) 160. 
John (1627-1695) 160. 
Lydia (....-....) 138. 
Margaret (....-1666, 1683, ....) 

92, 115, 196, 292. 
Thomas (...., 1581-1664 ) 

95, 115, 138, 196, 292. 

BOUTON (see Boughton, 
Broughton). 

Bridget ( 1642-....) 198, 

248. 

John (....-1672 ) 198, 24S. 

John (....-....) 290. 
Rachel (1667-....) 290. 

BOWEN. 

Abraham B. (1812-1882) 65. 
Amy (....-....) 194. 
Asa (1777-1857) 65. 
Edgar C. (1812-....) 64. 
Lemuel (1755-....) 65. 
Margaret (....-1692) 258. 
Mary (....-1818) 109. 
Obadiah (1633-....) 65. 
Richard (1600-1675) 66. 

Samuel (1687- ) 65. 

Thomas (1659-....) 65. 
William (1732-....) 65. 

BOWLES. 

John 2d (1653-1691) 254. 
John 3d (1685-1737) 254. 
Joshua (1722-1794) 254. 
Mary H. (1833-....) 253, 254. 
Ralph H. (T757-1813) 254. 

Rebecca (....- ) 149. 

Stephen J. (1794-1845) 254. 

BOYD. 

Harriet (1798-1850) 210, 211. 
James (1768-1835) 211. 
(....-....) 304. 

BOYNTON. 

Hilkiah (....-....) 135. 
Joanna (....-....) 135, 136. 
Joseph (1645-1730) 135. 

BRACKET, BRACKETT. 
Hannah (1634-....) 140. 

Rach(a)el ( 1639-....) 51, 

275. 
Richard (1610, 1611-1690, 1691) 
51, 140, 275. 
BRADBURY. 

Jane (1645-....) 300. 
Thomas 0610-1695) 299, 300. 

BRADFORD. 

Alice (1661-1745) 195, 201. 
Hannah (1662-1738) 221. 
Irene (1719-....) 187. 
Joseph (1675-1747) 137. 
Melatiah (....-....) 208. 
William (1588, 1590-1657) 187, 

195, 201, 208, 221, 422. 
William (1624-1693, 1703, 1704) 
187, 195, 201, 208, 221, 416. 



BRADLEY. 

Martha (....-....) 809. 
Mary (1653-....) 206. 
William (....-....) 206. 

BRADSTREET. 

Mercy (1647-1715) 313, 316, 320. 
Simon (1603-1697) 313, 316, 320. 

BRAGDON. 

Isabella (....-1759) 118. 
Mary (1675-....) 118. 

BEATNE. 

Ann B. (....-....) 393. 
BRECK. 

Hannah (1717-1801) 307. 
BRERETON. 

Elizabeth ( -....) 151. 

Thomas (....-1688) 151. 

BRETT. 

Francis ( - ) 303. 

Hannah (1743-1825) 303. 
Louisa (1822-....) 177. 
Pliny (1790-1870) 177. 
Roger (....-1721) 303. 
Rufus (1751-....) 177. 
Seth (....-....) 177. 
Simeon (1720-1792) 177. 

BREWER. 

Hannah (....-1717, ....) 173, 

294. 

BREWSTER. 

Abigail (....-....) 209. 
Benjamin (1633-1710) 49. 
Grace (1639-1684) 98. 
John (....-....) 209. 
Jonathan (1593-1659) 49, 98. 
Jonathan (1664-1704) 49. 
Mary (1703-....) 49. 
Nathaniel (1620-1690) 209. 
Patience (....-1634) 104, 21«. 
Samuel (1718-1802) 209. 
William (1563, 1567-1644) 49, 104, 
439. 

BRIDGE. 

Ann (a) (1646-1727) 192, 202, 329. 

John (....-1665) 192, 202, 329. 

Matthew (....-1700) 192, 202, 
329, 330. 
BRIGGS. 

Hannah (1783-1863) 65. 

John (1609-1690) 161. 

John 1st (1680-....) 145. 

John 2d (....-....) 145. 

Margaret (1775-1828) 143. 

Mary (1671-....) 161. 

Rebecca ( -1673) 42. 

Rufus (....-....) 145. 

Thomas (....-1720) 161. 

William (....-....) 145. 

BRIGHAM. 

Mary (....-....) 282. 

BRIGHT. 

Henry (1602-1686) 150, »J0. 



S04 



Mary (1639-....) 150. 
Mary (....-1765) 329. 
Nathaniel (1647-1726) 330. 

BHINKBRHOFP. 

George (1773-1830) 227. 
Mary (1795-....) 225. 

BRINLEY. 

Ann 0628-1708) 229, 237, 242. 
BROCKLEBANK. 

Samuel (1628-1676) 117, 213. 

Sarah (...., 1668-1750) 116, 212. 

BRODHEAD. 

Charles (....-1724) 113. 
Daniel (....-1667) 113. 
Mary (1699-....) 112. 

BRONSON. 

Dorcas ( -1697) 251. 

John (....-1680) 251, 350. 
Mary ( -....) 350. 

BROOKE. 

John R. (1838-....) 69. 
William (1792-1872) 70. 

BROOKS. 

Daniel (1663-1733) 387, 389. 
Ephraim (1736-1823) 387, 389. 
Eunice (1655-....) 277. 
John (....-1691) 277. 
John (1702-1777) 387, 389. 
Joshua (....-....) 387, 389. 
Rossefair (1771-1837) 387, 389. 
Thomas (....-1667) 387, 389. 

BROUGHTON (See Boughton, 
Bouton). 
Abigail (1670-....) 368. 
Edward (1673-1741) 358, 359. 
George (....-1691) 358. 
Sarah (1723-1784) 356. 

BROWN. 

Abigail (1731-1810) 47. 
Charles (1801-1864) 145, 146. 
Constant (1733-1804) 269. 
Dorothy (1705-. . . .) 51. 
Elizabeth (1698-1794) 312. 
Elizabeth (....-....) 54. 
Ephraim (1650-1693) 147. 
Ephraim (1680-17521 147. 
George (1667-1738) 52. 
Hanah (1707-1762) 202. 
Hannah (1748-....) 48. 
James (1770-1831) 145. 

John 1st ( 1584-1662) 47, 154. 

John 2d (....-1662, 1679) 47, 154. 

John 3d (1650-1708) 47. 

Lora (1761-....) 297. 

Lydia (....-....) 154. 

Lydia (1734-....) 337. 

Mary (1605-1669) 254. 

Mary (....-....) 121. 

Mary E. (1833-1873) 143, 145, 

146. 
Rebecca (1667-....) 337. 
Sarah (1708-1754) 147. 
Stephen (1688-1766) 47. 



BROWNE. 

Elizabeth (1647-1697) 75. 
Elizabeth (1654-1735) 140. 

Francis (....- ) 140. 

Nicholas (....-1673) 75. 
Thomas (1607-1687) 140. 

BROWNELL. 

George (1685-1756) 252, 396. 
George (1711-....) 252, 396. 
Mary (1735-....) 252, 396. 
Sarah (....-1676) 297. 

Thomas, Sr. ( 1619-1665) 

252 297 
Thomas,' Jr. (1650-1732) 252. 

BROWNING. 

Dinah (1736-1799) 123. 
BRUEN. 

John (1646-....) 44. 

Obadiah (....-....) 44, 346. 

Rebecca (....-1721) 346. 

Sarah (1679-1745) 44. 

BRYAN. 

Alexander (1602-1679) 228. 
Hannah (1654-....) 228. 
Richard (....-....) 228. 

BRTANT. 

Frederick S. (1859-....) 71. 
George F. (1812-1860) 71. 
James S. (1838-1863) 71, 75. 
Ken flail ( 1680-....) 75. 
Kendall (1709-1797) 75. 
Reuben (1769-1846) 71. 
Thomas (1742-....) 73, 75. 

BEYER. 

Mary (1692-1788) 297. 
BUCKLAND (see Bucklin). 

Ann (....-....) 47, 154. 

Benjamin (....-1676) 387, 389. 

Leah (....-1759) 387, 389. 

BUCKLIN (See Buckland). 
Deborah (1692-....) 340, 343. 
Joseph, Jr. (1663-1729) 342. 

BUCKMAN. 

Mehttable (1654-1734) 87. 
BUFFINGTON. 

Betsey (1734-1810) 61. 
BULKLEY. 

Jane (1714-1757) 62, 63. 

Joseph (1670-1748) 63. 

Peter (1643-1688) 63. 

BULL. 

Elizabeth (....-1749) 37. 
Thomas (1606-1684) 37. 
Thomas (1646-1708) 37. 

EULLARD. 

Mary (....-....) 341. 
William (1594-1687) 341, 344. 

BULLEN. 

Meletiah (1655-1693) 34, 321. 



505 



BULLER. 

Jane ( — - ) 151. 

BURBANK. 

Judith (1780-1863) 124. 
BURDETTE. 

Joseph (1716-1749) 87. 

Tabitha (1740-....) 86. 

BURGESS. 

Benjamin (....-1772) 262. 
Jacob (1681-1772) 262. 
John (....-1701) 262. 
Rebecca (17B8-....) 261. 
Thomas (1603-1685) 262. 
"William (1735-....) 261. 

BURLEY. 

Rebecca (....-1709) 147. 
BURNETT, BURNET. 

Caroline T. (1820-1856) 215. 

Jacob (1770-1853) 215. 

Jonathan ( - ) 366. 

Mehitable (1777-1828) 366. 

BURNHAM. 

Betsey G. (1787-1868) 60. 
Ruth (1658-....) 211. 
Thomas (....-1694) 211. 

BURR. 

Grace (....-1705) 103. 
BURROWS. 

Caroline E. (1834-1888) 180. 
Ezra (1806-1862) 180. 

BURSLEY. 

Elizabeth (1649-....) 370. 
John (....-1660) 370. 

BURT. 

Abigail (....-....) 363. 
Elizabeth (1630-1691) 311, 366. 
Henry (....-....) 363. 

BUSBT. 

Sarah (....-....) 136. 
BUSHNELL. 

Abraham (1745-....) 250. 

Benajah (1681-1762) 91. 

Elizabeth ( 1711-1746, ....) 

91, 92. 

Laura (1781-1855) 250. 

Mary (1654, 1655-1745) 92, 93, 115. 

Richard 1st (....-....) 91, 115. 

Richard 2d (1652-....) 91. 

Stephen (1714-1750) 251. 

■William, Sr. (....-1684) 251. 

William (1648-1711) 251. 

William 0683-1733) 251. 

BUSS. 

Dorcas (1672-1757) 74. 

Joseph (1649-1680) 74. 

William (1613-1698) 74. 
BUTLER. 

Caroline E (1808-1849) 180. 

Mary (1726-....) 302. 



Phoebe (....-....) 245. 
Richard (....-1684) 356. 
Samuel H. (1785-1851) 180. 

Sarah ( - ) 356. 

Thomas (....-....) 356. 

BUTTERFIELD. 

Susan ( - ) 36. 

BUTTERS, BUTTER. 

Isaac H. (1825-1886) 77, 79. 

Samuel (1703-1788) 77. 

Samuel (1728-1793) 77. 

Samuel H749-1812) 77. 

William (1630-1692) 77. 

William (1665-1745) 77. 

William (1786-1866) 77. 

William (1850-....) 77. 

CAKEBREAD. 

Sarah (Busby) (....- ) 136. 

CALDWELL. 

Rebecca J. (1814-1887) 174. 
CALKINS. 

Hugh (1600-1690) 94, 223. 

Sarah (....-....) 94, 223. 

CAMP. 

Anne (1744-....) 28. 

John (1675-1747) 30. 

John (1713-....) 29, 30. 

CAMPBELL. 

Mary A. (1811-1888) 65. 
CAPEN. 

Dorothy (....-....) 294. 

CARLETON. 

Margaret (1817-1901) 255. 
CARPENTER. 

Abiah (1643-1703) 299. 

Abiah (1697-1742) 298, 299. 

Alfred (1785-1829) 369. 

Alice ( 1590-1670) 208, 221. 

Alice (Southworth) (....-1675) 
201, 449. 450. 

Benjamin (1658-1727 ) 178, 

369. 

Benjamin 2d (1680-....) 369. 

Benjamin 3d (1729-....) 369. 

Benjamin 4th (1760-1838) 369. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 177. 

Joanna (1821-1859) 369. 

Joseph (1633-1675) 178, 369. 

Oliver (....-1727) 299. 

Sarah (1726-1792) 297 298, 299. 

William (....-1605-1639, 1667) 
178, 299, 369. 
CARTER. 

Abigail (....-....) 175. 

Abigail (1748-1804) 276. 

Elizabeth (1680-....) 211. 

Ephraim, Sr. (1713-1793) 276. 

Ephraim, Jr. (1743-1798) 276. 

Hannah (1645-1691) 45. 

Hannah ( -....) 176. 

John (1616-1692) 45, 211. 

John (1653-....) 211. 

John (1713-1776) 278, 279. 



506 



Nancy (1771-1822) 274. 
Samuel (1640-1693) 277. 
Samuel (1678-1738) 276. 

GARY. 

Sarah (Allen) (1667-....) 142. 
Susanna (1755-....) 177. 

CATLIN 

Frederick M. (1859-....) 80. 
Henry (1785-1845) 80. 
Henry (1833-....) 80. 
John (1704-1758) 80. 
John (1760-1843) 80. 
Joseph (1732-....) 80. 

CHADWICK. 

Mary (....-....) 118. 

OHALKER. 

Sarah (1696-....) 100. 
CHAMBERLIN. 

Clarence A (1846-....) 81. 

George H (1827-.... 1 82, 83, 84. 

George H (1865-....) 82. 

Jehiel W. (1857-....) 83. 

Joseph (1655-1721) 81, 84. 

Joseph (1655-1752) 355. 

Joseph (1738-1815) 81, 82, 83. 

Joseph (1777-1845) 81, 82, 83. 

Nathaniel (1689-1780) 81, 84. 

Preston (1802-1859) 81, 82, 83. 

Richard (1714-1784) 81, 82, 83. 

Sarah (1693-1777) 355. 

CHAMBERS. 

David (....-....) 215. 
Rebecca (1751-1834) 215. 

CHAMPLIN. 

Anna (1745-....) 161. 
Christopher, Jr. (1684-1734) 161. 
Ellen E. (1829-....) 153. 
Jeffrey (1652-1715) 123. 
Jeffrey 2d (....-1718) 123. 
Joseph (1709-....) 161. 
Stephen (1710-....) 123. 
Stephen (1734-1778) 123. 
Stephen, (1763-1848) 123. 
Stephen (1789-1870) 123. 

CHANDLER. 

Elizabeth (1693-....) 294. 
Elizabeth (1729-....) 73, 75. 
Samuel (1674-1743) 74. 
Samuel (1704-1754) 73. 
Sarah (1661-1757) 173. 

Thomas (1630-1717 ) 173, 

294. 
Thomas, Jr. (1654- . . . .) 294, 295. 

CHAPIN. 

Catherine (....-1712, ....) 205, 
301, 368. 

Samuel (....-1675) 205, 301, 368. 
CHAPMAN. 

Rebecca ( - — ) 251. 

Rebecca (....-....) 286. 
CHASE. 

Aqullla (1652-1720) 147. 

Esther (1674-....) 147. 



Moses (1663-....) 284. 
Sarah (1731-1794) 283. 
Stephen (1696-....) 283. 

CHAUNCEY. 

Charles (....-1711) 126. 
Mary (....-1776) 125. 

CHECKLET. 

Lydla (1690-1722) 254. 
Samuel (1653-1738) 254. 

CHESEBROUGH. 

Alfred (1818-1894) 88, 93. 
Elihu (1668-1750) 93. 
Elihu (1704-1769) 93. 
Elisha (1637-1670) 93, 94. 
Ephralm (1788-....) 93. 
George L. (1863-....) 88. 
Hanna D (1643-....) 163. 

Rebecca ( - ) 161. 

William (1594-1667) 93. 
William (1745-1840) 93. 

CHESLEY. 

James, Sr. (....-1707) 337. 
James Jr. (1706-1777) 337. 
Tamsen (1728- 1801) 335. 

CHESTER. 

John (1635-1698) 333. 
John (1656-1711) 332, 333, 334. 
John (1703-1771) 331, 332. 
John (1748-1809) 331. 
Mary (1779-1836) 331. 

CHILD. 

Ruth (....-....) 282. 
CHILDS. 

Hannah (1711-1778) 347. 

Richard, Sr. (....-....) 349. 

Richard, Jr. (....-....) 347. 

Samuel (1679-....) 347. 

CHILTON. 

Mary (....-1679) 129. 
CHIPMAN. 

Bertha (1699-....) 255. 
John 1st (1614-1684) 255. 
John 2d (1670-1757) 255. 

CHITTENDEN. 

Daniel (1700-1781) 99. 
Edwin S. (1843-....) 99. 
Hervey (1790-1867) 99. 
Jairus (1745-1828) 99. 
John (1643-1716) 99. 
Joseph (1672-1727) 99. 
Orville H. (1820-1857) 99, 100. 
William (1594-1661) 99. 

CHRISTIAN. 

George C (1873-....) 103. 

George H (1839-....) 103. 
CHURCH. 

Abigail (1647-1677) 328. 

Abigail (1666-....) 85. 

Abigail (1680-1720) 394. 

Hannah (1719-....) 191. 

Joseph (1638-1711) 395. 

MeMtable (1672-1748) S67. 



507 



Nathaniel ( 1941-....) S5, 

191. 
Rebecca (1665-1729) 165. 
Richard (1608-1668) 85, 191, 328, 

395 
Richard (....-1667) 367. 
Richard (1668-....) 191. 
Samuel (1634-....) 367. 



CHURCHILL. 
Mary (1639-.. 



.) 567. 



CLAIBORNE. 

Jane (....-1671) 151. .. 

William (1587-1676) 151, 475. 

CLAP, CLAPP. 

Abigail G. (1775-1838) 385. 
Ebenezer (1770-1806) 385. 
Elizabeth (1634-1694) 388. 
Elizabeth (1714-....) 370, 371. 
Elizabeth (....-....) 371. 
Increase (1640-....) 370. 
John (1676-....) 370. 
Joseph (1751-1823) 385. 
Lemuel (1735-1819) 386. 
Polly (1799-1840) 385. 
Roger (1609-1691) 386. 
Thomas (1597-1684) 370. 
Wait (1649-1717) 386. 

CLARK, CLARKE. 

Andrew (1635-1706) 107, 217. 
Betsey (....-1809) 55. 
Charles H (1837-....) 104, 109. 
Cyrenus (1772-....) 113, 115. 
Daniel (1622, 1623-1710) 90, 113, 

114. 
Daniel (1654-....) 113. 
Desire (....-1840) 257. 
Elizabeth (1651-1729) 90. 
Elizabeth (1758-1851) 60. 
Elizabeth (....-....) 100, 154 

165, 196. 
Elizabeth (1803-1875) 305. 
Faith (1619-1675) 101. 
Freelove (1788-1848) 296, 297. 
George ( 1610-1690) 165, 198, 

236, 319. 
Hannah (....-....) 198. 
Homer P. (1868-....) 104. 
Isaac 0761-1819) 104, 217. 
Jared (1729-....) 113. 
Jeremiah (....-1652) 297. 
, Jeremiah (1734-1815) 297. 
* John ( 1608-1673, 1674 ) 

100, 155, 165. 
John (1700-1740) 297.' 
Kenneth (1847-....) 110. 
Kimball (1734-1801) 107, 108,217. 
Lot 0796-1880) 104, 109. 
Mary (1683-1771) 172. 
Mary E (1824-....) 289, 290. 
Mary P. (1791-1877) 216, 217. 
Nathaniel 1693-....) 113. 
Rebecca (1648-1733) 285. 
Sarah ( 1644-1715, 1716 ) 

163, 236, 319. 
Seth (1709-....) 107, 217. 
Thomas (1598-1697) 107. 
Thomas (1605-1697) 217. 
Thomas (1672-1759) 107, 217. 
Walter 0679-1718) 297. 



Weston (1648-1728) 297. 

William (1609-1690) 285. 

William (1811-1885) 110, 112, 113. 
115. 

CLATPOOLE. 

Edith (1723-1800) 215. 
James (1634-1687) 215. 
Joseph (1677-1744) 215. 

CLEAVES. 

Martha (1681-1725) 73. 
CLEMENCE. 

Richard (....-1723) 68. 

Sarah (1688-....) 67, 68. 

Thomas (....-1688) 68. 

CLEMENT. 

Abel (....-....) 392. 
Lydia (1668-1696) 46. 
Matilda (....-....) 392. 
Martha (1755-1820) 36. 
Mioajah (....-....) 392, 497. 

CLEVELAND. 

Aaron (1654-1716) 34. 
Miriam (1718-1766) 33. 
Moses (1624-1701) 34. 
Moses (1689-1772) 34. 

CLIFT. 

Lemuel (1755-1781) 158. 
Lydia (1779-1808) 158. 
Samuel (....-....) 158. 

CLIFTON. 

Mary ( - — ) 65. 

CLOSE. 

Hannah (1740-1806) 119. 

CLOUGH. 

Sarah (1646-1706) 147. 

COBB. 

Hannah (....-....) 255. 
Henry (....-....) 139. 
John (1632-....) 139. 
John (1662-1727) 139. 
Martha (1691-1775) 138. 
Thankful (1687-1778) 100. 

CODDINGTON. 

Mary (1654-1693) 229, 237, 240. 
William (1601-1678) 229, 237, 242. 
402. 

CODMAN. 

Mary (Bryer) (1692-1788) 297. 

COFFIN. 

Appiah (....-....) 212, 215. 
Edmund (1708-1789) 116. 
Elizabeth (....-1678) 174, 213. 
James (1745-1830) 116. 
John (1694-1762) 212. 
Lydia (....-....) 210. 
Nathaniel 0669-1749) 116, 117, 

212 213 
Nathaniel (1781-1864) 116. 
Peter (1722-....) 212. 
Thomas (1777-1853) 212. 



508 



Tristram (1605, 1609-1681) 116, 

174, 212. 
Tristram, Jr. (1632-1704) 116, 

117, 210, 212, 213. 
William (1822-1890) 116, 119. 
William K. (1850-....) 116. 

COGGESHALL. 

Ann (1626-1687) 298. 
John (1591-1647) 298. 

COGGSWELL, COGSWELL. 
Abigail (1791-1827) 335. 
Amos (1752-1826) 335. 
Appiah (Coffin) (....-....) 212, 

215. 
John (1592-....) 293. 
John (1622-1653) 293. 
John (1650-1724) 293. 

Margaret (1675- ) 293. 

Nathaniel (1707-1783) 337. 

OOLBURN. 

Abiel (1694-1776) 157. 
Samuel (1655-1694) 158. 

COLBY, COLEBT. 

Ambrose (1700-....) 149. 
Anne (1719-1800) 149. 
John (1633-....) 146. 
John (1656-1719) 146. 
Samuel, Sr. (1638-1716) 149. 
Samuel, Jr. (1671-....) 149. 
Sarah (....-....) 146. 

COLE. 

Abigail (1735-1816) 102. 
Elizabeth (....-1688) 109. 
Hannah (1741-1795) 223. 
Stephen (....-....) 102. 

COLEMAN. 

Hannah (1667-1722) 349. 
John (1635-1711) 349, 350. 
Thomas ( -1674) 350. 

COLLIER. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 217. 

COLLINS. 

Benjamin (1741-1778) 120. 
Charles P. (1810-1880) 120, 122. 
Loren W. (1838-....) 120. 
Marian (1706-....) 146. 
Shubael 0774-1844) 120. 
Sybil (....-....) 197. 

COLLYER. 

Sarah (....-....) 166. 
COLT. 

Elizabeth (1816-....) 331. 

Temperance (1731-1797) 163. 

COLTON. 

Delia (....-....) 287. 
Sarah (1678-1754) 40. 
Thomas (1651-1728) 40. 

COMSTOCK. 

Phoebe 0705-1790) 237. 



CONANT. 

Dinah 0710-....) 73. 
John (1652-1724) 73. 
Lot (1624-1674) 73. 
Lot (1677-1767) 73. 
Roger (1591-1679) 73. 

CONKLING. 

Elizabeth (1797-....) 307. 

CONVERSE. 

Hannah (1779-1875) 45. 
James (1620-1715) 46. 
James (1645-1706) 45. 
Joseph (1754-1826) 45. 
Josiah (1684-1771) 45. 
Josiah. (1710-1775) 45. 

COOK, COOKE. 

Aaron (1610-1690) 348. 
Aaron (1640-1716) 348. 
Elizabeth (1677-1751) 348. 
Francis (1582, 1583-1663) 12J, 

137, 326. 
Francis (1663-....) 128. 
Jacob (....-....) 128. 
Jane (....-....) 137, 326. 
John B. (1818-....) 128. 
Mary (....-....) 102. 
Stephen C. 0854-....) 123. 
Susanna ( ) 128. 

COOLIDGE. 

Ann (....-....) 150. 

John (...., 1604, 1691) 150, 190, 

330. 
John (1630-1691) 190. 
Mary (1660-1717) 330. 
Nathaniel (....-....) 150. 

Sarah (1678-1723 ) 189, 190. 

Simon (1659-1693) 330. 

COOPER. 

Ann (....-1691) 132. 
Lydia (....-1673) 85. 

COPELAND. 

Mary (....-....) 209. 
COPLEY. 

Elizabeth (....-1712) 249. 

COPP. 

Joshua (1741-1804) 284. 
Sarah (1767-1839) 283. 

CORBIN. 

Joan (....-....) 86. 
CORMERAIS. 

Elolza M. (1798-1849) 77. 

Jaques A. (1757-1800) 77. 

CORMICK. 

Margaret ( -....) 71. 

CORNELL 

Elizabeth (....-1708) 41. 

Thomas (....-1656) 42. 
CORSER. 

Caleb B. (1803-1875) 124. 

David (1754-1828) 124. 

David (1781-1850) 124. 



509 



Elwood S. 0835-....) 124. 
John (1718-1791) 124. 

COUCH. 

Mary (....-....) 1S9. 

Samuel (....-1741) 160. 
COURTNEY. 

Harriet (1784-1850) 303. 

COVET. 

Mary (1750-1828) 127. 

COWLES. 

David (1760-1829) 100. 
David (1790-1857) 100. 
Esther (1649-....) 37. 
Jerusha (....-....) 208. 
John (....-1675) 37, 367. 
John (1731-1802) 102. 
Mary (....-....) 387. 
Nancy (1822-1877) 99, 100. 
Sarah (1668-....) 102. 

CRAFT. 

Abigail (1688-1770) 353. 
Griffin (1609-1689) 354. 
John (1630-1685) 354, 355. 
Thomas (....-1692) 354, 355. 

CRAIG. 

Catherine (....-....) 245. 
CRAMPTON. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 346. 

CRANE. 

Jonathan (1658-1734, 1735) 114, 

159, 160. 
Joseph (....-....) 159, 160. 
Lydia (1813-1891) 159, 160. 
Sarah (1707-....) 114. 
Thaddeus, 1st (....-....) 159. 
Thaddeus 2d (1779-1849) 159. 

CRANK. 

Phebe (Harris) (....-....) 155. 
CRAWFORD. 

Leah (....-....) 203. 
Rebecca (1633-1710) 386. 

CROADE. 

Hannah (....-....) 125. 
John 1st (....-....) 127. 

John 2d ( 1663-....) 84, 126. 

Priscilla 0725-....) 84. 
Thomas (....-....) 84, 126. 

CROCKER. 

Elizabeth (....-1716) 347. 
Hannah (1765-1847) 254. 
John (1637-1711) 347. 
Josiah 1st (1647-1698) 255. 
Josiah 2d (1684-1721) 255. 
Josiah 3d (1719-1774) 255. 
■William (1612-1692) 347. 

CROOKE. 

Elizabeth (....-1669) 144. 

CROSBY. 

Joseph (1669-....) 275. 
Prudence (1705-....) 274. 



Samuel (1698- ) 51. 

Samuel (1732-....) 51. 
Sarah (1754-1812) 50. 
Simon (1637-1725, 1726) 51, 275. 
Simon 3d (1663-....) 51, 52. 

CROSS, CROSSE. 

Martha (....-1727) 156. 
Mary (....-1687) 120. 
Robert (....-....) 156. 

CROSSMAN. 

Elizabeth (1665-1739) 139. 
CROW (see Crowell). 

Esther (1628-1700) 377. 

John (....-1673) 107. 

John ( 1606-1686 ) 61, 

352, 364, 377. 

Mary (1672-1761) 361. 

Samuel (....-1676) 362, 363, 364. 

Sarah (1647-1719) 61, 345, 352. 

CROWELL, (see Crow). 

Christopher (1698-1781) 106, 107. 
Hannah (1725-1802, 1822) 104, 

218 
John (1638-1689) 107. 
John (1662-1728) 107. 

CRUTTENDEN. 

Mary (....-1659) 36. 
CURRIEL. 

Ann (1755-1794) 61. 

Nathaniel (....-....) 62, 63. 

CURRIER. 

Ann (....-....) 146, 147. 
Richard (1616-1687) 147. 
Thomas (1646-1712) 147. 

CURTIS, CURTISS. 
Abigail (....-1727) 208. 
Israel (1644-1732) 32. 
John (1611-1707) 32. 
Joseph (1650-1728) 247. 
Mary (1681-....) 247. 
Mary (1706-....) 375, 380. 
Rebecca (1667-1763) 31. 
Samuel (1679-....) 380. 
Thomas (1648-1736) 381. 

CUSHING. 

Charles (1744-1809) 125. 
Edmund (1774-1851) 125. 
George A. (1813-1880) 125, 127, 

130 132 
Jacob (1696-1777) 125. 
John (1627-1708) 125. 
Luther S. (1857-....) 125. 
Matthew 0665-1715) 125. 
Rachel (....-....) 126. 

CUSHMAN. 

Ichabod (1680-1736) 129. 
Isaac 0648-....) 129. 

Patience ( 1721-....) 128, 

129. 
Thomas (1608-....) 129. 

CUTLER. 

Edward H. 0848-....) 133. 
James O606-1694) 133. 



510 



Jonathan (1688-1746) 133. 
Jonathan (1762-1837) 133. 
Thomas (1648-1722) 133. 
William (1725-1802) 133. 
William H. (1787-1867) 133, 134. 
William J. (1815-1894) 133, 134, 
137, 141. 

CUTTING. 

Mary (....-....) 136, 215. 

CUTTS. 

Margaret (1650-....) 78. 
Richard (....-....) 78. 

DAGGETT, DOGGETT. 
Beulah (1719-1808) 221. 
Daniel (1738-1796) 143. 
Daniel (1775-1838) 143. 
Daniel (1804-1871) 143. 
Daniel C. (1828-1883) 143, 145, 

146. 
Blihu (1710-1769) 143. 
George H. (1852-....) 143. 
John (....-1673) 143, 224. 
John (1662-1724) 143, 144, 221. 
Lydia (1712-1790) 158 . 
Mayhew (1686-1752) 143, 144, 

221 224 
Samuel C. (1685-1745) 158. 
Thomas (1630-1691) 143, 221. 

DA1LET. 

John (....-1757) 141. 
Martha (1722-1777) 141. 

DAKIN. 

Dorothy (169S-1769) 274. 
Joseph (1670-1744) 274. 

DAMON. 

George (1736-1796) 50. 
Mary A. (1805-1836) 48. 
Samuel (1763-1859) 48. 

DANA. 

Elizabeth ....-....) 384. 
Keziah (....-1759) 77. 

DANDRIDGE. 

Mary (....-....) 393. 
DANE. 

Hannah (1687-1746) 173. 

DANFORTH. 

Anna (...., 1620-1704) 192, 202, 

329 330 
Jacob (1697-1754) 71. 
Jonathan (1627-1712) 71. 
Jonathan (1658-1710) 71. 
Julia (1764-1812) 71. 
Nicholas (...., 1585-1638) 71, 

193, 203, 330. 
Timothy (1729-1792) 71. 

DART. 

Ann (....-1709) 49. 
DAVENPORT. 

Abigail (1693-1733) 156, 322. 

Charles (1652-1720) 157, 322. 

James (1693-1759) 152. 



Mary (1746-1795) 152. 
William (1717-1773) 152. 

DAVIS. 

Jane A. (1818-1862) 178, 179. 
Mary (1728-1798) 287. 
Sarah (1671-1741) 103. 

DAWES. 

Priscilla (....-....) 72. 
DAT. 

Abraham (1711-1791) 355, 356. 

Ezra (1743-1823) 355, 356. 

Hannah (1769-1851) 353. 

John, Sr. (....-1730) 356. 

John, Jr. (1677-1752) 356. 

Sarah (....-1677) 350. 

DEAN. 

Alice (1678-1746) 329. 
Elizabeth (1671-....) 40, 311. 
Isaac (....-....) 329. 
James (1649-1725) 35, 321. 
John (1600-1660) 329. 
Nathaniel (1693-....) 34, 321. 
Paulina (1782-1875) 321. 
Sarah (1745-1819) 34, 35. 
Seth (1717-1780) 34, 321. 
Walter (1615-1696, ....) 35, 321. 
Walter (1751-1814) 321. 

DEBEVOISB. 

Catherine (1778-....) 227. 
Jans (1704-1777) 227. 
Johannes (1742-1812) 227. 

DE BOURGH. 

Catherine ( -....) 180. 

DE FOREST. 

Isaac (1616-1674) 112. 

Jesse (1692-1756) 112. 

Philip (1652-1727) 112. 

Sarah (1736-....) 112, 

DELANO. 

Elizabeth (1786-....) 127, 130, 

132 
Esther (....-....) 139. 
Judah (1724-....) 132. 
Judah (1752-....) 130, 132. 
Philip (1602-1681) 132. 
Philip (....-1708) 132. 
Philip (1678-1761) 132. 

DE LA NOTE (see Delano.) 
DE LOPE'R. 

Joanna (1650- ) 180. 

DEMING. 

Abigail (1766-1807) 376. 

Daniel, Jr. (1709-1748) 377. 

Ebenezer 0650-1705) 31. 

Elizabeth (1595-1683) 355. 

John (1615-1705) 31, 268, 270, 366, 
377. 

Jonathan (1639- ) 377. 

Jonathan (1661-1727) 377. 

Jonathan (1730-1799) 377. 

Josiah (1687-....) 29. 

Penelope (1717-....) 29. 

Rachel (....-....) 268, 270, 271. 

Sarah (....-1717) 366. 



511 



DENISON. 

Amos (1756-1835) 238. 
Desire (1693-1737) 243. 
Elizabeth (1689-1769) 161. 
George (1618, 1620-1694) 97, 161, 

•ICO OOQ 

George, Jr. (1652, 1653-1711) 161, 

238 239 
George (1671-1720) 97, 98. 

Hannah ( - ) 54. 

John (1646-1698) 97. 
Joseph, Sr. (1682-....) 238. 
Joseph, Jr. (1707-1795) 238, 239. 
Martha (1796-1877. 1878) 238, 

245, 248. 
Ruth (....-....) 54. 
Sarah (1710-1797) 96, 98. 
William (....-1653) 97, 239. 

DENNIS. 

Ebenezer (1682-....) 94, 95. 
Esther (....-1768) 93. 
George (....-1708) 95. 
Patience (1771-1804) 39. 

DENNY. 

Elizabeth (1760-1846) 265. 
Samuel (1731-1817) 266. 

DE RAPAL/IE' (see Rapalje). 

Joris J. (....-....) 227. 
DEWET. 

Abigail (....-....) 133. 

Margaret (....-....) 93, 224. 

DE WITT. 

Andries (1657-1710) 112. 
Ann (1725-....) 112. 
Johannes (1701-....) 112, 113. 

DE WOLF. 

Balthasar (1623-1678) 90. 
Mary (...., 1656-1724, ....) 90, 
800. 

DEWSBERRY. 

Hester (....-....) 132. 
DEXTER. 

Celintfa (1777-....) 187, 191. 

John (....-1722) 386. 

Luen (1751-1838) 191. 

Rebecca (1739-1823) 386. 

Samuel (1700-1755) 386. 

DETO. 

Margaret (....-....) 209. 

DICKINSON. 

Abigail (....-1714) 354, 355. 
Hannah (1666-1745) 114. 
John (....-1676) 355. 
John (1667-1765) 318. 
Mary (1704-1781) 368. 
Mehltable (1747-....) 366. 
Mercy 0668-1735) 355. 
Nathaniel (....-1676) 114, 318, 

367. 
Nathaniel, Jr. (1643, 1644-17101 

114, 318. 
Nehemiah 1st (1644-1723) 367. 
Nehemiah 2d (1675-1715) 367. 



Nehemiah 3d (1702-1776) 366, 

367. 
Sarah (1689-....) 318. 
William (1675-1742) 368. 

DICKSON. 

Elizabeth (1698-....) 372. 
John (1656-....) 372. 

DINGLEY. 

Elizabeth (1681-1756) 132. 
Jacob (1642-1691) 132. 
John (1608-1658) 43, 132. 
Sarah (1649-1727) 43. 

DIX. 

Abigail (1676-1753) 136. 
Jane (1704-1793) 330. 
John, Sr. (1640-1714) 330. 
John. Jr. (1673-1766) 330. 

DOANE. 

Daniel (1636-1712) 280. 
Deborah (....-....) 279, 305. 

Ephraim ( - ) 101. 

Hezekiah (1672-1752) 101. 

Huldah (1707-....) 107, 217. 

Isaac (1670-....) 108. 

Jane (1724-....) 100. 

John (1591, 1593-1686) 101, 107, 

108, 279, 280. 
John, Jr. (1635-1708) 108. 
Joseph (1668-1757) 280.. 
Joseph, Jr. (1693-1745) 280. 
Nehemiah (1692-1730) 101. 
Seth (1733-1802) 280. 

DOBBIN. 

Edward S. (1875-....) 148. 
James (1833-....) 148. 

DODGE. 

Abigail (1681-....) 136. 
Ann (....-1723) 269. 
Hannah (1644-16891 118. 
William (....-....) 119. 

DOLE. 

Sarah (....-1663, ....) 117. 145, 

174, 210, 283, 337. 
Sarah (Brocklebank) (1668- 

1750) 212. 
Sarah (1689-1780) 210. 

DOOLITTLE. 

Abraham (1619, 1620-1690) 20b, 

381. 
Abraham, Jr. (1649-1732) 381. 
Benjamin (1695-1748) 206. 
John (1655-....) 206. 
John, Sr. (1681-1746) 381. 
John, Jr. (1712-1746) 381. 
Martha (1778-1871) 381. 
Susanna (1726-1787) 204. 
Titus (1745-1818) 381. 

DORCHESTER. 

Sarah (1653-1746) 358, 497. 
DORR. 

Edmund (1692-....) 232. 

Edward (1648-1734) 232. 

Eve (1733-1814) 232, 237. 



512 



DOTEY. 

Edward (1599-1655) 101. 
Edward (1637-1690) 101. 
Mercy (1684-....) 101. 

DOUCHESEN. 

Margaret ( - ) 303. 

DOUD. 

Esther (1774-1865) 285. 

Ezra (1732-1814) 285. 

Isaac (1700-1769) 285. 

John (1650-1712) 285. 

DOUGLAS. 

Asa (1715-1792) 223. 
Diadamia (1775-1872) 222. 
Eunice (1T71-....) 96, 98. 
George (1739-1807) 96, 98. 
Richard (1682-1735) 96. 
William, Sr. (1610, 1611-1682) 96, 

223 
William (1645-1725) 96, 223. 
William (1672-1719) 223. 
William (1708-1787) 96, 97, 98. 
Willam 4th (1743-1811) 223. 

DOWNS. 

Abigail (1704-1782) 99. 
DOXTADER. 

Barbara (....- ) 325. 

George (....-....) 325. 

DRAKE. 

Abraham, Jr. (1654-1714) 121. 
Elizabeth (1675-....) 47. 
Jane (....-....) 142. 
Job (1652-1711) 90. 
Joseph (....-....) 120. 
Mary (1693-1775) 121. 
Mary (1765-1819) 119. 
Samuel (1699-1774) 120. 
Samuel (1730-1793) 120. 
Sarah (1656-1716) 122. 
Sarah (1686-....) 89, 90. 
Thomas ( - ) 142. 

DRESSER. 

John (1640-1724) 172. 

Mary (....-1700) 172. 
DREW. 

Mary (1823-....) 238. 
DRTJRY. 

Caleb (1688-1723) 55. 

Caleb (1713-1760) 55. 

John (1646-1678) 55. 

John (1771-1820) 55. 

Jonathan (1745-1820) 55. 

Mary (1801-1837) 53, 55. 

Thomas (1668-1723) 55. 

DUBOIS. 

Abraham (1659-1731) 209, 210. 
Leah M. (1687-1758) 209. 
Louis (1626-1695) 209. 

DUDLEY. 

Anna (1612-1672) 313, 316, 320. 
Deborah (1645-1683) 371. 
Deborah (1701-1800) 165. 
Joseph (1643-....) 165. 



Mercy ( 1621-1691) 39, 267, 

269. 
Thomas (1567, 1576-1653) 39, 267, 

270, 313, 316, 320, 371, 435. 

DUFFIELD. 

Susan (1771-1838) 57. 
William (1727-1799) 57. 

DUNBAR. 

Abigail (1691-....) 328. 
Peter (1668-....) 328. 

DUNCAN. 

Harriet M. (1835-1862) 185. 

DUNGAN. 

Barbara (1628-....) 231. 
Frances (Latham) (1611-1677) 
297. 

DUNHAM. 

Daniel (1635-....) 47. 
Hannah (1670-1748) 47. 
John (1587, 1588-1669) 47, 138. 
Persis (....-....) 138. 

DUNSTER. 

David (1706-1758) 371. 
Dorothy (....-....) 105, 291. 

Henry ( 1610-1659) 105, 372. 

Jonathan (1653-1726) 371. 
Mary (1733-....) 371. 

DURKEE. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 391. 
Jeremiah (1727-1775) 156. 
John (1664-....) 156. 
Lydla (1759-1820) 153. 
William (1630-....) 156. 
William (T700-1753) 156. 

DU TRUAX. 

Sara (....-1692) 112. 

DWIGHT. 

Jane (1733-1772) 62, 63. 
Michael (1680-1761) 62. 
Palmela (1752-1807) 286. 
Samuel (1703-1771) 62, 63. 
Timothy (1639-1718) 63. 

DYMOND. 

Rachel (....- ) 308. 

EAMES. 

Elizabeth (1685-1723) 55. 

Rebecca (1697-1738) 313. 

EASTMAN. 

Lydia (1683-1722) 147. 
EASTON. 

Mary (1668-1690) 297. 

Mehetabel (....-1777) 307. 

Nicholas (1593-1675) 298. 

Peter (1622-1694) 298. 

HASTOW. 

Sarah (....-1686) 121. 
William (....-1655) 121. 



51; 



EATON. 

David S. ( ....) 109. 

Joshua (1653-1717) 272. 
Mary B. (1803-1889) 104, 109. 

Mehetabel ( -1777) 307. 

Rebecca (1679-1699) 271. 

EBERLEIN. 

Adam L. 0823-1892) 149. 
Charles W. (1863-....) 149. 

ECKER. 

Maria (....-....) 325. 
EDDT. 

Ansel D. (1799-1875) 305. 

Chauncey (1794-1861) 269, 279. 

Deliverance (....- ) 329. 

Eliza H. (1834-....) 305. 

Elizabeth (1670-....) 49. 

Huldah (....-....) 65. 

John 1st (1637-1695) 279, 305. 

John 2d (1670, 1671-1715) 279, 305. 

John 3d (....-....) 279, 305. 

John 4th (1736-....) 279, 305. 

John (1730-1825) 66, 67. 

Joshua (1680-1768) 66. 

Levens (1758-1846) 279, 305. 

Mary S. (1837-....) 269, 271, 274, 
279 

Samuel (1608-1685, 1688) 49, 66, 
279, 305. 

Zachariah (1639-1718) 49, 66. 

EDGERTON. 

Erastus (1785-1837) 221. 
John (1690-....) 155. 
Mary J. (1834-....) 220, 221. 
Nathan (1734-....) 221. 
Nathan (1763-1821) 221. 
Peter (1705-....) 221. 
Samuel 0670-1748) 221. 
Temperance (1738-1804) 153. 

EDSALL. 

Ruth (....-1711) 227. 

EDSON. 

Betsey (....-....) 84. 
Joseph (1649-1712) 47. 
Mary (1730-1790) 46, 47. 
Samuel (1612-1692) 47, 140, 141. 
Susanna (1638-1705) 141. 
Timothy (1694-1782) 47. 

EDWARDS. 

Edward J. (1854-....) 153. 
John 0814-1896) 153. 

EGBERTSEN. 

Jannetje (1664-1733) 112. 

EGGLESTON. 

Sarah (....-....) 331. 

EliA. 

Jane (1704-....) 101. 

ELDERKIN. 

John (1664-....) 115. 
(....-....) 114. 

ELDRIDGE. 

Sarah (....-1700) 146. 



ELIOT (see Elliott). 
John 2d (1636-1668) 254. 
Sarah (....-1687) 254. 

ELLERY. 

Henriette (1829-....) 286. 
ELLIOTT (see Eliot). 

Elizabeth ( - ) 78 

Robert (1640-1720) 79. 

Sarah ( - ) 77. 

ELLIS. 

Deborah (....-1846) 255. 
Rebecca (1661-1740) 274. 
Richard ( -....) 275. 

ELLMAKER. 

Maria (1792-1823) 209. 

ELY. 

Elizabeth (1724-....) 164, 165 

Richard 2d (....-....) 165, 497. 

Richard 3d (1697-1777) 164. 
EMERSON. 

Sarah (1708-1804) 309. 
EMERY. 

Hannah (1654- ) 211 

Mary (1740-1787) 295. 

ENDICOTT. 

(....-....) 209. 

ENSIGN. 

John (....-....) 250, 251. 

Mary S. (1751-1832) 250. 
ENSWORTH. 

Phyllis (1753-1809) 201. 
EVERDEN. 

Anthony ( - ) 141 

Elizabeth (....-1698) 141. 

EVERTSON. 

Prances M. (1811-1899) 382, 384. 
George B. (1773-1829) 382. 

PAIRCHILD. 

Emma (1653-1733) 33. 
Phoebe (1762-....) 308 
Priscilla (1669-....) 245. 
Thomas (....-1670) 33, 245. 
PALES. 

Abigail (....-....) 114. 

James (1656- ) 114 

Samuel (1683-1733) 114 
Sarah (1732-1821) 257. 

PANNING. 

Freelove ( - ) 199. 

PARGIE. 

Ann (1764-1792) 382. 

Winter ( - ) 384. 

FARNHAM. 

Henry (....-1700) 375. 

Joanna (1687- ) 376 

Peter (....-1704) 375. 



514 



FARNSWORTH. 

Mary (....-....) 153. 

FARR. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 153. 

FARRINGTON. 

Daniel (1664-1718) 341. 
John (1624-1676) 341. 
Mary (1706-....) 341. 
Nathan (1793-1879) 157. 
Preston M. (1825-....) 157. 
Robert I. (1861-. . . .) 157. 

FAUNCE. 

John (....-1654) 130. 

Patience ( - ) 130. 

Sarah (1645-1695) 101. 

FAXON. 

Jo(h)anna (....-1694, 1696) 34, 

114, 321. 
Thomas (...., 1601-1680 ) 34, 

114, 321. 

FAT. 

Grace (1645-1716) 175. 
John, Sr. (1648-1690) 282. 
John, Jr. (1669-....) 282. 
Sarah (1757-1801) 281. 
Stephen (1715-1781) 282. 

FEAKES. 

Hannah (....-1677) 160. 
Robert (....-1663) 160. 

FELLOWS. 

Ruth (1723-1798) 287. 

FENN. 

Martha (1725-....) 380. 

FERREE. 

Joel (1731-1801) 209. 
Leah (1757-1841) 209. 
Philip (1687-1783) 209. 

FERRIS. 

Hannah (....-....) 59, 203. 
Lillian (....-....) 161. 
Mary (....-....) 119. 

FIELD. 

Benjamin (....-1732) 160. 
Caroline M. (1828-1854) 203, 204. 
Edith (1747-1832) 350, 352. 
Elbert (1833-1889) 158. 
John (1645-1698) 141. 
John (....-....) 68. 
John I. H. (1868-....) 158. 
Jonathan (1697-1781) 350. 
Joseph (1658-1736) 351, 352. 
Lydia (1679-....) 141. 
Oliver (1808-1840) 159, 160. 
Ruth (....-1727) 67. 
Samuel (1651-1697) 204, 205. 
Samuel (1696-1788) 160. 
Seth (1712-1792) 204, 205. 
Thaddeus C. (1836-....) 159. 
Theodore (1769-1841) 204. 
Theodore, Jr. (1799-1873) 204. 
William (....-....) 160. 



William Van W. (1767-1843) 

160. 
Zechariah (....-1666) 204, 851, 

352. 
Zechariah (1685-1746) 204. 

FINNET. 

Lydia (....-....) 145. 
FISH. 

Mary (1687-1757) 226. 

FISHER. 

Abigail (1674-1717) 341. 
Anthony (1591-1671) 34, 274, 321. 
Anthony, Jr. (....-1670) 34, 

114, 321. 
Daniel (1620-1683) 274. 
Deborah (1661-....) 114. 
Edward (....-1677) 161. 
Elizabeth (....-....) 100. 
Jacob (1768-1843) 274. 
Jeremiah, Sr. (1701-....) 274, 

275. 
Jeremiah, Jr. (1727-....) 274. 
Joanna (1686-....) 34, 321. 
John (1656-1736) 274. 
Josiah (1654-1739) 34, 321. 
Mary (....-....) 98. 
Mary (....-1717) 161. 
Mary (1796-1859) 271, 274. 
Melatiah (1667-1742) 157. 
Meletiah (1667-1742) 341. 
Samuel (....-1703, 1704) 157, 

341 344 
Sarah (1668-1756) 342. 

FISKE. 

Abigail (1674-....) 212. 
Abigail (1684-....) 295. 
Beulah (1757-1848) 187. 
David (1624-1711) 212. 
Henry (1706-1790) 189, 190. 
John (1655-1718) 295. 
Joseph (1672-1745) 214. 
Nathan (1642-1694) 189. 
Nathan (1672-1741) 189, 190. 
Susanna (....-1764) 214. 
William, Sr. (1613-1654) 214. 
William (1643-1728) 214, 215. 

FITCH. 

Ann (1675-1717) 187. 
Eleazer (1726-1796) 194. 
Jabez (1702-1784) 201. 
James (1622-1702) 189, 194, 195, 

200, 201. 
James 2d (1649-1727) 201. 
Joseph (1681-1741) 194. 
Lydia (1734-1817) 201. 
Mary (....-....) 198. 
Mary (1761-....) 194. 

FITTS. 

Abraham (....-1692) 147. 
Elizabeth (.■••-....) 146. 
Richard (1672-1744) 147. 
Richard (1705-1791) 147. 

FLAGG. 

Ebenezer (1678-1746) 211. 
Gershom (1641-1690) 212. 
Mary (1690-....) 193, 194. 



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Mary (1702-....) 211. 
Michael (1651-1711) 193. 
Thomas (1616-1698) 193. 

FLANDERS. 

Daniel (1675-1735) 146. 
Jedediah (1705-....) 146. 
Lydia (1800-1884) 145, 146. 
Paul 0760-1845) 146. 
Timothy (1732-....) 146. 

FLETCHER. 

Albert A. (1835-....) 161. 
Hannah (1643-....) 99. 
Paris (1794-....) 161. 
Paris (1863-....) 161. 

FLINT. 

Anna (1643-....) 63. 

FLOYD. 

Charity (1692-1758) 382. 
Dorothy (1699-....) 86. 
John (....-1701) 86. 
Joseph (1667-1705) 86. 
Richard, Jr., (1665-1728) 383. 

FOBES. 

Edward (....-....) 328. 
John (....-1661) 328. 
Joshua (1689-....) 328. 
Leah (1720-1789) 326. 

FOLLANSBEE. 

Anne (1663-....) 284. 
FONDA. 

Eva (....-....) 302. 

Jettis (....-....) 802. 

FONES. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 160. 

FOOTE. 

Ephraim (1685-1765) 355. 

Frances ( ) 355. 

Irene (1722-1809) 355, 356. 
Nathaniel, Sr. (1593-1644) 348. 

355. 
Nathaniel, Jr. (1620-1655) 355. 
Nathaniel 3d (1647-1703) 355 
Rebecca ( 1634-1701) 348, 

361. 

FORD. 

Abigail ( 1608-1663, 1688) 

347, 377. 
Charity (1739-1776) 43. 
Joan (1617-1695) 386. 
John (1659-....) 43. 
Martha (....-....) 139. 
Mary (....-1715) 141. 
Samuel (....-1752) 43. 
Thomas (....-1676) 347. . 
William, Sr. (1594-....) 43. 
William (1634-1721) 43. 

FOSTER. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 297. 
Joseph (....-....) 295. 
Robert (1738-....) 295. 
Samuel, Sr. (1619-....) 295. 
Samuel, Jr. (1650-1730) 295. 
Thankful (1764-....) 294. 



FOWLE. 

Abigail (....-1759) 175, 176. 
George (1610-1682) 175. 
Hannah (....-1669) 39. 
James, Sr. (1642-1692) 175, 176. 
James, Jr. (1667-1714) 175, 176. 

FOWLER. 

Abigail (1660-1714) 115. 
Abraham (1652-1719) 35, 36. 
Daniel (1686-1776) 35. 
John (....-1676) 35. 

Rebecca ( - ) 35. 

William (....-....) 35. 
William, Jr. (....-1683) 115. 

FOX. 

David (1647-....) 151, 152. 
Hannah (1671-....) 150. 

FRANKLIN. 

Elizabeth N. (1806-1892) 143. 
FRAZER. 

Abner L. 1821-....) 163, 166. 

Eliphalet (....-....) 163. 

Sheldon L. (1845-....) 163. 

FREDERICK. 

Mary (....-....) 381. 
FREDERICKS. 

Elizabeth (1687-....) 380. 

William (....-....) 380. 

FREEBORN. 

Gideon (....-1720) 297. 
Sarah (1667-1737) 297. 

FREELAND. 

Rachel (Talbert) ( - ) 

392, 497. 

FREEMAN. 

Edmund (1590-1682 ) 104. 

124. 
Elizabeth (....-....) 43. 
Hannah (1665-1744) 216. 
John (1627-1719) 104, 106, 216. 
Mary (....-....) 124. 
Mercy (1674-1747) 104, 218. 
Olive (....-....) 178, 179. 
Priscilla (1686-1764) 109, 217. 
Samuel, Sr. ( 1638-1700, 

1712) 109, 217. 
Samuel, Jr.- ( 1662-1744, 

....) 109, 217. 
Thomas (1653-1716) 104, 218. 

FRENCH. 

Abigail (1735-....) 80. 

Elizabeth (....- ) 275. 

Hannah (1667-....) 135, 136. 
John (....-1706) 136. 
Lucy (....-....) 337. 
Sarah (1671-....) 275. 
William (1604-1681) 275, 276. 

FRISBIE. 

Hannah ( 1681-1741) 53, 378. 

John (1650-1694) 54. 

FROST. 

Abigail (....-....) 103. 



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Lois (....-....) 360. 

Rebecca ( - ) 55. 

Samuel ( - ) 360. 

FRY, PEYE. 

Elizabeth (....-1696) 189. 
Joseph (1711-1794) 171. 

Samuel ( - ) 171. 

Sarah (....-....) 171. 

FRYER. 

Nathaniel (....-1705) 79. 
Sarah (1656-....) 79. 

FULLER. 

Abiel (1713-1783) 221. 
Ann (1699-....) 61. 
Edward, Sr. (1690-1743) 273. 
Edward, Jr. (1720-1783) 273. 
Jacob (1655-1751) 273. 
John (1647-1676) 224. 
John (1674-....) 224. 
Jonathan (...., 1676-....) 62, 

262. 
Loretta (1808-1876) 220. 
Mary (....-....) 273. 
Nathan, Sr. (1739-1811) 221. 
Nathan, Jr. (1772-1845) 221. 
Susanna (1695-....) 261. 
Thomas (1618-1698) 262, 273. 
Thomas 2d (1644-....) 262. 

FULLERTON. 

Ruth (1738-1835) 178, 179. 

FYLER. 

Abigail (1683-1754) 377. 
Zerubabel (1644-1715) 377. 

GAGE. 

Emily (....-....) 309. 
GAGER. 

Mary (....-1731) 221. 
GALE. 

Lydia (1700-1753) 201. 
GALLOP. 

Ben A. (1655-1727) 244. 

Hannah (1681-1754) 244. 

John, Sr. (1590-1649) 243, 244. 

John (....-1675) 244. 

GALPIN. 

Sarah (1697-....) 186. 
GANKEVOORT. 

Elsie ....-....) 112. 
GARDNER, GARDINER. 

Abigail (1681-1761) 277. 

Andrew (1641, 1642-1690) 175, 
277 278 

Charles 'k. (1787-....) 43, 

Dorcas (....- 1 234. 

George (....-1677) 234. 

Mary (....-1775) 174. 

Sarah (....-....) 362. 

Sarah A. McL. (1827-1871) 41, 
43. 

Thomas, Sr. (....-1674) 277. 

Thomas, Jr. (....-1689) 277. 



Thomas (1684-....) 175. 
Thomas (1752-1813) 43. 

GARNET. 

Deborah (1657-1728) 64. 
GATES. 

Elizabeth 0713-1793) 308. 
GAYLORD. 

Alice (1594-....) 268, 270, 336, 
366, 377. 

GEDNBY. 

Ruth (1730-1809) 339. 
GEORGE. 

Judith (....-....) 341. 
GERRISH. 

Ann (1717-....) 77. 

John (....-....) 77. 

Sarah (1716-1802) 152. 

Timothy (1684-1756) 77, 78. 

William (....-....) 77. 

GHEEN. 

Edward (1808-1873) 169. 
Edward H. (1845-....) 167. 

GIBBS. 

Hepzibah (1730-....) 64. 
Temperance (Pearce) (1724- 
1793) 217, 286. 

GIBSON. 

Mary E. (1829-1897) 287. 
GIFFORD. 

Margaret - ) 293. 

GILBERT. 

Anna (1725-1792) 310. 

Arthur E. (1869-....) 391. 

Eleanor (1752-1843) 310. 

Elijah (1772-....) 302. 

Elijah (1775-1862) 171. 

Frederick L. (1853-....) 170. 

Hannah ( - ) 81, 84. 

Jonathan, Sr. (1618-1682) 302. 

Jonathan Jr. (1648- ) 302. 

Mahlon N. (1848-1900) 171. 

Nathaniel (1689-1756) 302 

Nathaniel (1723-1787) 302 

Nathaniel (1750-....) 302. 

Norris (1811-1877) 171. 

Prosper L. (1820-1870) 170, 391. 

Prudence (....-1660) 60. 

Roxanna (1799- ) 302. 

Sarah (1655-....) 204. 

Thomas (....-1662) 205. 

Thomas (1695-1781) 312. 

GILLET. 

Frances J (1839-....) 381. 
Joel D. (1809-....) 381. 
Solomon (1773-1856) 381. 

GLOVER. 

Abigail (1750-1775) 385. 
Alexander (1710-1770) 385. 
John (1600-1654) 385. 
Mary (1630-1703) 179. 



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Nathaniel 1st (1631-1657) 385. 
Nathaniel, Sr. (1653-1724) 385. 
Nathaniel Jr. (1676-1726) 385. 

GODFREY. 

Hannah (....-1736) 121. 
Mary (1672-1725) 2S0. 

GOFFE. 

Edward ( - ) 86. 

Lydia (....-1715) 86. 

GOLDSMITH. 

Martha (Beadle) (....- ) 

288. 

GOLDSTONE 

Ann (e) (1615-....) 150, 330. 
GOODRICH. 

Eleanor (1785-1851) 220. 

Elnathan (1718-....) 220. 

Jared (1745-1831) 220. 

Millicent (1723-1746) 170. 

"William (....-1676) 220. 

William (1661-1737) 220. 

William (1686-1743) 220. 

GOODSPEED. 

John (1645-....) 66. 
Roger (....-....) 66. 
Rose (1680-1721) 66 

GOODWIN. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 61, 352, 

364, 377. 
William (...., 1598-1673) 61, 352, 
364, 377. 

GORDON. 

Mary ( - ) 171. 

GORHAM. 

Experience (1697-1733) 58. 

James (1650-1707) 58. 

John (162U676) 58, 162, 239, 240. 

Mercy (1658, 1659-1725) 161, 238. 

GOSS. 

Judith (....-....) 312. 
Philip (1678-1747) 312. 

GOUGE. 

Marah (1645-....) 53. 
GOULD. 

Margaret (1770-....) 292. 

Phoebe (1620-....) 263. 

GRACE. 

Elizabeth (1613-1691) 45. 

GRAHAM. 

Eliza (1810-1883) 304. 
James (1775-1845) 304. 
Sarah (1670-1760) 236. 

GRANGER. 

Abner (1735-1816) 289. 
Beulah A. (1812-1877) 289. 
Seth (1774-1848) 289. 

GRANNISS. 

Hannah (1739-....) 374, 381. 



James (1717-....) 375. 
John (....-....) 375. 

GRANT. 

Mary (1731-1819) 373. 
GRAVES. 

Dorothy (1684-1771) 396. 

John (....-1677) 364. 

Mary (....-....) 363. 

GRAY. 

Sarah (....-1727) 217. 
GREEN, GREENE. 

Charles L. (1862-....) 171. 

Hannah ( - ) 109. 

Hannah (1647-1721) 176. 
Jacob H. (1802-....) 171. 
Rebecca (1654-1726) 318. 
Thomas (1630-1672) 318. 
Thomas (1743-....) 172. 
Thomas (1775-1809) 172. 
William (....-....) 176. 
William W. (1831-1881) 171, 172. 

GREENLEAF. 

Edmund (....-1573, 1590, 1600- 

1671) 117, 145, 174, 210, 283, 337. 
Edmund (1670-1740) 213. 
Elizabeth (1622-....) 145, 337. 
Franklin L. (1847-....) 174. 
Gardner (1726-1808) 174. 
Gardner (1765-1801) 174. 
Gardner (1789-1864) 174. 
Judith (1625, 1628-1705) 116, 210, 

212 283 
Judith (1692-1762) 212. 
Samuel (1665-1694) 174. 
Stephen (1628-1690) 174, 213. 
Stephen (1690-1753) 174. 

GREENOUGH. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 293. 
William (....-....) 294. 

GREENSLADE. 

Joanna ( - ) 163, 243. 

GREGG. 

Cephas (1832-....) 391. 
Jesse A. (1853-....) 391. 

GREGORY. 

Ebenezer (1683-1761) 198. 
Elizabeth S. (1821-1850) 194, 198 
Francis H. (1789-....) 198. 
Jabez (1738-1821) 198. 

Moses (....- ) 198. 

Thomas (1648-....) 198. 

GRIDLEY. 

Esther (1687-1743) 259. 
Samuel (1647-1712) 261. 
Thomas (....-....) 28L 

GRIFFIN. 

George (1734-1814) 232, 237. 

Jasper, Jr. (1675-1728) 237. 

Lemuel (1707-1788) 237. 

Phoebe (1768-1841) 232, 235, 
237. 
GRIGG. 

Mary (....-1680) 102. 



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GRISWOLD. 

Deborah (1661-1704) 159. 
Edward (1607-....) 159. 
Prances A. (1795-1880) 88, 497. 
Francis (1635-1671) 159. 
John (1690-1764) 88, 300. 

Marian ( -....) 93. 

Mary (1694-1776) 232. 
Mary (....-....) 306. 
Matthew (1618, 1620-1698, 1699) 

40, 88, 231, 232, 300. 
Matthew (1653-1715) 88, 89, 232, 

300. 
Matthew (1714-1799) 88, 89. 
Phoebe (....-1770) 300. 
Roger (1762-1812) 88. 
Sarah (....-1690) 40. 

GROUT. 

Abigail (1745-1838) 134. 
John (1619-1697) 136. 
John (1704-1771) 135, 136. 
Jonathan (1658-1730) 136. 

GUEST. 

John (1768-1817) 288. 
Mary (1814-1878) 288. 

GUILD. 

Elizabeth (1697-....) 144. 
John (1616-1682) 144. 
Samuel (1647-1730) 144. 

GUILE. 

David (1763-1802) 309. 
David S. (1794-1880) 309. 
Ephraim (1662-....) 309.- 
Ephraim (1730-1820) 309. 

Mehitable (1692- J 46. 

Phoebe M. (182»-1888) 309. 
Samuel (1703-1775) 309. 

GUNN. 

Christian (1702-1744) 350, 352. 
Jasper (1606-1671) 350. 
Nathaniel (....-1663) 350. 
Samuel (1663-1755) 350. 

GYLES. 

Hannah (1738-....) 299. 
John (1678-1755) 299. 
Samuel (1706-1738) 299. 

HACKBURN. 

Catherine ( -....) 371. 

HADLEY. 

Andrew J. (1820-1897) 177. 

Emerson (1857- ) 177. 

HAGAR. 

Dinah (1728-....) 192. 
William, Jr. (1659-1731) 193, 194. 
William 3d (....-....) 193, 194. 

HAINES. (See Haynesl. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 74. 
HALE. 

Abigail (1662-....) 284. 

Charlotte (1766-1841) 134. 

Henry (1666-....) 283. 

John (1636-1707) 283. 



Mary (1660-....) 61, 261. 
Moses (1703-1762) 134. 
Nathan (1743-1780) 134. 
Sarah (1698-1755) 283. 
Thomas (1604, 1606-1682) 62. 134, 

284 
Thomas (1633-1688) 62, 134, 135, 

261, 284. 
Thomas (1659-1730) 134. 

HALL. 

Aquila (1699-1730) 288. 
Asahel (1717-1795) 379, 380. 
Benjamin (1668-1726) 342. 
Charity (....-....) 177. 
Edward (....-1670) 342, 344. 
Elizabeth (1690-1754) 380. 
— John, Sr. (1605-1676) 379, 380. 
John (...., 1611-1696) 108, 280. 
John (1637, 1639-1710) 108, 280. 

— John 2d, (1641-1721) 380. 
John (1658-1737) 288. 

— John 3d (1681-1766) 374, 3S0. 
John (1722-1768) 288. 

John (1735-1812) 340, 341, 344. 
Jonathan C. (1786-1832) 103. 
Josiah (1701-1782) 341. 
Leonora (1845-....) 103. 
Martha (1676-....) 280. 
Mehitable (1753-....) 379, 380. 
Priscilla (1671-1725) 108. 
Rebecca (1751-1818) 99. 
Rebecca (1775-1864) 288. 
Samuel (1646-1725) 380. 
Sarah (....-....) 158. 
Sarah (1732-1821) 374, 375, 380. 
Seth P. (1820-....) 103. 
Susanna (1762-1840) 340, S4S. 

Susanna ( - ) 379. 

William (1743-1791) 288. 

HALLETT. 

Charity (1685-....) 225. 
Jemima (....-1846) 225. 
Joseph (1677-1750) 226. 
Samuel (. . . .-1798) 226. 
Sarah (1704-1797) 227. 
William, Sr. (1616-1706) 226. 
William (1647-1729) 226. 

HALSET. 

Ananias ( - ) 308. 

David (1757-1799) 308. 
Elizabeth (....-....) 74. 
Isaac (1628-1725) 74. 
John (1756-1827) 74. 
Joseph (1668-1725) 74. 
Joseph (1695-1771) 74. 
Joseph (1730-1813) 74. 
Nathaniel (1675-1746) 308. 
Recompense (1700-1771) 308. 
Sarah (1791-1816) 74. 
Theresa E. (1791-1837) 307. 
Thomas (....-1591-1678, 1679) 74, 

308. 
Thomas, Jr. (1627-1698) 308. 

HAMLIN. 

Giles (1622-1689) 377, 378. 

Mary (1663-....) 377. 
HAMMOND. 

Caleb (1700-....) 49. 

Sarah (1740-1771) 48. 



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HANKIN& 

Elizabeth (1706-....) 81, 84. 
HAPEMAN. 

Matilda (1822-....) 325. 
HAPGOOD. 

Elizabeth (1699-1763) 311. 

Shadrach (1644-1675) 311. 

Thomas (1670-1763) 311. 

HARBOTTLE. 

Elizabeth (....-1699) 232. 
HARLAKENDEN, 
HARLACKENDEN. 

Mabel (1614-1655 ) 153, 207, 

331. 

HARLOW. 

Hannah (....-....) 85, 87. 
Nathaniel (1664-....) 85. 

HARRIMAN. 

James ( - ) 228. 

John (1647-1705) 228. 
Martha (1789-1853) 228. 
Stephen (....-....) 228. 

HARRIS. 

Ann (1613-1697) 46. 
Gabriel (....-1684) 155. 
Joseph (1673-....) 155. 
Phebe (....-....) 155. 
Phoebe (1740-1822) 221. 

HARRT. 

Susan (1799-1870) 57. 

HART. 

Abigail (1702-1736) 102. 
Alice (1664-1718) 252. 
Esther (1707-1762) 259, 260. 
John (1655-1714) 259. 
John 2d (1684-1753) 259, 260. 
Lydia N. (1763-1863) 174. 
Mary (....-1752) 260. 
Mary (1728-1780) 254. 
Nicholas (....-1654) 252. 
Richard (....-1696) 252. 

Sarah ( - ) 38. 

Stephen ( 1605-1682, 1683) 

38, 102, 260. 
Stephen 2d (....-1689) 102. 
Stephen 3d (1662-1733) 102. 
Thomas 0644-1726) 260. 

HARTT. 

Margaret (....-1686) 48, 176. 
HASTINSG. 

Katharine (1783-1859) 310. 
Moses (1715-1767) 311. 
Nevinson (1756-1836) 310. 

HATCH. 

Michael (....-....) 197. 
Sarah 0743-1814) 197. 

HAWES. 

Deborah (1666-1737) 257. 
Sarah (....-1678) 125. 



HAWKES, (see Hawks). 

Caroline (1825-1871) 293, 294. 
Daniel (1779-1847) 293. 
John (1632-1694) 293. 
Moses, Sr. 0659-....) 293. 
Moses, Jr. (1699-....) 293. 
Nathan (1745-1824) 293. 

HAWKINS. 

Anthony (....-1674) 260. 
Ruth (1649-....) 260. 

HAWKS, (see Hawkes). 
Hannah (1668-1744) 55. 
John 0643-1721) 65. 
Joseph (1814-....) 177. 
Joseph M. (1852-....) 177. 
Sarah (1657-1751) 205. 

HAWLET. 

Dorothy (1658-1710) 101. 
Elizabeth (1656- . . . .) 232. 
Thomas (....-1676) 232. 

HATES. 

Daniel (1686-1756) 346. 
Joel (1728-1800) 346. 
Zilpah (1761-1833) 345. 

HATNES (see Haines). 

John (1594-1653, 1654) 153, 207, 

331 
Joseph (1641-1679) 331. 
Ruth (1639-....) 153, 207. 
Sarah (....-1696) 331. 

HAYWARD. 

Eleanor (1699-....) 40, 311. 
John (1640-1718) 312. 
Josiah 0688-1764) 139. 
Josiah (1717-1773) 139. 
Judith 0675-1748) 312. 
Lois (1749-....) 138. 
Martha (....-....) 328. 
Mehitable (....-....) 194. 
Nathaniel 1st (....-....) 139. 
Nathaniel 2d (1664-1734) 139 
Thomas (....-1681) 140, 328. 

HAZARD. 

George (....-1743) 123, 124. 
Hannah ....-....) 123. 
Mercy (1716-....) 123. 
Mercy (....-1810) 123. 
Oliver (1710-1773) 123. 

HAZEN. 

Joseph (1717-....) 391. 
Mary 0754-1823) 391. 
Thomas, Sr. (1658-1735) 391. 
Thomas, Jr. (1690-1777) 391. 

HAZLETON. 

Rebecca 0741-....) 212. 
Thomas (1707-....) 214. 

HEALD. 

Sarah (....-1711) 350. 
HEATH. 

Abigail (....-1803) 257. 

Peleg (....-1671) 257. 



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William (....-1652) 267. 
William (1664-1738) 257, 258. 

HEBARD. 

Mary (....-....) 114. 
HEDGE. 

Elisha (....-....) 291. 

Mary (....-....) 291, 292. 

William (....-....) 291. 

HEMENWAY. 

Polly (1772-....) 161. 
HEMSTEAD. 

Abigail (....-....) 163. 
HENCHMAN. 

Daniel (....-1685) 109. 

Deborah (1753-1833) 109. 

Nathaniel (1655-....) 109. 

Nathaniel (1699-1761) 109. 

Nathaniel (1728-1767) 109. 

HENDRICK. 

Experience ( - ) 371. 

HENSHAW. 

Daniel (1701-1781) 266. 

Elizabeth (1737-1787) 266. 

Joshua, Sr. (1638-1719) 266. 

Joshua, Jr. (1672-1747) 266. 

HERBERT. 

Hannah (....-....) 211. 

HERKIMER. 

Catherine (....-....) 325. 
Johan J. (....-....) 325. 

HERRICK. 

Lydia (1666-1737) 118. 

HERSE'T. 

Dudley H. (1846-1900) 178. 
James (1758-....) 178, 179. 
James (1783-....) 178, 179. 
Roscoe F. (1841-....) 179. 
Samuel P. (1812-1875) 178, 179. 

HERTER. 

Catherine (1758-1839) 228. 
Henry (1730-1822) 228. 

HEWES. 

Susanna (....-....) 179. 

HICKMAN. 

Francis (1708-....) 169. 
Francis (1784-1834) 169. 
Hannah (1715-....) 169. 
Phoebe (1816-1877) 169. 
Thomas (....-1825) 169. 

HICKS. 

Herodias (Long) (....-....) 

234. 
Lydia (....-....) 105. 

HIGGS. 

Mary A. (1837-....) 393. 



HILAND. 

Elizabeth (1666-1746) 259. 
HILDRETH. 

Abigail (....-....) 76. 

Richard (1605-1688) 76. 

HILL. 

Delia M. (1820-1896) 250. 
John (1766-1835) 250. 
Margaret (1640-1685) 268, 271. 
Tamzen (1684-1768) 310. 

HILLS. 

Benjamin (1684-1762) 214. 
Joanna (1717-....) 214. 
Joseph (1602-1688) 214, 318. 
Mary (....-1674) 87. 
Rebecca (....-1674) 318. 
Samuel (1652-....) 214. 

HINCKLEY. 

Ebenezer 1st (1673-1721) 179. 
Ebenezer 2d (1713-....) 179. 
Hannah (1651-1730) 385. 
Meletiah (1648-1714) 255. 
Nathaniel B. (1843-....) 179. 
Robert (1774-1833) 179. 
Sarah (1646-1686) 57. 
Thomas (1618-1705, 1706) 57, 179, 

255, 385, 407. 
Thomas (....-....) 179. 
Thomas H (1814-1897) 179. 

HINDE. 

Ann (1615-....) 138. 

HINMAN. 

Benjamin (1662-1713) 185, 186, 

248. 
Edward (....-1682) 185. 
Elizabeth (1713-....) 248. 
Eunice (1696-1792) 185. 
Noah (1696-1766) 248. 

HITCHCOCK. 

Hannah (....-1732) 361. 

HITCHINGS. 

Daniel, Sr. (....-....) 293. 
Daniel, Jr. (....-....) 293. 
Sarah (1752-1839)293. 
Susanna (1711- ) 293. 

HOBART. 

Edmund (1570-1646) 93, 224. 

Elizabeth (1632-1692) 224. 

Mehitable (1651-1670) 93. 

Peter (1604-....) 224. 

Thomas (1606-1689) 93. 
HOBBIE. 

Amy (....-1802) 59. 
HOBBS. 

Morris (1615-1706) 121. 

Sarah (....-....) 121. 

HODGKINS. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 139. 
HOGAN. 

Margert C. (1700-....) 112. 

William (....-....) 112. 



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HOLGRAVE. 

John (....-....) 96, 244. 
Martha (...., 1614-1708) 96, 244. 

HOLLAND. 

Edward (1702-1756) 383. 
Eve (1736-....) 384. 
Henry (1665-1736) 383. 
Henry (1704-1782) 384. 
Magdalene M. (1727-1766) 382. 

HOLLISTER. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 29. 

John (1612-1665, 1675) 30, 246, 

336. 

Mary ( ) 246. 

Rebecca (Sherman) (1703-1789) 

28 
Sarah A. (....-1691) 336. 

HOLLY. 

Elisha 0659-....) 204. 
Hannah (....-....) 203. 
John (1605-1681) 204. 
Sarah (1705-....) 204. 

HOLMAN. 

Mary (1722-1823) 109. 

HOLMES. 

Harriet H. (1791-1823) 59. 
John (1636-1697) 130. 
John (1663-....) 130. 
Jotham (1767-1838) 59. 
Martha (....-....) 204. 
Patience (1690-....) 129. 

HOLT. 

Daniel (1726-....) 296. 
Henry (1644-1719) 296. 
Humphrey (1693-1754) 296. 
Jacob (1714-1760) 173. 
Jacob (1739-....) 173. 
Mary (....-....) 381. 
Mehitable 1st ,....-....) 296. 
MehitaDle 2d 0757-....) 295, 

296. 
Tabitha (1779-....) 172. 

HOLWAT. 

Anne (1708-....) 66. 

Experience ( — ) 66. 

Joseph (....-....) 68. 
Joseph, Jr. (....-....) 68. 

HOLYOKE. 

Ann (....-1665) 61, 261. 
Edward (....-1660) 61, 261, 333. 
Ellzur 0618-1676) 332, 334. 
Hannah (1644-1677) 332, 334. 

HOMER. 

Hannah R. (1806-1891) 109. 

HOOKER. 

Mary (....-....) 173. 
(..-1630) 192. 

HOOPES. 

Abraham (1713-1795) 169. 
Daniel (1670-....) 169. 
Elizabeth (....-....) 169. 
John (1733-....) 169. 
Joshua (....1723) 169. 



HOPKINS. 

Constance (1608-1676) 100. 
Damaris (....-....) 128. 

Mary (...., 1641-1728 ) 208, 

362, 364. 
Mary (1670-1743) 250, 286. 
Stephen (....1644) 100, 128, 129. 
Stephen (1634-1689) 251. 
William (....-....) 208, 364. 

HORTON. 

Sarah (....-....) 73. 
HOSKINS. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 138. 

William (....1695) 138. 

HOSMER. 

Clemence ( - ) 312. 

Hannah ( - ) 171. 

HOUGH. 

Abiah (1648-1715) 96, 223. 
John (1655-1715) 94, 95. 
Sarah (....-....) 94, 95. 
William (....-1683) 94, 223. 

HOUGHTON. 

Mary (1653-....) 277. 
Mercy (....-....) 263. 
Ralph (1623-1693) 277. 

HOVEY. 

Hannah (1734-1801) 210. 
HOWARD. 

Charles B. (1844-....) 180, 181. 

Charles E. N. (1873-....) 180. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 328. 

Joanna (....-....) 369. 

John (....-1700) 328. 

Oliver (1771-1820) 181. 

Osier (1813-1851) 181. 

Rebecca (1648-....) 356. 

Ruth (1763-1832) 369. 

HOWE. 

Abraham (....-1695) 51, 266. • 

Azubah ( - — ) 51. 

Daniel (1658-1718) 266. 
Deborah (1688-1718) 51. 
Dennis (1773-1807) 312, 313. 
Eleazer (1662-....) 51. 
Hannah (1667-....) 51. 
John (....-1678) 51. 
Jonah (1749-1826) 312. 
Dydia P. (1839-....) 158. 
Martha (1687-1755) 265, 266. 
Priscilla (....-....) 191. 
Seraphine (1804-1839) 310, 312, 

313 
Slbeila (....-1803) 50. 
William (1807-1889) 158. 

HOWES. 

Hannah (....-1705) 106. 
Joseph (....-1695) 106. 
Thomas ....-....) 106. 

HOWLAND. 

Desire (....-1683, ....) 58, 162, 

239 
Hope (1629-1684) 255. 



522 



John (1592, 1593-1673) 58, 162. 
239, 255. 

HOWLETT. 

Mary (....-1727) 391. 

Thomas ( -....) 392 . 

Thomas, Jr. ( - ) 392. 

HOYT. 

Abigail (1777-1845) 120. 
Asa (1744-....) 198. 
Daniel (1681-1756) 198. 
Ephraim (1671-1741) 121. 
Ephraim (1716-1767) 12L 
Esther (1769-1855) 198. 
Frances (1636-....) 146. 
Hope (1704-....) 253. 
John (1610-1696) 121, 146, 150. 
John, Jr. (1638-1696) 150. 
Joseph (1666-1720) 150. 
Joshua (1641-1690) 119. 
Joshua (1671-1745) 119, 120. 
Miary (1761-1828) 149. 
Moses (1716-1764) 149. 
Nathan (1718-1799) 198. 
Philip (1756-....) 121. 
Sarah (1706-1790) 119. 
Thomas (1641-1691) 121. 
Walter (....-....) 198. 
Zerubbabel (1650-....) 198. 

HUBBARD. 

Daniel (1694-1784) 274. 
Esther (....-1742) 148. 
George (....-1663) 352. 
George (....-1683) 36, 274. 
Giles (1742-1824) 350, 352. 
Isaac, Sr. (1667-1750) 350, 352. 
Isaac, Jr. (1695-1763) 350, 352. 
John (1630-1705) 274. 
John (1648-1709) 207. 
John (1677-1705) 207. 
John (1703-1773) 207. 
John (....-....) 352. 
Jonathan (1659-1728) 274. 
Leverett (1728-1794) 207, 208. 
Lucy (1727-1811) 273. 
Margaret (....-....) 93. 
Mary (....-1713) 35. 
Mary (1752-1786) 207. 
Nehemlah (1721-1814) 319. 
Nehemiah (1752-....) 319. 
Patty (....-....7 302. 
Phineas (1775-1842) 347, 349, 350. 
Sarah (1780-1862) 319. 
Sophronia (1802-1865) 347, 349, 

350 
William (1594-1670) 93, 208. 
William (1621-1704) 93, 208. 

HUCKINS. 

Hannah (1653-1727) 58. 
Thomas (1617-1679) 58, 59. 

HUDSON. 

Daniel (....1697) 301. 

David ( - ) 35. 

Keziah ( 1756-....) 35, 38. 

Sarah (1656-1709) 301. 

HUGGINS. 

Martha (Oldfleld) (....-....) 
159. 



HULL. 

Hannah (1697-1725) 43. 
Johanna (....-....) 370. 
John (1654-1733) 43. 
Joseph (1594-1665) 43. 
Tristram (1624-1666) 43. 

HUMISTON. 

Bennett (1766-....) 374, 380. 
Joy (1735-....) 374, 381. 
Sarah M. (1795-1866) 373, 380. 
Thomas (1699-....) 374, 381. 

HUN. 

Dirck (1704-....) 112. 
Dirck (1760-1795) 110. 
Elsie (1733-....) 110. 
Elsie L (1782-1868) 110, 112. 
Johannes (1695-1776) 112. 
William (1734-....) 112. 

HUNT. 

Ann (1637-1714) 135. 
Elizabeth (....-1636) 333. 
Hannah (1669-1750) 311, 312. 
John (....-....) 312. 
Jonathan (1637-1691) 312. 
Peter (....-1692) 134. 
Sarah (1646-1673) 133. 

HUNTER. 

Adam (....-1781) 182. 
Edward (1839-....) 181. 
James (1735-1809) 182. 

James, Jr. ( - ) 182. 

John P. (....-....) 182. 

HUNTINGTON. 

Elizabeth 0757-1839) 331. 
Jabez (1719-1786) 334. 

SEVENTEEN 

Joshua (1698-1745) 334. 
HUNTLEY. 

Laura (1806-1850) 81. 82, 83. 

HURD. 

Adam (1708-1756) 248. 
Benjamin (1666, 1667-1754, ....) 

185, 249. 
Edward (1829-1873) 185. 
Elizabeth (....-1822) 248. 
John (....-1681) 185. 
Nathan Sr. (1693-1779) 185. 
Nathan, Jr. (1727-1800) 185. 
Nathan (1758-1805) 185. 
Rukard (1794-1871) 185. 
Rukard (1858-....) 185. 

HURLEY. 

Martha (1825-....) 209 
HURST. 

James (....-16571 139. 
Patience (....-1648) 139. 

HUTCHINS. 

Elizabeth (1769-1832) 218. 
John (1671-1756) 133. 
Keziah (1765-1828) 133. 
Nicholas (....-1693) 133. 
Silas (1717-1772) 133. 



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HUTCHINSON. 

Bridget (1618, 1619-1698) 231, 240 
Lois (....-....) 54. 

Mary ( 1630-1715, ....) 62, 

134, 261, 284. 
William (1586-1642) 231, 240. 

HYDE. 

Elizabeth (1660-1736) 235, 319. 
Elizabeth (1700-1753) 93. 
Judith (....-....) 322. 
Margaret (1702-....) 115. 
Phoebe (1663-1704) 88, 232, 300. 

HYLLIER. 

Rose ( ) (1616-1687) 59. 

IBROOK. 

Margaret (1617-1700) 64, 340. 
INGERSOLL. 

Abigail (1751-....) 170, 391. 

Jonathan (1713-1778) 170, 391. 

IRISH. 

Phoebe (1781-1818) 41. 

IVES. 

Hannah ( - ) 375. 

John (....-....) 375. 

IVORY. 

Lois il661-....) 93. 

JACKSON. 

Abraham (....-1714) 85. 
Content (1705-....) 85. 
Eleazer (1669-....) 85. 

Margaret ( 1649-1727) 266, 

307. 

JACOB. 

Almira L. (1827-....) 187, 191, 

192 
Deborah (1643-....) 84, 126. 
Deborah (....-....) 125. 
Jael (1703-1771) 386, 388. 
John (1630-1693) 125, 126, 386, 

387, 388, 389. 
Joseph (1646-1708) 192. 
Nathaniel 1683-1722) 192. 
'"Nicholas (....-1657) 125, 192. 
Peter (1668-1753) 386, 388. 
Silas (1785-1837) 192. 
Whitman (1727-....) 192. 
Whitman, Jr. (1759-1825) 192. 

JAGGARD. 

Clement (1822-1890) 392. 
Edwin A. (1859-..-.) 392. 
Thomas J. (....-....) 392. 

JAMES. 

Caroline (1806-1867) 386, 388, 389 
Eleazer (1754-1843) 387, 389. 
Hannah (1792-1832) 169. 

Jane ( ) (1606-1689) 126. 

Jesse (....-....) 169. 
Joseph (1709-....) 169. 
Philip (1708-1785) 388, 390. 
Ruth (1739-1813) 386, 388. 



JANES (see Jaynes). 
JAQUITH. 

Sarah (1703-....) 77. 
JAYNES, JANES, JEANES. 

Abel (1644-1718) 187, 188. 
Fremont N. (1856-....) 187. 
Henry C. (1827-....) 187, 191, 

192 
Jonathan (1713-....) 187. 
Nathan, (1781-1869) 187, 191. 
Solomon (1748-1812) 187. 
William (1610-1690) 187. 
• William (1692-....) 187, 188. 

JEANES (see Jaynes). 

JEPFERIS. 

Mary (1750-1812) 169. 
JEFFREY. 

Silence (Kean) ( - ) 63. 

JENNINGS. 

Anna (1734-....) 65. 
Isaac (1677-....) 66. 
John (1706-....) 66. 
Jonathan (....-....) 66. 
Samuel (....-1708) 219. 
Sarah (....-....) 219. 

JENNISON, JENISON. 

Eunice (1742-1828) 387, 389. 
Mary (1671-....) 48. 

JENNY. 

John (....-1644) 127. 
Sarah (....-....) 127. 

JEWETT. 

Charles (1807-1879) 199. 
Henry H. (1821-1849) 194, 198. 
Joseph (1656-1694) 135. 
Priscilla (....-....) 135. 
Sarah (Frye) (....-....) 171. 
Stephen (1735-1823) 197. 
Stephen (1783-1861) 194. 
Stephen (1844-....) 194. 
William P. (1848-....) 199. 

JOHNS. 

Abigail (....-....) 383. 

JOHNSON. 

Charles W. (1845-....) 202. 
Edward (1599-1672) 33, 34. 
Elizabeth (....-....) 238. 
Hannah (1656-1720) 265. 
Isaac (....-1675) 53, 378. 

John ( 1600-1659) 53, 378. 

John, Sr. (....-1708) 46. 
John (....-1720) 34. 
John, Jr. (1657-1723) 46. 
Lydia (....-1770) 337. 
Mary (....-....) 140. 
Mary (1642-1710) 53, 378. 
Mary (1688-1727) 287. 
Mary (1697-1772) 34. 
Mary (1759-....) 45. 
Nathaniel (1691-1760) 46. 
Obadiah (1664-....) 34. 



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Oran (1783-1835) 203. 
Seth (1720-1804) 46, 47. 
Thankful (1735-1806) 376. 
Thomas (1689-1761) 376. 
William H. (1814-1868) 202, 203. 

JONES. 

Elizabeth (1652-....) 74. 
Elizabeth (....-1667) 291. 
Elizabeth (1751-1826) 253. 
Ephraim (1712-1783) 254. 
Joan (1798-....) 369. 
Lydia (....-....) 54. 
Samuel, St. (1748-1824) 369. 
Samuel, Jr. (1773-1860) 369. 
Sarah (....-....) 154, 165. 

JORDAN. 

Catherine (.. 



-1751) 251. 



JOSLIN, JOSLYN, (see Jos- 

selyn). 
JOSSELYN. 

Abigail (1712-....) 278. 

Jane (....-1690) 93. 

Mary (....-1711) 327. 

Peter (1666-1759) 278. 

JOUATT. 

Elizabeth ( 1583-1673, ....) 

85, 191, 197, 328, 395. 

JUDD. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 322. 
Eunice (....-....) 289. 
John (1667-1710) 289. 
Mary (1658-1735) 187, 188. 
Thomas (1608-1688) 188, 290. 

"William ( 1635-1690) 188, 

289, 290. 

lJUDSON. 

Ann P. (....-....) 185. 
Asa (1774-1847) 28. 
Benjamin (1735-1811) 28. 
Henry S. (1861-....) 393. 
Isaac (1700-1789) 28. 
John (1647-1709) 28, 393. 
Joseph (1619-1690) 28, 393. 
Joseph (1679-1758) 393. 
Joshua, Sr. (1732-1776) 393. 
Joshua, Jr. (1772-....) 393. 
Joshua S. (1829-1874) 393. 
Lorena (1816-1868) 28. 
Martha (1686-....) 33. 
Sheldon (....-I860) 393. 

KATHERME. 

Mary (....-....) 70. 
KEAN. 

Silence (....-....) 63. 



KEEP. 

Jabez (1706-1774) 40. 
Mary (1743-1827) 40. 
Samuel (1670-1755) 40. 

KEITH. 

Isaac (1745-1773) 141. 
Isaac (1773-1843) 141. 
James (1643-1719) 141. 



Josiah 1st (....-1754) 141. 
Josiah 2d (1706-....) 141. 
Pamelia (1798-1831) 137, 141. 

KELLOGG. 

Abner (1747-....) 322. 
Amos (1782-1830) 321. 
Clarissa (1819-1896) 321. 
Daniel (....-1688, 1689) 198, 248. 

Hannah ( -....) 113. 

Joanna (1664-....) 361. 
Joseph (...., 1627-1707, ....) 

322, 361. 
Moses (1720-....) 322. 
Rachel (1663, 1664-....) 59, 247. 
Ruth (....-....) 198. 
Samuel (1669-1708) 114. 
Samuel (1673-....) 198. 
Samuel (1706-1754) 198. 
Stephen, Sr. (1668-1722) 322. 
Stephen, Jr. (1696-....) 322. 

KELLY. 

Jonathan (1681-....) 284. 
Ruth (1704-1781) 284. 
Sarah (1670-....) 283. 

KEMP. 

Esther (....-....) 295. 
KEMPTON. 

Ephraim, Sr. (....1645) 131. 

Ephraim, Jr. (....-1655) 131. 

Joanna (1647-....) 131. 

KENDALL. 

Abigail (1730-1816) 109. 
Elizabeth (1653-1715) 109. 
Francis" (....-1708) 272. 
Mary (1650-1711) 46. 
Rebecca (1657-1690) 272. 

KENNER. 

Rebecca (1773-1851) 149, 150. 
Richard 1st (....-1691) 150. 
Richard 2d (....-1725) 150. 
Rodham 1st (1671-1706) 150, 151. 
Rodham 2d (....-1743) 150. 
Rodham (1740-1777, 1783) 149, 
150, 151. 

KENT. 

John (1645-1718) 175. 
Sarah (1667-....) 174. 

KER. 

Elizabeth (1774-1864) 202. 
Nathan (1736-1804) 202. 

KERLY. 

Eliza (....-1735) 266. 
KETCHUM. 

Hannah (....-....) 170. 
KEYES. 

Sarah (1657-1738) 295. 
KIDDER. 

James (1626-1676) 52. 

Sarah (1667-1718) 52. 

KILBOURNE. 

Eliphalet (1752-1844) 214. 



525 



Hannah. (....-1835) 212. 
Jedediah (1699-1759) 214, 213. 
Jedediah, Jr. (1725-1820) 214. 
Joseph (1652-1706) 172. 
Joseph (1683-1723) 172. 
Joseph (1719-1806) 172. 
Lydia (1748-....) 172. 

KILHAM. 

Sarah (1649-1737) 214. 

KIMBALL. 

Judith (....-....) 337. 
Sarah (....-....) 255. 

KIMBBRLY. 

Abraham (....-1680) 186, 249. 
Mary (1671-1742) 99. 

Sarah (1672-1749 ) 185, 249. 

Thomas (....-1672, 1673) 186, 
249. 

KING. 

Abiah (1762-1842) 326. 
Abigail (....-....) 172. 
Benjamin (1720-1803) 329. 
Experience (1738-1823) 289. 
Hannah (1681-....) 263. 
John (1676-1741) 329. 

Mary ( ) (....-1654) 133. 

Mary (....-1715) 272. 
Mary (....-....) 357. 
Mercy (1678-1733) 371. 
Paulina (1759-1833) 118. 
Philip (1645-1710) 329. 
Richard (1692-...:) 118. 
Richard (1718-1775) 118. 

Susannah (,...- ) 257. 

Thomas, Sr. (....-....) 371. 
Thomas, Jr. (1645-....) 371. 

KINGB. 

Anna (1593-1655 ) 312, 359. 

KINGMAN. 

Elizabeth (1673-....) 127, 181. 
Henry (1592-1666) 128, 138. 

John (....-1690 ) 128, 138. 

Lydia (....-....) 138. 

KINGSBURY. 

Denison ( - ) 54. 

Prances (1804-1874) 54. 

Joseph ( - — ) 54. 

Lemuel ( - ) 54. 

Nathaniel ( - ) 54. 

KINSLEY. 

Samuel 1st (....-1662) 140. 
Samuel 2d (1661-....) 140. 
Sarah (1691-1738) 139. 
Stephen (....-1673) 140. 

KINSON. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 121. 

KIP. 

Tryntje (....-....) 112. 
KIRTLAND. 

Sarah (1646-....) 166. 
KITCHELL. 

Abraham (....-1741) 44. 



Abraham (1736-1807) 43. 
Joseph (....-1776) 44. 
Robert (1604-1672) 44. 
Samuel (1633-1690) 44. 

Samuel ( - ) 44. 

Sarah (1761-1833) 43. 
Susanna ( - ) 44. 

KLOCK. 

Sarah (1652-1731) 227. 
KNAPP. 

Amy (1774-1847) 59. 
Caleb (1731-....) 203. 
David (1725-....) 59. 
Henry E. (1851-....) 203. 
Jabez (1754-1803) 203. 

John (1664-1749 ) 59, 203. 

John H. (1791-1837) 203. 
John H. (1825-1888) 203, 204. 

Judith (....-1610 ) 93, 208. 

Nezer (....-1800) 59. 

Samuel (1695-1751, 1757) 59, 203. 

KNIGHT. 

Hannah (1664-....) 215. 
Hannah (....-....) 136. 
Priscilla (1685-1775) 197. 
Sarah (....-1755) 370. 

KNOWLBS. 

Anna (1689-1720) 248. 
Mercy ( - ) 101. 

LADD. 

Mary (1699-1734) 217, 286. 

LAKE. 

Hannah (....-....) 244. 

LAMB. 

Elizabeth (Harbottle) (....- 
1699) 232. 

LAMBERT. 

Alice (1686-....) 49. 
Jonathan (1657-....) 49. 

LAMSON. 

Azubah (....-1676) 222. 

LANE. 

Annar (1751-1777) 102. 
Dorothy (1669-1727) 86. 
Ebenezer (1713-1790) 93. 
Ebenezer (1747-1808) 93. 
Ebenezer 3d (....-....) 88. 
Elizabeth (....-1746) 62. 
Frances E. (1821-1896) 88, 93. 

497. 
Job (1620-1697) 62. 87. 
John (1648-1712) 93. 
Samuel (1678-1725) 93. 

LANGHORNE. 

Sarah (....-....) 218. 

LANSING. 

Annetje (....-....) 110. 
Johannes, Sr. (....-1728) 111. 

Johannes, Jr. ( - — ) 110. 

Philip (1729-....) 110. 

LANGSTAFP. 

Sarah (....-....) 238. 



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LAPHAM. 

Rebecca (1645-1717) 137. 
Thomas (....-1648) 138. 

DARKIN. 

Edward ( -....) 281. 

Johanna ( -1713) 281. 

LiARNED (see Learned). 

Sarah ( -....) 275. 

LATHAM. 

Ann (....-....) 127, 181. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 128. 

Frances (1611-1677) 297. 

Robert (....-....) 129. 

William (....-....) 129. 

LATHROP, LOTHROP. 

Elizabeth (1740-....) 222. 

Hope (1671-1736) 223. 

John (1584-1663) 73, 224, 275, 373, 

374. 
John (1699-1752) 223. 
Joseph (1624-1702) 58, 223. 
Lydia (1715-....) 57. 
Martha (1657-1719) 379. 
Mary (...., 1640-....) 73, 275. 
Mary (1683-.. . .) 141. 
Samuel (....-1699) 374. 
Sarah (1655-1706) 374. 
Thomas (1621-1707) 73, 275, 276. 
Thomas (1673-1757) 58. 

LATTIMER, LATIMER. 
Ann (1734-....) 148. 
Hannah P. (1794-....) 93. 
Peter (....-1790) 98. 
Pickett (1745-....) 96, 98. 
Robert (1664-1728) 98. 

LAWRENCE. 

Asa (1737-....) 172. 
Benjamin (1666-....) 150. 
Edith (1651-....) 44. 
Eleazer (1674-1754) 172. 
Elizabeth (....-1686) 219. 
Elizabeth (1702-....) 149. 
Elizabeth (....-....) 171, 172, 

372. 
Ephraim (1765-....) 172. 
Experience (1719-....) 40. 
Martha (....-....) 330. 
Nathaniel (1799-....) 172. 
Peleg (1647-1692) 172. 
Peleg (1701-1757) 172. 
William (1623-1680) 219. 

LAWTON. 

Ann (1678-1739) 41. 
Isaac (1650-1732) 42, 43, 230, 232. 
Sarah (1676-1731) 230. 
Sarah (1754-1820) 41. 
Thomas (....-1681) 42, 233. 

LAY. 

Abigail (1673-....) 196, 197. 
Jane (1706-1795) 236. 
John Jr. (1633-1696) 196. 
John, Jr. (....-1711) 236. 
Phoebe (....-1699) 97. 
Robert (1618-1689) 97. 



LEARNED. 

Mary (1647-....) 76. 
Sarah (1608-....) 73. 

LEAVENS. 

Catherine (1807-1877) 335. 
Joseph (1683-1773) 133. 
Sarah (1727-1814) 133. 

LEAVENWORTH. 

Betsey (1763-1853) 245, 248. 
Ebenezer (1734-1778) 248. 

LEAVER. 

Lydia (1684-1754) 172. 
LE BEAU. 

Christine (Otis) (1689-1773) 336. 

LEE. 

Elizabeth (1681-1731) 164. 
Elizabeth (....-....) 271. 

Hannah ( 1695-1773) 88, 300. 

John (....-....) 346. 
Mary (1670-....) 166. 
Phoebe (1677-1707) 163. 
Sarah (1692-1738) 346. 
Thomas (....-1705) 90, 91, 166, 
300. 

LEETE. 

Abigail (1648-1710) 267, 269. 
William (1611, 1613-1683) 267. 
270. 

LEPFINGWELL. 

Elizabeth ( 1676-1737) 92, 

115. 
Hannah (1648-....) 212. 
Thomas (1622-1710, 1714) 92, 115, 

116. 
Thomas (1649-1724) 92, 93, 115, 

116. 
Zerviah (1686-1770) 91, 

LEONARD. 

Benjamin (1654-1724) 319. 

Hannah ( - ) 329. 

John (....-1676) 319, 350. 
John (1681-....) 318. 
Josiah (1709-1760) 138. 
Martha (1649-....) 350. 
Merey (1713-1795) 281. 

Moses ( - ) 281. 

Rebecca (1744-1831) 137. 
Sarah (....-....) 318. 

LESEUR. 

Joanna (1777-1856) 369. 
LESTER. 

Lydia (1756-1828) 103. 
LEVERETT. 

Ann (1652-1719) 207. 

John (1616-1679) 207, 442. 

LEVIT. 

Mary (....-....) 376. 

LEWIS. 

Catherine B. (1815-1876) 57, 59. 
Eldad (1711-1784) 208. 



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George W. (1857-....) 207. 
Hannah (....-....) 362, 363, 364. 
Isaac (1685-1761) 208. 
John (1746-1792) 207. 
John L. (1779-1863) 207. 
Martin B. (1820-....) 207, 209. 
Mary (....-....) 381. 
Reed (1787-1836) 57. 
Susannah (1761-....) 180. 
William (....-1690) 208, 209, 362, 

364 
William, Sr. (....-1683) 362. 
William 2d (1656-1725) 208. 

LIBBY. 

Abigail (1811-1890) 120, 122. 
Abraham (1688-1767) 122. 
Anthony (1649-1718) 122. 
John (1602-1682) 122. 
Joseph (1715-1778) 122. 
Reuben (1743-1827) 122. 

LIGHTNER. 

John A. (1743-1798) 209. 
Milton C. (1820-1880) 209. 
Nathaniel F. (1787-1847) 209. 
William H. 0856-....) 209. 

LINCOLN. 

Daniel (1653-1732) 388, 390. 
Elizabeth (1656-1741) 388, 390. 
Elizabeth (1689-....) 388, 390. 
Rachel (1677-1715) 142. 
Samuel 1637-....) 142. 
Samuel (....-1690) 388, 390. 

LINNELL. 

Mary (....-....) 349. 
Robert (....-1663) 349. 



LINTON. 
Ann (. 

LITTLE. 



.-1680) 278. 



Benjamin 0760-1846) 210. 
Enoch (1728-1816) 210. 
Enoch (1763-1848) 215. 
Enoch (1802-1875) 212, 215. 
George (1825-....) 210, 211, 212, 

215. 
Henry L. (1857-....) 210. 
Jane (1746-1792) 215. 
John (1745-1822) 203. 
Louisa (1836-1866) 210, 211, 212, 

215. 
Mary (....-....) 203. 
Moses (1657-1691) 210. 
Sarah (1708-1757) 215. 
Simeon B. (1797-1874) 210, 211. 
Tristram 0681-1765) 210. 

LIVERMORE. 

Ann (1690-....) 192. 
Anna 0743-1812) 202. 
Hannah (....-....) 190. 
John (1606-1684) 193, 202, 329. 
Jonathan (1678-1705) 202. 
Nathaniel (1713-1783) 329. 
Samuel (1640-1690) 192, 202, 329. 
Samuel (1701-1773) 202. 
Tabitha (1757-1837) 329. 
Thomas (1677-1761) 329. 



LIVINGSTON. 

Gilbert (1690-1746) 180. 
Gilbert J. (1758-1833) 180. 
James (1728-1761) 180. 
Judith (1785-1856) 180. 
Robert (1654-1728) 180. 

LOBDELL. 

Abijah (....-....) 203. 
Sarah (1793-1867) 203. 

LOCKWOOD. 

Elizabeth (1721-....) 198. 
Jonathan (1634-1688) 119. 
Joseph (1675-1759) 119. 
Joseph, Jr. (1699-1747) 119. 
Joseph (1731-1792) 119. 
Joseph (1764-1799) 119. 
Mary E. (1828-1877) 116, 119. 
Robert (....-1658) 119. 
Samuel D. (1789-1874) 119. 

LONG. 

Abigail (1668 ) 301. 

Ann (1625-1691) 46. 
Herodias (....-....) 234. 
John (1629-1683) 301. 
Robert ( 1590-1664) 46, 301. 

LOOCKERMANS (see Looker- 
mans). 

Annekens (....-1684) 382. 
LOOK. 

Dinah (1755-1834) 80. 

LOOKERMANS. 

Annetje (....- ) HI. 

LOOMIS. 

Abigail (1691-1752) 187, 188. 
Abigail (1701-1733) 322. 
Josiah (1661-1735) 188. 
Nathaniel (....-1688) 188. 
Nehemiah (1670-1740) 322. 
Samuel (....-1698) 322. 

LORD. 

Abner (1733-1790) 163. 
Abner, Jr. (1760-1821) 163. 
Ann (a) (....-1688) 54, 229, 241. 
Anna (....-16S2) 379. 
Benjamin (1667-1714) 154. 
Benjamin (1694-1784) 153. 
Betsey 0784-....) 163. 
Ebenezer (1730-1800) 153. 
Enoch (1725-1814) 235. 
Joseph (1757-1812) 232, 235, 237. 
Phoebe (1686-....) 319. 
Phoebe (G) (1797-1875) 229, 232, 

235, 237. 
Richard (1647-1727) 235, 319. 
Richard (1690-1776) 2". 
Sally H. (1789-1864) 153. 
Sarah (1638-1705) 331. 
Thomas (1645-1730) 166. 
Thomas, Jr. (1694-....) 163. 
William (1623-1678) 154. 
William (1763-1820) 153. 

LORING. 
Benjamin 



(1692-1764) 386, 388. 



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Joseph (1738-1795) 386, 388, 390. 
Mary (1778-1849) 386, 388. 
Thomas (1662-1738) 387, 389. 
Wealthian (....-....) 195. 

LOTHROP (see Lathrop}. 

LOVE. 

Mary (....-1627) 49. 
LOWE, LOW. 

Abigail (1791-1873) 133, 134. 

Abraham (1755-1834) 134. 

Jonathan (1665-1750) 136. 

Jonathan (1708- ) 136. 

Martha (1734-1802) 211. 

Thomas (1632-1712) 136. 

LOWELL. 

Gideon (1672-1751) 146. 
Marian (1735-....) 145. 
Stephen ((1704-....) 146. 

LUCAS. 

Elizabeth 0740-1823) 96, 98. 
LUDDINGTON. 

Abigail (1728-1768) 375. 

LUDLOW. 

Jemima (1731-1782) 308. 
Roger (1690-1665) 209, 432. 
Sarah (....-....) 209. 

LUFF. 

Jane (1821-....) 285. 
LUM. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 185, 186, 
248. 

LUNT. 

Anne ( ) (....-....) 214. 

Elizabeth L. (1813-1890) 287. 

LYMAN. 

Ann (....-....) 285. 
Dorcas (1688-17701 364. 
John (1623-1690) 364, 365. 
John (1660-1740) 364, 365. 
Sarah (1621-....) 48. 

LYNDE. 

Elizabeth (1694-1778) 235. 
Nathaniel (1659-1729) 235. 
Slimon (1624-1687) 236. 

LYON. 

Clara (1843-....) 313, 320, 321. 
Moses (1763-1823) 323. 
Robert B (1796-1854) 321. 

M'ALLISTER, M'ALISTER. .. 
Archibald (....-....) 82, 88. 
John (....-....) 82, 88. 
Nancy (1776-1838) 81, 82, 83. 

M'CARTHY. 

Harriet L. (1819-....) 202, 203. 
John (1763-1832) 202. 

M'CORMICK. 

Isabella (1835-....) 57. 



M'DOWELL. 

Alexander J. 0788-1872) 166. 
Martha J. (1823-1893, 1894) 163, 
166. 

MAC ELROY. 

Elizabeth (1800-1862) 75. 
M'KEAN. 

Katherine (....-....) 264. 
M'KEEN. 

Maria (....-....) 82, 88. 
M'LEAN. 

Ann B. (....-....) 43. 

John (1854-....) 215. 

Nathaniel C. (1818-....) 215. 

M'LBLLAN. 

Elizabeth (1709-1804) 117 
Hugh (1710-1787) 117. 
Martha (1745-1825) 116. 

MACOMBER. 

Sarah (....-1680) 145. 
MALLORY. 

Elizabeth (1691-....) 101. 
MANLY. 

Ruth (1710-1784) 141. 

Thomas (1680-1743) 141. 

William (....-1717) 141. 

MANN. 

Amos (1739-....) 296. 
Asa (1769-1852) 296, 297. 
Eliza (1825-....) 296, 297. 
Thomas, Sr. (....-1694) 296. 
Thomas 2d (1685-1754) 296. 
Thomas 3d (1713-....) 296. 

MANNING. 

Hannah (1642-....) 295. 
Samuel (1644-1711) 281. 
Sarah (1681-1709) 281. 

MANSFIELD. 

Andrew (1623-1683) 74. 
Bethia (1658-1727) 73. 
Margaret ( -1777) 109. 

MARBURY. 

Ann (1600-1643) 231, 240. 

MARKHAM. 

Phoebe (....-....) 60. 

MARRETT. 

Abigail (....-1683) 274. 

MARSH. 

Alice (1767-1838) 48. 

Benjamin (1687- ) 263. 

Hannah (1713-....) 263. 
John (....-1674) 263. 

John ( 1618-1688) 48, 368. 

John, Jr. (....-1727) 48, 49. 
John (1739-1813) 48. 
Jonathan (1650-1730) WS. 
Jonathan (1713-....) 48. 



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Joseph (1671-1753) 48. 49. 
Margaret (1781-1862) 209. 
Mary (1683-....) 368. 
Rachel (1674-1752) 385. 
Zacharlah (1637-1693) 263. 

MARSHALL. 

Ann (....-1726) 121. 
Ann (1719-....) 169. 
Susannah (....-1744) 288. 
Thomas (1694-1740) 169. 

MARSHFIELD. 

Margaret (1670-1758) 301. 
Samuel (1626-1692) 301. 

MARSTON. 

Phoebe (....-....) 309. 
Tryphena (1663-1729) 122. 

MARTIN. 

Elizabeth (1780-1814) 304. 

John 1st ( -1687) 304. 

John 2d (....-1703) 304. 
John 3d (....-....) 304. 
Robert (1733-1813) 304. 

MARVIN. 

Abigail ( 1640-1672 ) 

290, 368. 
Esther (1707-1792) 163. 
Hepslbah (1731-1813) 235. 
John (1664-1711) 236. 
Joseph (1703-1791) 236. 
Mary (...., 1629-1713 ) 91, 

115. 
Mary (1666-....) 165, 497. 
Matthew (...., 1600-1680, ....) 

91, 115, 223, 290, 368. 
Reinold (1633-1676) 163, 164, 236. 
Reinold (1669-1737) 163. 
Sarah (1632-1702) 220. 
Sarah (Clark) (....-....) 319. 

MARTOTT. 

Susannah ( -1654) 342. 

MASON. 

Annie (1650-....) 47. 
Hannah (1636-....) 387, 389. 
Hugh (1605, 1606-1678) 175, 278, 

387, 390. 
Isabel (....-....) 345, 346, 352. 
John (1598, 1600-1671, 1672) 48, 

189, 194, 352, 411. 
Mary (....-....) 92, 306. 

Mary ( ) (....-....) 115. 

Priscilla (1641-....) 189, 194. 
Sarah (1651-....) 175, 277. 
Thankful (1672-....) 65. 
(....-....) 197. 

MASTERS. 

Lydia (1605-1669) 234. 
MATTHEWS. 

James (....-1686) 106, 107. 

Mary Jane (1828-1880) 393. 

Sarah (1702 ) 106, 107. 

William (....-1737) 106. 

MATTLE, MATTLES. 

Ann (e) (1610-1685) 96, 223. 



MATTOON. 

Philip (. . . .-1696) 205. 
Sarah (....-1752) 204. 

MAVERICK. 

Ellas (1604-1684) 46. 
Elizabeth (1639-1673) 46. 
Moses (1610-1686) 293. 
Rebecca (....-1659) 293. 

MAXIM. 

Patience (1816-1894) 181. 
MATHEW.. 

Hannah (1636-1722) 143, 221. 

Mary (1700-1779) 50. 

Matthew (1648-1710) 50. 

Paine (1677-1761) 50. 

Thomas (1592-1681, 1682) 49, 60, 
141, 221, 410. 

Thomas (1620-1657) 50. 

MAYNARD. 

Mehitable (171fi-....) 55. 

MAYO. 

Asa (1755-1823) 216. 
Charles E. (1827-1899) 216. 
Elizabeth (....-1701) 106. 
Hannah (....-....) 58. 
Jeremiah (1786-1867) 216, 217. 
John (....-1676) 106. 
John (1656-1726) 216. 
Joseph (1696-1774) 216. 
Mercy (....-1749) 290. 
Thomas (1725-1778) 216. 

MEARS. 

Catherine (1701-1797) 386. 

MEIGS. 

Jonathan (1672-1739) 171. 
Jonathan (....-1765) 171. 
Lois (1750-1826) 171. 

MELLINS. 

Mary (1661-1720) 310, 317. 
MENDENHALL. 

Benjamin ( - — ) 169. 

Hannah (1696-1770) 169. 

MERGES. 

Helena (....-1688) 215. 
MERIAM, MERRIAM. 

Ann (1669-1757) 387, 389. 

Mary (1664-....) 73. 

Mary (....-....) 352. 

Joseph (1630-1677) 73. 

MERRIPIELD. 

Caroline (....-1879) S93. 
John (1749-1828) 157. 
Julia A. 0793-1865) 157. 

MERRILL, MERRILLS. 
Abel (1671-1759) 284. 
Abel, Jr. (1698-1783) !84. 
Ann (1769-1855) 146. 
Catherine W. (1819-1901) 213. 
Daniel (1642-1717) 147. 
Daniel (1671-....) 147. 



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Daniel (1696-1784) 147. 
Daniel (1734-1788) 147. 
Hannah (....-1662) 145. 
Joseph (1764-1839) 283. 
Prudence (1700-1793) 250. 
Stevens (1731-1804) 283. 
Stevens (1790-1863) 283. 

MERRIMAN. 

Hannah ( - ) 375. 

Nathaniel (....-....) 375. 

MBEWIN. 

David (1763-1828) 102. 
Miles (1721-1786) 102. 
Nancy (1793-1829) 100. 

MESSENGER. 

Esther (1779-....) 179. 
METCALF. 

Abigail (1713-....) 340, 341. 

Eleazer (1653-1706, 1742) 157, 
158, 341, 344. 

Eleazer (1685-....) 341. 

Michael 1st (1687-1754) 157. 

Michael 2d (1719-1774) 157. 

Molly (1758-1817) 157. 

MTCKLB. 

Louise P. (....-....) 305. 
MILES. 

Martha (....-....) 198. 

Richard (....-1667) 198. 

MILLER. 

MeMtable (1638-....) 107. 
Sarah (1730-....) 301. 

MINER, MINOR. 

Anna (1794-....) 161. 
Benjamin (1673-1710) 163. 
Benjamin (1742-....) 161. 
Benjamin, Jr. (1767-....) 161. 
Clement (1706-....) 163. 
Ephraim (1675-1762) 31, 32. 
Hannah (1676-....) 93. 
John (1634-1719) 31, 32. 
Joseph (1636, 1644-1711, 1712) 163, 

242. 
Manassah (1647-1728) 94. 
Matthew (1708-1778) 31, 32. 
Matthew (1753-1836) 31. 
Prudence (1688-1726) 238. 
Sally (1778-1820) 28. 
Thomas (1607, 1608-1690) 31, 94, 

162, 163, 242. 

MINOT. 

Jane (1795-1859) 283. 
MITCHELL. 

Anna (1730-1800) 185. 

Anne (1755-....) 181. 

Constant ( - ) 328. 

David 1st (....-....) 186. 

David (1692-1757) 186. 

Edward C. (1836-....) 218. 

Edward P. (1812-1880) 218. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 137, 326. 

Experience (1609-1689) 128, 137, 
326, 327. 



Jacob (...., 1649-1675) 127, 128, 

181. 
Jacob (1740-....) 127. 
Joslah (....-1851) 127, 130, 132. 
Lucia (1824-....) 125, 127, 130, 

132. 
Matthew ( 1590-1645 ) 

29, 36, 186. 
Matthew (....-1736) 186. 

Sarah ( 1621-....) 29, 36. 

Seth (1715-1802 ) 127, 181. 

Thomas (....-1727) 127, 181. 

MONFORT. 

Abram (1783-1822) 220. 
Delos A. (1835-1899) 220, 221. 
Frederick D. (1868-....) 220. 
Jared G. (1810-1864) 220. 

MOODY. 

Ebenezer (1675-1757) 366. 

Mary ( -1787) 366. 

Samuel (....-1689) 366. 

MOORE, MOOR. 

Abigail (....-....) 60. 
Albert R. (1869-....) 225. 
Ann (....-....) 52. 
Ann (....-....) 302. 
David, Sr. (1756-1823) 225. 
David. Jr. (1791-1860) 225. 

Elizabeth ( - ) 188. 

Elizabeth (....-1705) 360. 
Isaac (....-....) 259. 
James E. (1847-1894) 225, 227. 
James L (1820-....) 225. 
John (....-....) 61, 188. 
John (....-1657) 225. 
John (....-1674) 360. 
John (1721-1806) 225. • 

Jonathan (1681- ) 148. 

Joseph (1679-1756) 225, 497. 
Lydia (....-....) 94. 
Mary (1664-1738) 259. 
Mary (....-1788) 227. 
Olive (....-....) 283. 
Patience (1722-....) 225. 
Phoebe (1669-1725) 208. 
Samuel (1662-1717) 225. 
Samuel, Jr. (....-1758) 225. 
Sarah (1704-....) 147. 

MORGAN. 

Daniel (1712-1773) 308. 
Desire (1736-....) 308. 
Elizabeth (1745-1782) 356. 
Hannah (1656-1696) 60. 
Hannah (1674-....) 267, 269. 
James (1607-1685) 268, 271, 308. 
James (1680-1721) 308. 
John (1645-1712) 268, 270, 271, 

308. 
Joseph (1702-1773) 358, 359. 
Miles ((1616-1669) 60, 359. 
Nathaniel (1671-1752) 359. 

MORRELD. 

Adrianna ( - ) 227. 

William (1772-1846) 227. 

MORRIS. 

Ebenezer (1664-1717) 103. 
Edward (1630-1689) 103. 



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Mary (1694-1762) 103. 
MORSE (see Moss). 

Elizabeth (1647-....) 172. 
Hester (1G83-....) 284. 
John 0650-1717) 379. 
John (1682-1755) 380. 
John (1750, 1751-....) S7S, 3S0 
Keziah (1720-....) 379. 
Levi (1722-....) 380. 
Martha (1777-1848) 378. 
Samuel (1680-....) 379. 

MORTON. 

Abigail (1732-....) 130. 
Ephraim (1623-1693) 132. 
George (1645-1693) 131. 
Nathaniel (1613-1685) 85, 449. 

Patience ( - — ) 130. 

Remember (....-1707) 85. 
Thomas (1690-....) 131. 

MOSS (see Morse). 

Boreas (1725-1811) 170, 391. 
John (1604-1707) 206, 379. 
Mary (1647-1725) 206. 

MOTT. 

Adam (1596-....) 396. 
Angellne S. (1826-....) 77, 79. 
Dorothy (....-....) 334. 
Bbenezer (1675-....) 79. 
Elizabeth (1628-1694} 252, 396. 
Hannah (....-....) 339. 
John (1707-....) 79. 
Joshua (1790-....) 79. 
Nathaniel (....-1675) 79. 
Stephen (1752-....) 79. 

MOULD. 

Christian (1677-1719) 376. 
Susannah 0663-1754) 376. 

MOULTON. 

Hannah (1751-1827) 287. 
MOUSALL. 

Eunice (....-1684) 277. 

John (....-1665) 277. 

MULLINS. 

Priscilla ( 1602-1688 ) 

47, 130, 177, 217, 266, 286, 369, 
394. 

MUNN. 

Mary (1705-1763) 80. 
MURIAN. 

Mary (....-....) 274. 
MURRAY. 

Delia G. (1836-....) 161. 
MUSKETT. 

Bridget (....-....) 214. 

MYERS. 

James (1810-1897) 228. 
Michael (1753-1814) 228.. 
Peter M. (1777-1815) 228. 
Walter F. (1853-....) 228. 



MYRICK. 

Abigail (....-....) 216. 
NASH. 

Catherine (1779-1858) 347, 349, 

350. 
Dorcas (1772-1837) 356, 360. 
Elisha (1729-1814) 360. ' 
Elisha (1744-1827) 347, 349. 
Ephraim (1682-1759) 360, 361. 
Mary V. S. (1800-1875) 119. 
Samuel (....-....) 131. , 
Thomas, Sr.. (....-1728) 349. 
Thomas, Jr. (1693-1773) 349. 
Timothy (1626-1699) 349, 360. 
(....-....) 131. 

NASON. 

Caroline E. (1853-....) 180, 181. 
Elisha K. (1833-....) 180. 

NELSON. 

Anne (Colby) (1719-1800) 149. 

Martha ( - ) 139. 

William (....-1680) 139. 

NEWBERRY. 

Mary (....-1688) 90, 113. 
Thomas (....-1636 ) 90, 113. 

NEWBOLD. 

Margaret ( - ) 392. 

NEWCOMB. 

Alice (1712-1752) 48. 

Andrew (1640-1708) 49. 

John (1688-....) 49. 

Judith (1733-....) 180. 

Simon (1666-1744) 49. 

NEWDIGATE. 

Hannah (1635-1684) 236. 
NEWELL 

Abel, (1730-1811) 259, 260. 
Esther (1652, 1654-1739) 38, 258. 
Lucy (1788-1843) 258. 
Nathaniel (1703-1753) 259, 260. 
Nathaniel (1757-....) 258. 
Samuel (1660-1753) 260. 

NEWHALL. 

Lydia (1687-....) 313, 316, 320. 
Martha (Upham) (1714-....) 
313, 316, 320. 

Rebecca (1675- ) 75. 

Thomas (1630-1687) 318. 
Thomas (1653-1728) 318. 

NEWTON. 

David (1753-1839) 391. 
Eleanor (1598-1681) 178. 
Elizabeth (....-....) 132. 
Enos (1794-1865) 391. 
Mary (1824-1901) 391. 
Mercy (1685-1715) 281. 
Moses (1646-1736) 281. 282. 
Richard (....-1701) 132. 

NICHOLS, NICHOLLS. 

Abraham (1662-....) 59, 247. 
Amml (1779-1871) 261. 
Beulah (1740-....) 245. 



532 



Caleb (....-1690) 59, 247. 
Caleb (1738-1827) 59. 
Daniel (1687-1740) 59. 
Daniel 2d (....-....) 59. 
Deborah (1775-1812) 59. 
Francis (....-1650) 247. 
Isaac, Sr. (1700-....) 263. 
Isaac (1737-1822) 263. 
Jane (....-....) 124. 
John (1705-....) 246, 247. 
Joseph (1685-1758) 247. 
Joseph F. (1813-1881) 261. 
Lydia El (1841-....) 258, 261. 
Mary (1714-1793) 388, 390. 
Nathaniel (1685-1758) 388, 390 
Phoebe (1703-....) 245. 
Tabitha (1754-1808) 77. 
Thomas (....-....) 263. 

NICOLL. 

Benjamin, Sr. (1694-1724) 382. 
Benjamin, Jr. (1718-1760) 382. 
Frances M. (1785-1861) 382. 
Margaret (1662-1718) 383. 
Matthias (1621-1687) 382, 383. 
Samuel (1754-1796) 382. 
William (1657-1723) 382, 383. 

NIEUKERK. 

Anna M. (1820-1857) 110, 112, 

113, 115. 
Charles (1792-1852) 110, 112. 
Conrad (1722-....) 112. 
Conrad (1766-....) 112. 
Gerrlt, Jr. (....-....) 113. 

NIGHTINGALE. 

Hannah ( - ) 179. 

NORRIS. 

Mary (....-1621) 129, 293. 
NORTH END. 

Sarah (1661-1732) 134. 
NORTON. 

Abigail (....-1674) 301. 

Ann (....-....) 56. 

Francis (....-1667) 301. 

Sarah (....-....) 143, 221. 

Sarah (....-1793) 159. 

NOYES. 

Bridget (1725-1772) 238. 
Charles P. (1842-. . . .■) 229, 237. 
Daniel R. (1836-....) 237. 
Daniel R. (1793-1877) 229, 232, 

235, 237. 
James (1640-1719) 229, 230, 241, 

333. 
James (1657-....) 215. 
James (1705-1757) 215. 
James (1746-1831) 215. 
Joseph (1688-1761) 331. 
Joseph (1727-1802) 229, 237. 
Mary (1641-....) 136. 
Nicholas (1614, 1616-1701) 136, 

215. 
Polly (1771- 1833) 215. 
Sarah (1722-1797) 331. 
Thomas (1670, 1679-1755) 229, 

237, 240, 241, 242. 
Thomas (1754-1819) 229, 237. 



NUTTER. 

Anthony (1630-1685) 238. 
Hatevll (....1745) 238. 
John (1721-1776) 238. 
Mary (....-....) 238. 

NUTTING. 

Elizabeth (1731-....) 381. 
John (....-....) 331. 
Jonathan (1668-....) 331. 
Samuel (....-....) 331. 

NYE. 

Sarah (....-....) 50. 

ODLIN. 

John (1666-1738) 233. 
Lydia (1701-1781) 233. 

OGDEN. 

Alice (....-....) 339. 
Hannah (....-....) 323. 

OLDFIELD. 

Martha (....-....) 159. 
OLDHAM. 

Ducretia (....-1679) 49, 98. 

OLDS- 

Hannah (Billings) (1736-1815) 
40. 

OLIVE. 

Ann (....-....) 219. 

OLMSTEAD. 

Daniel (1684-....) 170. 
David (1748-1813) 170, 391. 
David (1770-1892) 170, 391. 
John (1649-1705) 170. 
John I. (1805-1872) 170, 391. 
Mary R. (1830-1898) 170, 391. 
Nathan (1717-1805) 170. 
Richard (....-....) 170. 

OLNEY. 

Epenetus, Sr. (1634-1698) 67. 
Epenetus (1675-1740) 67. 
Martha (....-....) 67. 
Thomas (1600-1682) 67. 

OPIE. 

Susanna (1719-1749) 150. 
ORCUTT. 

Deliverance (1702-1790) 143. 
Hannah (1738-1776) 47. 
Susanna (h) (1618-1698, 1699) 47, 
141. 

ORDWAY. 

Hannaniah (1665-1758) 214. 
Rebecca (1690-1769) 214. 

ORTON. 

Mary (Tudor) (1660-....) 28, 

393 
Sarah (1765-1805) 185. 

ORVIS. 

Margaret (1687- ) 220. 



533 



OSBORN, OSBORNE. 
Ethan (1758-....) 186. 
John (1728-1814) 188. 
Mary (1805-1899) 185. 
Rebecca 0711-1801) 152. 
Richard (....-1682) 245. 
Sarah (....-....) 245. 

OSGOOD. 

Christopher (1643-1723) 109. 
John (1595-1651) 173. 
Mary (1650-1705) 147. 
Mary (1706-1745) 173. 
Rebecca (1692-1727) 109. 
Stephen (1638-1691) 173. 
Stephen, Jr. (1670-1749) 173. 

OSTRANDER 

Rachel (....-....) 225. 

OTIS. 

Christine (1689-1773) 336. 

OWEN. 

Esther (....-....) 253. 
Phoebe (....-....) 50. 

PABODIE. 

Martha (1651, 1652-....) 217, 286. 
Mercy (1649-1728) 394, 
William (1614, 1620-1707) 217, 
286, 394. 

PACKARD. 

Deborah (....-....) 326. 
Margaret (1682-1743) 137. 
Mehitable (....-....) 177. 
Nathaniel (....-1720) 138. 

PADDOCK. 

Alice (1640-1692) 49, 68. 
Deborah (1705-1752) 280. 
Ebenezer (1704-1767) 108, 217. 
John (1669-1718) 108. 
Mary (1739-1789) 107, 108, 217. 
Robert (....-1650, ....) 66, 108, 

279 
Robert (1671-....) 280. 
Susannah ( 1649-1670, ....) 

279, 305. 
Zachariah (1636, 1637-1727) 108, 

280. 

PAGE. 

Benjamin (1714-1796) 121. 
Elizabeth (1749-1781) 120. 
Francis (1633-....) 121. 
Robert (1604-1679) 121. 
Samuel (1671-1754) 121. 

PAINE, PAYNE. 

Abner (1721-....) 100. 
Anne (....-1668) 267, 270. 
Eunice (1764-....) 100. 
Grace (....-....) 221. 

Jane ( - ) 50. 

Lydia (1786-1846) 103. 
Rebecca (1642-1680) 72. 
Seth (1690-1772) 103. 
Seth (1719-1792) 103. 
Seth (1750-1820) 103. 
Tabitha (....-....) 87. 
Thomas 1st (....-1650) 101. 



Thomas 23 (....-1706) 100. 

Thomas (1656-1721) 100. 

Thomas (1681-1745) 100. 

William (1694-....) 87. 

PAINS. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 306. 
PADGRAVE. 

Sarah (1621-1665) 192. 
PALMER. 

Elizabeth (Hodgkins) (....- 
....) 139. 

Grace (.... 1608-1690 ) 31, 

94, 163, 242. 
Mary (....-....) 160. 
Rebecca (1648-....) 93. 
Walter (...., 1585-1662) 32, 94, 
242. 

PANTRT. 

Mary (....-....) 228. 
PARDEE. 

Elizabeth (1660-....) 198. 

George ( - ) 198. 

PARK, PARKE. 

Abigail (1669-....) 295. 
Asahel (....-....) 54. 
Dorothy (....-....) 384. 
Margaret (1702-....) 47. 
Martha (1641, 1642-1674) 95, 243. 

Martha (1646-1717 ) 95, 243, 

245. 
Mary E. 0826-....) 53, 54, 55. 
Stanton (1794-1868) 54. 
Sylvia (....-....) 384. 

Thomas (....-1709 ) 95, 24b, 

William (1607-1685) 96, 244, 245 

PARKER. 

Abraham (....-1685) 76. 
Ebenezer (1676-....) 75. 
Ebenezer (1690-1773) 76. 
Elizabeth (1691-....) 76. 
Hananlah (1638-1724) 75. 
Kate (1773-1846) 204. 
Lucy (1714-1758) 75. 
Mary (....-1725) 380. 
Mary (....-1771) 206. 
Mary (1702-....) 75. 
Mercy (....-1802) 280. 
Moses (1657-1732) 76. 
Rebecca (1661-1754) 71. 

PARKHURST. 

Martha (....-....) 50. 
PARKMAN. 

Ebenezer 0703-1782) 307. 

Elias (1635-1691) 307. 

Elias (1761-....) 307. 

Lucy (....-....) 307) 

Samuel B. (1787-1838) 307. 

William (1658-1730) 307. 

PAFJMALEE, PARMEL.EE. 
Abraham (1717-1795) 38. 
Clarinda 0781-1868) 35, 36. 
Elizabeth (1696-1786) 259. 
Isaac (1665-1749) 259. 



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John, Jr. (1620-1688) 259. 
Sarah (1719-1784) 379, 380. 
Theodore (1751-....) 35, 38. 

PABROTT. 

Elizabeth ....-....) 274. 
Francis (....-1656) 274. 

PARSONS. 

Ebenezer (1668-1752) 301. 
Grace (....-1677) 396. 
Hannah (....-1776) 285. 
Hugh (1613-1684) 396. 
Jemima (1691-1757) 102. 
Jonathan, Sr. (1705-1776) 300. 
Jonathan, Jr. (1735-1784) 299. 
Lois (1765-1828) 299, 301. 
Samuel (1653-1734) 103. 

PARTRIDGE. 

George (....-1695) 142. 

Hannah (....- ) 60. 

Mary (....-....) 351. 
Mercy (....-1726) 158. 
Sarah (1639-....) 142. 

PATTEN. 

Lucy J. (1818-1845) 381. 

Rebecca (1699-1773) 71. 

Sarah (1735-....) 71. 

Thomas (1636-1690) 72. 

Thomas (1695-1747) 72. 

William (1671-1730) 72. 
PAYNE (see Paine). 

PEARCE (see Pierce). 
George (1662-1752) 252. 
James, Sr. (1691-1755) 252. 
James, Jr. (1719-1767) 252, 394, 

395. 
Mary (1654-1736) 252. 
Stephen (1753-1843) 252, 394, 396. 
Temperance (1724-1793) 217, 286. 

PEARSON. 

Mary (1720-1775) 254. 
Moses (1697-1778) 253, 254. 

PEASELY. 

Sarah (1642-1718) 146. 
PEASLEE. 

Hannah (1703-1734) 337. 

Nathaniel (1682-....) 337. 

PEAT. 

Hannah (1704-....) 59. 

PEA VET. 

Albert D. (1823-1859) 238. 
Charles (....-....) 238. 
Frank H. (1850-....) 238. 
James (....-....) 238. 

PECK. 

Ann, Anne, Annie, ( 1619- 

. . . .) 48, 189, 194, 352. 
Elizabeth (1669-1688) 100. 
Elizabeth (1705-1730) 164. 
John (1638-1724) 206. 
Joseph (1587-1663) 133. 
Joseph (1640, 1641-1718) 164, 237. 
Lois (1732- 1819) 186. 



Mary (....-....) 206. 
Ruth (1676-....) 237. 
Samuel (1638-1708) 133, 134. 
Samuel (1678-1735) 164. 
Sarah (1669-1738) 133. 
William (1601-1694) 164. 

PECKHAM. 

Susanna (....-1733) 231. 
PEEK. 

John, Sr. (....-....) 302. 

John, Jr. (....-....) 302. 

Mary A. (1824-1899) 302. 

PEET. 

Benjamin, Sr. (1636-1704) 245. 
Benjamin, Jr. (1665-1704) 245. 
Elijah (1765-1814) 245, 248. 
Emerson W. (1834-....) 238. 
John (1597-1678) 245. 
Stephen (1797-1855) 238, 245, 248. 
Thomas (1698-1760) 245. 
William (1743-....) 245. 

PELL. 

Ann (....-....) 172. 
John (1643-1702) 339. 
Mary (1762-....) 339. 
Philip 1st (....-....) 339. 
Philip (1732-1788) 339. 
Thomas (....-....) 339. 

PENNELL. 

Ann (....-....) 169. 
PENNINGTON. 

Sarah (Jennings) ( — - ) 

219. 

PERKINS. 

Abraham (1671-....) 136. 
David (1653-1736) 140. 
Hannah (1701-1745) 334. 
Isaac (1650-1726) 136, 137. 
John (1590-1654) 136, 149, 263. 
John (1614-1686) 136. 
Judith (1618-....) 149. 
Mary (1718-1756) 139. 
Mary (....-....) 300. 
Phoebe (1644-....) 263. 
Sarah (1711-....) 136. 
Thomas (1616-....) 263. 
Thomas (1688-1761) 140. 

PERLY. 

Ruth (1675-1738) 119. 

PERNE. 

Rachel (....-1677) 358. 

PERRY . 

Benjamin (....-1749) 124. 
Edward (....-1695) 124. 
Elizabeth R. (1762-1811) 123. 
Freeman (1733-1813) 123. 
Hannah (....-1809) 307. 

PETERS. 

Andrew (1636-1713) 295. 
Mary (1668-1753) 294, 295. 

PETTIS. 

Margaret (1740-1821) 114, 116. 
Peter (....-....) 114. 



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PETTY. 

Anna (....-1746) 153. 
PHELPS. 

Asahel (1775-1826) 249. 

Ebenezer, Sr. (1697-1769) 249. 

Ebenezer, Jr. (1740-1821) 249. 

Edmund J. (1845-....) 249. 

Hannah (....-....) 173. 

Joseph E. (1805-....) 249. 

Nathaniel (1627-1702) 249. 

Samuel (1651-1746) 173. 

Samuel, Jr. (1684-....) 173. 

■William (1599-1672) 249. 

William (1657-1745) 249. 

PHILBRICK. 

James (....-1674) 122. 
Joseph (1663-1775) 122. 
Sabina (1691-....) 122. 

PHILIPS, PHILLIPS. 

Ann (Coolidge) (....-....) 150. 
George M. (1845-....) 250. 
Johanna (....-1735) 288. 
Thomas G. (1822-....) 250. 

PICKETT. 

Hannah ( - ) 98. 

John (1648-....) 120. 
John (1685-....) 98. 
Mary (1677-1732) 119. 120. 

PIER. 

Caroline (1827-1859) 50. 
PIERCE (See Pearce). 

Heman (1768-1818) 109. 

Jacob (1724-1774) 109. 

James (1659-1742) 109. 

James (1690-1773) 109. 

James (1803-1874) 252, 394, 396. 

James O. (1836-....) 252, 394. 

Martha C. (1837-....) 104, 109. 

Samuel B. (1806-1895) 109. 

Thomas (1608-1683) 109. . 

PIERPONT. 

Abigail (1696-1768) 331. 
James (1659-1714) 331. 

PIERSON. 

Grace (1650-.. 



.) 44. 



PIKE. 

Charles E. (1816-1899) 253, 254. 

Francis W. (1855- ) 253. 

John (....-....) 194. 
John, Jr. (1762-....) 192. 
Lydia (1788-....) 192. 
Moses (1658-1742) 253. 

Oniesipherus ( - ) 194. 

Robert (1616-1706) 253. 
Timothy 0701-1768) 253. 
Timothy (1734-1818) 253. 
William (1775-1818) 253. 

PILLSBTJRT. 

Caleb (1717-1778) 255. 
Charles A. (1842-1899) 255. 
George A. (1816-1899) 255. 
John (1789-1856) 255. 
Micajah (1763-1802) 255. / 



PINCKNET. 

Rachel (....-....) 339. 
PINKHAM. 

Abigail (....-1852 )122. 
PIPER. 

Catherine (1734-1802) 228. 
PITKIN. 

Martha (1639-1713) 89. 
PLATER. 

Elizabeth (1744, 1750-1803, 1805) 
149, 150. 

George (....-1750) 149. 

PLATT, PLATTS. 

Hannah (1729-....) 214. 
John (....-....) 198. 
Mary (....-....) 45, 276, 356. 
Sarah (1687-....) 198. 

PLIMPTON. 

Caroline (....-....) 286. 
PLUMB. 

Dorcas (....-1725) 364. 

John (1594-1648) 364. 

PLUMMER. 

Ann (....-....) 131. 
Mary (....-1651) 130. 
Mary (1660-....) 145, 146. 
Samuel (1619-1702) 146. 

POLLY. 

George (....-1683) 35. 
John (1650-....) 35. 
Lucy (1722-....) 35. 
Matthew (1689-....) 35. 
Sarah (1650-1678) 156. 

POMEROY. 

Mindwell (Sheldon) (1666-1735) 

364. 
Minerva L. (1799-1859) 123. 

POND. 

Daniel (....-1698) 257. 
Enoch (1756-1807) 257. 
Enoch (1780-1856) 257. 
Enoch (1810-1892) 257. 
Bphraim (1656-1704) 257. 
George E. (1847-....) 256. 
Jacob, Sr. (1702-1764) 257. 
Jacob, Jr. 0730-1815) 257. 

POOLE. 

Alathea (1762-....) 178, 179. 
Samuel 3d (1736-1830) 178, 179. 

POOR, POORE. 

Henry (1650-1740) 284, 285. 

Mehitable (....- ) 171. 

Ruth (....-....) 294. 
Samuel (1706-1748) 284. 
Sarah (1741-....) 284. 

POPE. 

Susanna (1649-1675) 127, 181. 
Thomas (1608-1683) 127. 



536 



PORTER. 

Aaron (1752-1837) 118. 
Benjamin (1692-1781) 118. 

Elizabeth (....-1683 ) 53, 

378. 
Hannah (....-1677) 349, 350. 

Hannah ( -1722) 124. 

John (....-1647, 1648) 28, 349. 
John, Sr. (1596-1676) 118. 
John (1658-1753) 118, 119. 
Mary (....-....) 116. 
Moses (1719-1811) 118. 
Ruth (....-....) 261. 
Ruth (....-....) 38. 

Samuel ( -....) 118. 

Samuel (....-1689) 349. 
Sarah (1626-1696) 28, 393. 
Thomas ( - ) 38. 

POST. 

Joseph (1681-1749) 346. 
Mary (....-....) 346. 
Rebecca (1736-1817) 346. 
Sarah (1659-....) 94. 
Thomas (....-1701) 346. 

POTTER. 

Elizabeth (....-1687) 318. 
Mabel (1720-....) 375. 

POTTS. 

John (1710-1768) 71. 
John, Jr. (1766-....) 71. 
Martha (1740-1804) 70. 
Mary A. (....-....) 70. 

POULTER. 

Elizabeth (1633-1689) 71. 
POWELL.. 

Lyman T. (1873-....) 258. 

Oliver S. (1831-1888) 258, 261. 

William (1784-1865) 258. 

PRATT. 

Abial (....-....) 313, 337. 
Abigail (....-....) 131. 
Angelia R. (....-....) 79. 
Benajah (1654-....) 138. 
Daniel, Sr. (....-1690) 271. 
Daniel (1681-....) 101. 
Daniel, Jr. (....-1703) 271. 
Daniel (....-....) 114. 
Daniel (1715-....) 100. 
David (1688-....) 100. 
Deborah (....-....) 100. 
Elizabeth (1642-1730) 196. 
Elizabeth (1673-1714) 154. 

Elizabeth ( 1693-....) 166, 

268, 271. 
Ethan (1768-1849) 100. 
Hannah (....-....) 113. 
Joanna (1772-1857) 141. 
John (....-....) 138. 
John (....-1655) 271. 
John (1644-1726) 154 ,155. 165. 
Lydia W. (1809-1892) 261. 
Mary (1716-1790) 137. 
Mary (1743-1817) 55. 
Nathaniel (1701-1749) 142. 
Sally (1790-1861) 80. 
Samuel (1655-1705) 100. 
Samuel (1693-....) 138. 



Sarah (1680-....) 165. 
Sarah (1791-1872) 99. 
Seth (1729-1795) 142. 
William (1600-1678) 154, 165, 166. 
William (1622-1678) 99, 100, 195, 
196. 

PREBLE. 

Abraham (1603-1663) 118. 
Abraham (1673-1723) 118. 
Hannah (1697-....) 118. 
Nathaniel (1648-....) 118. 

PRENCE.. 

Mercy (1631-1711) 104, 216. 
Thomas (1600-1673) 104, 216. 

PRENTICE. 

Charles (1778-1838) 35, 36. 

Christopher (1726-1819) 36. 

Eliza (A.) (1812-1877) 33, 35 36. 

Esther (1660-....) 244 

John ( 1631-1691) 37, 244. 

John (1754-1833) 36. 

Phebe (Harris) (Crank) (..... 
....) 155. * 

Thomas (1621-1710) 54, 55. 

Valentine (1680-....) 37. 

(....-....) 54. 

PRESCOTT. 

John (1604-1681) 45, 276, 356. 

Mary ( 1630-....) 45, 276 

356. 

PRESSEY. 

Hannah 0668-....) 52 
John (1639-1707) 53. 

PRESTON. 

Gardner, St. (1749-1834) 361. 
Gardner, Jr. (1798-1876) 361, 366 
Hockaliah (1643-1692) 33 
John, Sr. (....-....) 362. 
John, Jr. (1686-1728) 361. 
Jonathan (1720-1792) 361. 
Ruth (....-....) 8i, 82, 83. 
Sarah (1711-1760) 31. 
William (....-1754) 33. 
PRICE. 

Elizabeth (1642-.. ) 127 
Walter (1620-1674) 127. 

PRICHARD. 

Alice (....-....) 206. 
PROCTOR. 

Hannah (1778-1863) 40. 

Leonard (1734-1827) 40. 

Rachel (1725-....) 293. 

Sarah ( — -....) 223. 

PURDT. 

Isaac (....- ) 158. 

Lydlla (1808-1873) 158. 

PUTNAM. 

Ann ( 1645-1676) 62, 262. 

Anna (1850-....) 306. 
Edward (1654-1747) 61, 261. 



537 



Elisha (1685-1745) 261. 
Eunice (1732-....) 261. 
Isaac (1698-1757) 61. 
Mary (1818-....) 60, 61. 
Micah (1754-....) 61. 
Nathaniel (1730-1813) 61. 
Nathaniel (1786-1876) 61. 
Thomas (1615-1686) 61, 62, 261. 

PYNCHON. 

Mary (....-1657) 332. 
William (1590-1662) 332. 

QUACKENBOS. 

Neiltje (1697-1789) 112. 
QUARDES. 

Sarah (....-....) 273. 
QUAY. 

Anderson B. ( ) 264. 

Andrew G. C. (1866-....) 264. 

Joseph ( - ) 264. 

Matthew S. ( - )264. 

RANDALL. 

Mary (1745-1777) 141. 
Samuel (1709-1782) 141. 
Thomas 1st (....-1711) 142. 
Thomas 2d (1673-1752) 142. 

RANDE(LL. 

Eliza A. (1846-....) 225, 227. 
William (....-....) 227. 

RANKIN. 

Mary (1674-1753) 50. 
RANNEY. 

Chloe (1753-1831) 302. 

Mary (1665-1734) 376. 

RANSOM. 

Hannah ( - ) 85. 

RAPALJE, RAPALIE. 

Daniel (1650-1725) 227. 

Joris J. de (....-....) 227. 

RAPELJE. 

Jane (1707-1781) 227. 
Joris (1675-1741) 227. 

RATHBONE. 

Emma (1797-....) 267. 
John (1658-1723) 269. 
John 0729-1826) 269. 
John (1751-1843) 269. 
Joshua (1696-1779) 269. 

RAWLINS. 

Joanna (....-1656) 131. 
Thomas (....-....) 132. 

RAWSON. 

Edward (1615-1693) 358. 
Perne (1646-....) 358. 

RAYMOND. 

Elizabeth (Smith) (1645-....) 

95. 
Elizabeth (....-1759) 123. 



READ (see Reed). 
Bethla (....-1717) 34. 
John, Sr. (1598-1685) 342, 344. 
John, Jr. (1640-1676) 342, 344. 
Martha (1715-....) 340, 343. 
Thomas (1672-1748) 342. 

REDFIELD. 

Lydia (1636-....) 384. 
REED (see Read). 

Abigail (....-....) 127. 
Abigail (1678-1759) 46. 
Esther (....-....) 274. 
Israel (1642-1711) 46. 
Mary (....-1738) 225. 
Mary (1723-1798) 52. 

REEVES. 
Mary (. 



-1675) 50 



REM SEN. 

Adrlanna (....-1812) 227. 

REYNER. 

Anne (1632-1704) 87. 
John (....-....) 87. 

REYNOLDS. 

Lydia (1748-....) 55. 
Samuel (1720-1810) 56. 

RHODES. 

Charles R. (1819-1887) 265, 267. 
Dudley W.. (1792-1840) 267. 
Dudley W. (1849-....) 265. 
Rebecca (....-1727) 67. 
Simon (1760-1844) 267. 
Zachariah (1603-1665) 67. 

RHUDB. 

Mehltable (....-....) 306. 

RICE. 

David (1659-1723) 360. 
Edmund (1594-1663) 190, 272, 357. 
Elizabeth (1689-....) 360. 
Hannah (1658-1749) 274. 
Henry (1617-1710) 360. 
Joseph (1637-....) 190, 191. 
Mary (1656-1733) 272, 357. 
Mary (1674-....) 190. 
Rachel (1664-....) 55. 
Thomas (....-1681) 272, 273, 357. 

RICH. 

Olive (1775-1825) 206. 
RICHARDS. 

Alice (....-1661, 1671) 195, 201, 
208 221 

Benjamin (1714-1755) 3C9. 

Mary ( 1630-1659) 57, 255, 

385, 497. 

Mary (1753-1815) 369. 

Thomas (....-1651 ) 58, 195. 

RICHARDSON. 

Dorothy (1724-1790) 54. 
Eleanor (1714-1785) 45. 
Esther (1645-1736) 287. 



538 



Ezekiel (....-1647) 212. 
Francis A.. (1832, 1836-1889) 269, 

271, 274, 279. 
James (1676-1722) 271, 272. 
James (1730-1808) 271, 272. 
James (1794-1861) 271, 274. 
Joseph (1643-1718) 176. 
Manasseh (1766-1826) 271. 
Mary (1668-1748) 175. 
Nathaniel (1651-1714) 271. 
Nathaniel (1673-1728) 46. 
Phoebe (1632-1716) 212. 
Rebecca (1679-1748) 56. 
Ruth (....-....) 262. 
William (1699-1770) 271, 272. 
"William E. (1861-....) 269. 

RICKARDS. 

John (....-....) 130. 
Mary (1654-1727) 129. 

RIDER. 

Harriet (1801-1882) 39. 
John (1739-1820) 39. 
Timothy (1765-....) 39. 

RIDGWAY. 

Hannah (1805-1893) 306. 
RIGGS. 

Elizabeth (1668-1744) 48. 

Samuel (....-1734) 48. 

RIKER. 

Grace (1729-1771) 227. 

RILEY. 

Elizabeth (1775-1847) 186. 
Grace ( -....) 220. 

RINDGE. , 

Jane V. ( - ) 77. 

Jotham (....- ) 77. 

RING . 

Susan(na) (....-....) 107, 217. 

RIPLEY. 

Alice (1683-1768) 221. 
Hannah (1708-1751) 221. 
Jeremiah (1662-1737) 221. 
John (....-1684) 224. 
Joshua (1658-1739) 221, 222. 

ROBERTS. 

Ann (....-....) 122. 
Hester (....-....) 304. 
Thomas (....-1674) 304. 
Thomas ( -....) 122. 

ROBERTSON. 

Kenneth (1847-....) 393. 
Richard S. (1821-1886) 393. 
William B. (....-....) 393. 

ROBINSON. 

David (1754-....) 281. 
Frederick W. (1824-....) 281. 
Heman (1787-1837) 281. 
Lewis A. (1856-....) 281. 
Louisa K. (1827-....) 281. 
Mary (1752-1824) 177. 
Samuel, Sr. (1680-1724) 281. 
Samuel, Jr. (1705-1767) 281. 



ROBY. 

Joseph (1693-....) 293. 
Joseph (1724-1803) 293. 
Rachel (....-....) 293. 
Thomas (....-....) 293. 
William (1648-....) 293, 294. 

ROCKETT. 

Hannah ( - — ) 145. 

Josiah (....-....) 145. 

ROCKWELL. 

Benjamin (1700-....) 47. 
Caroline (1807, 1809-1863) 179, 

391 
Joseph (1670-1733) 47. 
Julia (1808-1887) 45. 
Mary (1662-1701) 188. 
Nathan (1776-1837) 45. 
Samuel (1727-1794) 47. 

RODHAM. 

Eliza (....-....) 150. 
ROGERS. 

Ezekiel (....-1674) 93. 

Ezekiel, Jr. (1667-1707) 93. 

Fanny (1766-1863) 88. 

John, Sr. (1611-1686) 72.' 

John (1641-1716) 233. 

John, Jr. (1641-1695) 72. 

John, Jr. (1668-1727) 230, 233. 

Lydla (1760-1798) 229, 237. 

Mary (....-....) 93. 

Mary (1628-1685) 208. 

Mary (1668-1716) 72. 

Theophilus (1699-1753) 93." 

William (1709-1772) 230, 233. 

Zabdiel (1737-1808) 91, 92, 93. 

'ROMBOUT. 

Francois( ....-1691) 303. 
Katherine (1687-1764) 303 

ROOSA. 

Jannetje ( — - — ) 113. 

ROOT. 

Phoebe (1754-1786) 31. 
ROSECRANS. 

Caroline M. (1805-1889) 313, 316 
318, 319, 320. 

Depui (....-1807) 319. 

ROSSITER. 

Bryan (....-1672) 37. 
Edward (....-1630) 37, 252. 
Joan (1615-1685) 252. 
Susannah (3653-1710) 37. 

ROWZIE. 

Sally (....-....) 393. 

ROYCE. 

Elizabeth (1689-1755) 374, 380. 

Nathaniel (1639-1736) 374. 

Rachel (1753-1802) 378. 

Reuben (1713-....) 379. 
RUGG. 

Abigail (1699-....) 47. 
RUGGLES. 

Samuel (1629-1692) 39. 



539 



Samuel (1858-1715) 39. 
Samuel (1715-1802) 39. 
Sarah (1739-1829) 39. 
Timothy (1685-1768) 39. 

RUNDELL. 

Amy (....-....) 203. 
RUSSELL. 

Charles J. (1813-1893) 283. 

Daniel (1646-....) 207. 

George (1595-1694) 126. 

Hubbard (1687-....) 372. 

Mabel (1677-1730) 207. 

Mary (1641-1691) 125, 126, 387, 
388 

Mary (1702-1772) 371. 

Mehitabel (1704-1784) 377. 

Moor (1757-1851) 283. 

Noadiah 0659-....) 377. 

Peletiah 0727-1757) 283. 

Stevens G. (1861-....) 283. 

RUST. 

Alony (1766-1857) 285. 
Alony (1818-1874) 285. 
Alony J. (1854-....) 285. 
Amasa (1792-1859) 285. 
Daniel (1711-....) 285. 
Elisha (1740-....) 285. 
Israel (1643-1712) 285. 
Jonathan (1681-1774) 285. 

RUTTER. 

David (1766-1817) 70. 
Martha (1804-1878) 70. 

Thomas 1st ( - ) 70. 

Thomas 2d (....-1734) 70. 
Thomas 3d 0731-1795) 70. 

RUTTY. 

Joanna (....-1689) 375. 
ST. JOHN. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 289. 

Matthew (1695-1732) 290. 

Matthias (1662-....) 290. 

Mercy (....-....) 198. 

Susanna ( - ) 119. 

SABIN. 

Benjamin (1644- ) 156. 

Ebenezer (1671-1739) 156. 
Hannah (1654-1730) 206. 
John (1666-1742) 133, 134. 
Judith (1690-1751) 133. 
Mehitabel (1673-1750) 342. 
Susanna (1704-1735) 156. 
William (....-1687)134, 156, 206, 
342, 344. 

SACKETT. 

Joseph (1656-1719) 225. 
Sarah (1689-1760) 225, 497. 

SAFPORD. 

Delia M. (1831-....) 370, 371. 

SAMPSON. 

Abraham 1st (....-1686) 131. 
Abraham 2d (1658-1727) 130. 
Abraham 3d (1686-....) 130. 

Esther (Delano) ( - ) 

139. 



Henry (....-1684) 131. 
James (1650-....) 131. 
Joseph (....-....) 131. 
Penelope (....-....) 130. 
Penelope (1761-....) 130, 132. 
Stephen (1722-....) 130. 

SANBORN. 

John (1620-1692) 121. 
Mary (1720-1796) 121. 
Richard (1655-....) 121. 
Shubael (1694-1759) 121. 

SANDERS (see Saunders). 
Sarah (....-1679) 253. 

SANDERSON. 

John (1677-....) 194. 
Jonathan (1646-1735) 194. 
Mary (1701-....) 194. 

SAN'FORD. 

Elizabeth (1680-1762) 229, 237, 

240 241. 
John (..'..-1653) 230, 231, 240. 
Joseph (1698-1765) 233. 

Mary ( ) (....-....) 375. 

Peleg (1639-1701) 229, 230, 237, 

240. 
Sarah (1723-1776) 230, 233. 

SARGENT. 

Elizabeth (1648-1737) 149. 
Sarah (1763-1830) 255. 
William (....-1674) 149.. 

SAUNDERS (see Sanders). 

Elizabeth ( 1674, 1589-1655) 

40, 89, 232, 300. 

SAVAGE. 

Abigail (1803-1875) 376, 378. 
Asahel (1769-1850) 376. 
Elisha (1728-1807) 376. 
Elizabeth (1655-1742) 353. 
John (1652-1726) 376. 
Ruth (....-....) 71. 
Sarah (1700-1782) 376. 
William (1668-1726) 376. 
William (1699-1774) 376. 

SAWYER. 

Hannah (1689-....) 45. 
Joshua (1655-1738) 45. 
Mary (1653-....) 276, 356. 
Sarah (White) O680-....) 272. 
Thomas (1616-1706) 45, 276, 356. 

SAXTON. 

Joseph (1656-1715) 163. 
Mary (1681-1750) 163. 

SAYRE. 

Daniel (1666-1748) 74. 
Elizabeth (1753-1835) 204. 
Isaac 1st (....-1725)74. 
Isaac 2d (1724-....) 74. 
Nancy (1757-1828) 74. 

SCHENCK. 

Abraham (1720-1790) 303, 304. 
Henry (1743-1799) 303. 
Peter H. (1779-1852) 303. 
Sarah A. (1806-1868) 303. 



540 



SCHLY. 

Jane (1676-1756) 383. 
SCHUYLER (see VanSchuyler). 

Gertrude (1694-1744) 110. 

Peter (1657-1724) 110. 

SCOTT. 

Eber (1747-1796) 55. 
Jonathan (1666-1745) 55. 
Jonathan (1696-1758) 55. 
Lydia (1789-1863) 55. 
Sarah (....-1661) 258. 
Sarah 0663-1751) 319. 

9COTTO. 

Mehitable (1648, 1649-1712) 107, 
217. 

SCOTTOW. 

Joshua (1615-1698) 254. 
Mary (1656-1721) 254. 

SCRIPTURE. 

Mary (1679-1761) 172. 
Samuel (....-....) 173. 

SCRIVENER. 

Sarah (....-....) 204. 
SCUDDER. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 374. 

(....-....) 159. 

SEABROOKE. 

Emma ( - ) 33. 

SEABURY. 

Channing (1842-....) 286. 

Iehabod (1734-1788) 217, 286. 

John (1790-....) 286. 

Joseph (1678-1755) 217, 286. 

Joseph (1762-1800) 286. 

Samuel (1640-1681) 217, 286. 

Sarah (1760-1835) 216. 

SEARLE. 

Elizabeth (1712-1779) 284, 
SEARS. 

Bertha (1662-1724) 107. 
Deborah (1639-1732) 108, 280. 
Edmund (1712-1796) 104, 218. 
John (1678-1738) 109, 217. 
Joshua (1697-1754) 290. 

Mary ( 1708-1791) 108, 217. 

Paul (1637, 1638-1707, 1708) 105, 

106, 290. 
Paul (1669-1740) 104, 218. 
Phoebe (1733-....) 290. 
Polly (....-....) 249. 
Richard (.,.., 1590-1676) 105, 

280, 290. 
Samuel (1664-1742) 290, 291. 
Temperance (1764-1859) 104, 217. 

SEDGWICK. 

Benjamin (1716-1757) 286. 
Bbenezer (1695-1759) 250. 
Henry D. Sr. (1785-1831) 286. 
Henry D., Jr. (1824-....) 286. 
Mary (1726-....) 250. 
Robert (1600-1656) 250, 286. 



Samuel (1667-1735) 250, 251, 286. 
Sarah (....-....) 207. 
Theodore (1746-1813) 286. 
Theodore (1863-....) 286. 
William (1633, 1643-....) 250, 
286. 

SEELY. 

Eliphalet (1701-....) 204. 
Eliphalet, Jr. (1730-....) 204. 
Harriet (1792-1884) 203. 
Jonas (1752-1814) 204. 

SELDEN. 

Joseph (1651-1724) 165. 
Mary (1761-1800) 163. 
Samuel (1695-1745) 165. 
Samuel (1723-1776, 1777) 164, 165. 

SEXTON. 
'Mary (. 



1719-1814) 53, 378. 



-1836) 53. 



SEYMOUR. 

Mary (....-....) 261. 

SHALER. 

Abel (1676-....) 335. 
Bbenezer (1725-1761) 335. 
Judith (1751-1832) 335. 
Thomas (....-1692) 335. 

SHARPS. 

Mary ( - ) 171. 

SHATTUCK. 
Caroline (. 

SHAW. 

Benjamin (1611-1717) 287. 
Bethia (1696-1787) 93. 
Comfort (1709-1785) 394. 
Edward, Sr. (1687-1764) 287. 
Edward, Jr. (1724-1787) 287. 
Edward (1811-1872) 287. 
Elizabeth (....-....) 198. 
Hannah (1661-1713) 100. 
Israel (1660-....) 396. 
Jeremiah, Sr. (1747-1834) 287. 
Jeremiah, Jr.( (1778-1854) 287. 
Oliver W. (1834-....) 287. 
Roger (....-1661) 287. 

SHEAFE. 

Margaret (....-1682) 44. 
SHED. 

Daniel, Sr. (....-1708) 72. 

M<ary (1648-1688) 72. 

SHELDON. 

Isaac (1656-1712) 166, 268, 271. 

Isaac (1686, 1688-....) 166, 268, 
271. 

Joseph (1729-1814) 166. 

Lucy (1765-1855) 269. 

Mary (....-1735) 298. 

Mary (1767-1835) 166. 

Mary (....-....) 322. 

Mindwell (1666-1735) 364. 

Sarah (1721-1796) 267, 269. 
SHEFARD (see Shepherd). 

Abigail (....-1661) 257. 

Susanna (....-1798) 133. 



541 



SHEPARDSON. 

Joanna ( - ) 224. 

SHEPHERD( see Shepard). 

Hannah (1785-1854) 253. 
SHERMAN. 

Alice (1719-1801) 39. 

Daniel (1669-1741) 29. 

Elizabeth (1684-1747) 36. 

Esther (....-1665) 339. 

John (1651-1730) 36, 37. 

Rebecca 0703-1789) 28. 

Rhoda (1773-1839) 335. 

Samuel (1618-1684, 1700) 29, 36. 

Samuel (1641-1719) 29. 

SHORT. 

Rebecca ( -....) 94. 

SHORTER. 

Hannah ( -....) 79. 

SHOWERS. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 220). 
SHRIMPTON. 

Mary ( - ) 55. 

SHUTS. 

Mary (....-....) 120. 
SIBLET. 

Dorcas (1736-1841) 263. 

John (1711-....) 263. 

SIKES. 

Abigail (1703-....) 363. 
Nathaniel (1673-....) 363. 

SILL. 

Joseph (1639-1696) 319. 
Joseph (1678-....) 319. 
Sarah (1728-1814) 319. 

SILLOWAY. 

Mollie O. (....-....) 147. 
SILLSBEE. 

Mary (....-1695) 263. 

SIMES. 

Anna (1727-1793) 238. 

SIMMONS. 

Aaron (1672-1757) 138. 
Bryant (....-....) 177. 
David (1716-....) 138. 
John (....-1715) 394. 
John (1704-1774) 394. 

Mary ( - ) 47, 177. 

Mary W. (1822-1875) 177. 
Moses Sr. (....-....) 395. 
Moses 1st (....-1689) 138, 395. 
Moses 2d (....-....) 138. 
Moses 3d (1740-....) 138. 
Salome (1770-1851) 137. 
Sarah (1730-1785) 252, 394. 
William (1672-1765) 394. 

SIMONDS. 

Benjamin (1726-1807) 287, 288. 
Rachel (1753-1802) 287. 



SIMONS. 

Mary (....-....) 309. 
SIMPSON. 

Jonathan (1640-1705) 386. 

Wait (1685-1753) 386, 388. 

SKEEL. 

John (....-....) 101. 
Mabel (1770-1845) 100. 

SKELTON. 

Samuel (1584-1634) 263. 
Susanna ( -....) 263. 

SKIFF. 

James (....-1688) 50. 
Mary (1650-1690) 50. 
Mary 0671-1711) 255. 

SKINNER. 

Benjamin (....-1828) 287. 
Elizabeth (1669-....) 222. 
George E. (1825-1895) 287. 
James H. (1858-....) 287. 
Magdalen (....-....) 228. 
Samuel (1794-1852) 287. 
Sarah C. (1796-1844) 265. 

SLADE. 

Elizabeth (....-1671, ....) ?!0, 
317. 

SLOAN. 

Sarah (....-....) 60. 
SLOCOMB. 

Esther (1733-1769) 340, 341. 

Simon, Sr. (....-....) 340, 344. 

Simon 2d (1705-....) 340, 341, 
344. 

SLOCUM. 

Alice (1724-1756) 41. 
Holder (1697-....) 43. 

SMALL. 

Mary (1605-1679) 67. 

SMART. 

Burleigh (1795-1852) 335. 
Martha A (1825-1855) 335, 337. 

SMEDLEY. 

Sarah (1694-1789) 169. 

SMITH. 

Abigail (....-....) 259, 260. 
Abigail (Pinkham) (....-1852) 

122 
Amanda (1805-1878) 361, 366. 
Archibald M. C. (1807-1852) 289 
Betsey (1769-1847) 33. 
Charles E. (1843-....) 288. 
Chileab (1635-1731) 361, 362. 
Deborah (1766-1846) 255. 
Dorcas (1771-1842) 170, 391. 
Ebenezer (1668-1716) 368. 
Ebenezer (....-1750) 35. 
Ebenezer (1746-1816) 34, 35. 
Edward ....-1675) 298. 
Edward B. (1837-. . . .) 289. 
Elizabeth (1627-....) 355. 
Elizabeth (....-....) 74. 



542 



Elizabeth (1645-....) 95. 
Elizabeth (....-....) 134. 
Elizabeth (1743-1782) 347, 349. 
Esther (1710-1795) 350. 
Eunice (1735-1822) 368. 
Franklin R. (1809-1892) 288. 
Ichabod 0676-1746) 348. 
Jerusha (1711-1810) 345. 

Joanna (1686- ) 360, 361. 

John (Quartermaster) ( - 

....) 157, 322. 
John (....-1676) 351. 
John (....-1682) 68. 
John (1661-1727) 361. 
John (1699-1774) 368. 
Joseph (1671-1752) 350. 
Lucy (....-1687) 277. 
Lucy (1735-....) 221. 
Luke (1666-....) 361, 362. 
Lydia 1699-1786) 354. 
Martha (....-....) 349. 
Mary (1630-1668) 364. 
Mary (1630-1703) 385. 
Mary (1733-1818) 353. 
Mary (....-....) 361. 
Mary (....-....) 75. 
Mary (....-....) 169. 
Meribah (....-....) 121. 
Moses (1706-1781) 347. 
Nathan (1731-1811) 368. 
Nehemiah (1605-1686) 95. 
Peggy (....-1800) 257. 
Philip (1633-1685) 348, 361. 
Samuel (1602-1680) 351. 
Samuel (....-1680) 361. 
Samuel (1664-1725) 38, 261. 
Samuel (1688-....) 255. 
Samuel (1699-1763) 354. 
Samuel (1775-1869) 366. 
Sarah (1629-1713) 298. 
Sarah (....-1725) 68. 
Sarah (1690-1772) 38, 258. 
Sarah (....-....) 65. 
Stephen (1739-1806) 255. 
Waitstill (1659-1747) 157, 322. 
William (....-1670 ) 38, 261. 

SNOW. 

Anthony (....-....) 158. 
Benjamin (....-1743) 142. 
Loring (1794-1866) 302. 
Malvina M. (1817-....) 302. 
Mary (....-1704) 100. 
Melatiah (1638-1693) 157. 
Meletiah (1638-1693) 341. 
Nicholas (....-1671) 100. 
Sarah (1706-1743) 142. 
Sarah (....-....) 158. 
William (1624-1708) 142, 143. 

SOMERBY. 

Abigail (1670-....) 213. 
Henry (1610-1652) 283. 
Judith (Greenleaf) (1625-1705) 

212 
Sarah (1645-1742) 283. 

SOULE. 

George (....-1680) 85, 139. 
John (1632-1707) 85, 139. 
Rachel (....-1727) 139. 
Rebecca (....-1732) 85. 



SOUTHGATE. 

Sarah (....-1742) 313. 
SOUTHWELL. 

Hannah (1698-....) 310. 

William (....-....) 310. 

SOUTHWORTH. 

Alice ( 1590-1623, 1670, 1675) 

187, 195, 201, 449, 450. 
Constant (...., 1614-1679 ) 

108, 109, 217. 
Mary (....-....) 109. 
Mercy (....-....) 217. 

SPARROW. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 109, 217. 

Jonathan (...., 1630-1706 ) 

105, 217, 218. 
Rebecca (1655-1740, 1741) 104, 

218 
Richard (....-1660) 105. 

SPAULDING. 

Dinah (....-1771) 33. 
Eunice (1685-1726) 199. 

SPENCER. 

Abba (1790-1839) 305. 
Alice (....-....) 335. 
Clarissa N. (....-1854) 345, 347, 

349 350. 
Grace (1677-1714) 356. 
Henrietta (1809-1840) 124. 
Jared (....-1683, 1685) 335, 356. 
John (....-1682) 356. 
William P. (....-1855) 347, 349, 

350. 

SPOTSWOOD. 

Alexander (....-....) 393. 
Ann (1790-1869) 393. 
John, Sr. (....-....) 393. 
John (....-....) 393. 

SPRAGUE. 

Anthony (1636-1719) 197. 
Dolly (1769-....) 84. 
Edward (1663-....) 86. 
Jeremiah (1682-1759) 197. 
John (1629-1692) 86. 

Jonathan (1739- ) 86. 

Priscilla (1713-....) 197. 

Ralph ( 1603-1650) 86, 386. 

Samuel (1632-1696) 386. 
William (1695-1747) 86. 
Winnifred (1673-1752) 386. 

SQUIRES. 

Anthony ( -....) 290. 

George C. (1852-....) 289. 
James (1782-1842) 289, 290. 
Selah 1st (....-....) 290. 
Selah 2d (1824-1867) 289, 290. 

STANBROUGH. 

Hannah (1679- ) 308. 

STANDISH. 

Alexander ( -....) 130. 

Eunice (1698-....) 378. 

Josiah (1634-1690) 199. 



M3 



IiOrah (....-....) 130. 
Mehltabel (....-....) 199. 
Miles (1584-1650) 130, 199, 466. 
Mites (....-1728) 199. 

STANLEY, STANDLEY. 
Christopher (1603-1646) 351. 
Elizabeth (....-1678) 38, 361. 
Hannah (....-1708) 349. 
Jacob (....-....) 144. 
John (1634-1706) 38, 258. 
John (1647-1729) 38, 258, 259. 
Lucy (1764-....) 258. 
Mary (1722-1815) 38. 
Mary (....-....) 204, 351. 
Nathaniel (1679-1770) 38, 258. 
Rebecca (1715-1799) 143. 
Ruth (1629-1696) 259. 
Thomas (....-1663) 349. 
"William (1729-1816) 258. 

STANTON. 

Daniel (....-....) 54. 
Dorothy (1651-1743) 229, 230, 

241, 333. 
John (1732-1814) 54. 
Joseph (1646-....) 54. 
Prudence 0755-1852) 54. 
Thomas (1615, 1616-1676) 54, 229, 
241. 

STANWOOD. 

David (1721-1752) 52, 53. 
Ebenezer (1695-1772) 52. 
Martha (1790-1847) 50. 
Philip (....-1672) 52. 
Samuel (1658-1726) 52. 
William 1752-1829) 52. 

STAPLES. 

Abigail (....-....) 79. 
START. 

Charles M. (1839-....) 292. 

George (1748-1824) 292. 

Moses (1770-1854) 292. 

Simeon G. (1805-1893) 292. 

STEARNS. 

Benjamin, Sr. (....-1761) 295. 

Benjamin, Jr. (1754- ) 295, 

296 
Isaac (1633-1676) 127. 
Isaac (1661-1739) 73. 
John <1631-1668) 73. 
John (1654-1728) 75, 76. 
John (1677-1729) 295. 
Josiah (1747-1822) 127. 
Mary (1684-1743) 75. 
Mary (1776-1866) 125. 
Miriam (1705-1747) 72. 
Samuel (1638-1683) 295. 
Samuel (1678-1721) 127. 
Sarah 0635-1700) 312. 
Shua (....-.:..) 294. 
Thomas (1710-....) 127. 

STEBBINGS. 

John( 1711-1756) 312, 313. 
Sarah (1732-1806) 313. 

STBBBINS. 

Abigail (1660-1748) 249. 



Benjamin (1676-1748) 358, 497. 
Elizabeth (1685-....) 366. 
John (1626-1679) 310, 366. 
Joseph (1652-1726) 497. 
Mary (1713-1798) 358, 359. 
Sarah (1668-....) 310. 
Thomas (1620-1683) 358, 497. 
Thomas (1662-1712) 366. 

STEELE. 

James (1662-1713) 29, 31. 
John (....-1664, 1665) 31, 188, 

189, 289, 358, 359. 
Lydia (....-....) 359. 
Mary (1639-1718) 188, 289. 
Prudence (1693-....) 29. 
Samuel (1626-1685) 30, 31. 

STEPHENS. 

Judith (1670-....) 49. 
STEVENS. 

Abigail (....-1757) 284. 

Abigail (....-....) 285. 

Ddonls (....-....) 116, 174, 212. 

Elizabeth (1703-1744) 207. 

Hannah (1682-1757) 66. 

John 1st (1606-1662) 294. 

John 2d (1639-1689) 294. 

John 3d (1663-1728) 294. 

John 4th (1690-....) 294. 

John (1823-1881) 293, 294. 

John W. (1856-....) 293. 

Jonathan, Sr. (1750-....) 294. 

Jonathan, Jr. (1790-1836) 294. 

Mary (1677-....) 155. 

Samuel (1656-1712) 208 . 

STEVENSON. 

Abigail (....-....) 226. 
Ann (1704-1734) 218. 
Anne (1596-1673) 93. 
Thomas 2d (1648-....) 219. 
Thomas 3d (1673-1719) 219. 

STEWART. 

Daniel (1811-1897 ) 296, 297. 

Jeremiah C. (1854-....) 296. 
John (1751-1803) 75. 
Sarah E. 0838-....) 71, 75. 
Thomas (1795-1877) 75. 

STILES. 

Ephraim (1645-1714) 246. 

Hannah ( - ) 185. 

Sarah (1693-....) 246. 

STOCKTON. 

Israel F. (1778-1859) 153, 497. 
Job (....-1732) 153. 
Joseph (....-1741) 153. 
Nancy (1828-....) 153. 
Prudence (....-....) 61, 261, 333 
Richard (1606-1707) 153. 
Richard (1739-1814) 153. 
Sarah (1745-1813) 153. 

STONE. 

David (1672-1750) 190. 
Ellas, Sr. (....-1734) 301. 
EHas, Jr. (1687-....) 301. 
Elizabeth (....-....) 250, 286. 
Eunice (1722-1782) 312. 



544 



Gregory (1592-1672) 73. 
Isaac (1697-1776) 312. 
Jacob 1st (1764-1831) 299, 301. 
Jacob 2d (1805-1875) 299, 301. 
Jacob (1845-....) 299. 
John (1725-....) 301. 
Joseph (1671-1703) 312. 
Mary (1715-....) 189, 190. 
Mary (....-....) 179. 
Mary A (....-....) 182. 
Rebecca (....-1694, 1709) 349. 

360. 
Samuel (1602-1662, 1663) 250, 349, 

360 
Samuel (1635-1715) 312. 

Sarah ( -....) 356. 

Sarah (1633-1704) 73. 
Simon, Jr. (1631-1708) 190. 

STOW. 

Dorothy (....-....) 302. 
Elizabeth (....-1684) 102. 
John (1595-1643) 101, 102. 
Thomas (1617-1684) 102. 

STRATTON. 

Elizabeth (1594-1674) 95, 243. 

Hannah ( - ) 194. 

Margaret ( - ) 370. 

STRINGER. 

Edward C. (1852-....) 302. 
William (1311-1882) 302. 

STRONG. 

Eleanor (....-1696) 321. 

Experience (1650- ) 377. 

John (1605-1699) 347, 377. 
Sarah (1656-1733) 347. 

STRTCKER. 

Jan (1615-1697) 226, 227. 
Jannetie (....-....) 227. 

STURTEVANT. 

Caleb (1720-1795) 128, 129. 
James (....-1756) 128. 
Josiah (1690-....) 85, 87, 191. 
Josiah (1720-....) 84. 
Priscilla (....-....) 84. 
Samuel (1622-....) 191. 
Samuel, Jr. (1654-1736) 191. 
Samuel (....-....) 87. 
Sarah (....-....) 127. 
Vashti (1756-....) 191. 
Zadock (1724-....) 191. 

SUMNER. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 266. 
Roger (1632-1698) 327. 
Samuel (1659-....) 327, 328. 
Waitstill (....-....) 326. 
William (1605-1688) 327. 

SUTTON. 

Margaret ( 1635-1700) 178, 

, (....-1716) 396. 

SWAINB. 

Elizabeth (1684-....) 75. 
Jane (....-....) 74. 
Jeremiah (1643-1710) 75. 



SWAN. 

Ann (....-....) 172. 

Richard (....-1678, ....) 135, 

172. 
Sarah (....-1718) 135. 

SWEATMAN. 

Jane S. (1801-1841) 148. 

SWEETMAN. 

Elizabeth (1647-....) 282. 
SWBETSER. 

Mary (....-....) 173. 

SWETT. 

Abigail (1774-1858) 145. 
Benjamin (1688-....) 145. 
Eliphalet (1715-....) 145. 
John (1648-1670) 145, 146. 
Mary (1671-1734) 146. 
Stephen (1620-....) 145. 

SWODELL. 

Mary (....-....) 263. 
TABER. 

Lydia (1640-1720) 235. 

Philip (1605-1672) 234. 

TALBERT. 

Rachel (....-....) 392, 497. 
TALCOTT. 

Hannah (1665-1741) 332, 333, 334. 

Hezekiah (1686-1764) 1QB. 

John (1600-1660) 334. 

John (....-1688) 102, 472. 

Mary (1723-1793) 102. 

Samuel (1635-1691) 332, 334. 

TALLMAN. 

Elizabeth (....-1701) 42, 43, 230. 
Peter (....-1708) 42, 43, 230, 396. 
(....-....) 396. 

TAPP. 

Mary (....-....) 115. 

TAPP AN. 

Sarah (....- ) 300. 

TARBOX. 

Hannah ( - ) 148. 

TAYLOR. 

Abigail (1720-1807) 811. 
Abigail (1758-1826) 252, 394, 396. 

Anna (....- ) 295. 

Anne (1696-1748) 153. 
Edward (1642-1729) 153. 
Elizabeth (....-....) 49. 
Gideon (1729-1790) 252, 396. 
Joanna (1665-....) 365. 
John (....-1704) 102, 103, 365. 
Margaret L. (....-1682) 235. 
Mary (....-....) 285. 
Oscar (1822-....) 302. 
Oscar L. (1858-....) 302. 
Rhoda (1669-1759) 103. 
William (1692-1775) 311. 

TBDDBMAN. 

Alice (1659-1734) 43. 



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TELLER. 

Helena (1645-....) 303. 
William (1620-1701) 303. 

TEN BROECK. 

Maria (1674-1717) 113. 
TEN EYCKE. 

Coenraet ( -....) US. 

Grietje (....-....) 113. 

Matthew (1658-....) 113. 

TERRILL. 

Betsey (1728-1S05) 36. 
Roger (1691-1769) 86. 

TERRY. 

Abigail (1646-....) 322. 
Elizabeth (1729-1804) 384. 
Hannah (1684-....) 60. 
Samuel (1661-1730) 60. 

THACHER, THATCHER. 
Anthony (1590-1667) 291. 
Desire (1688-1722) 255. 
Dorothy (....-1679) 105, 290. 
John (1639-1713) 291, 292. 
Josiah (1667-1702) 291, 292. 
Mary (....-....) 290. 

THAXTER. 

Samuel (1641-1725) 328. 
Sarah (1668-....) 328. 

THAYER. 

Abigail (1713-1765) 369. 
Caroline (1828-....) 157. 
Ephraim (1669-1757) 369. - 

THOMAS. 

Angeline W. (1830-1900) 55. 
Deborah ( 1692-....) 84, 

126. 
Minor (1770-1830) 55. 
Nathaniel (1606, 1610-1674) 84, 

126. 
Nathaniel, Jr. (1643-1718) 84, 

85, 126, 127. 
"William (1573, 1574-1651) 84, 126. 

THOMPSON, THOMSON. 
Ann (....-....) 286. 
Catherine (1730-1768) 174. 
Dorothy (....-....) 95, 245. 
Elizabeth (....-....) 293. 
Hannah 0761-....) 52. 
Jonathan 1st (....-1691) 176. 
Jonathan 2d (1663-1748) 176. 
Jonathan 3d (1690-1752) 175, 176. 
Mary (1655-1711) 186. 
Mary (....-....) 136. 

THORLEY. 

Martha (....-1700) 172. 
THORN, THORNE. 

Sarah (....-1713) 147. 

Sarah B. (1792-1859) 218. 

Thomas 0733-1801) 218. 

William B. (1766-1796) 218. 

THURLOW. 

Mary (....-....) 214. 



THURSTON. 

Daniel (....-1693) 172. 
Daniel 2d (1661-1738) 172. 
Daniel 3d (1690-1720) 172. 
Edward (1617-1707) 252, 396. 
Jonathan (1659-1740) 252, 396. 
Mary (1685-1740) 252, 396. 
Sarah (1719-1753) 172. 

T1DD. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 262, 273. 
John (....-1643) 272. 
John, Jr. (....-....) 272. 
Mary (....-1705) 272. 

T1LDEN. 

Judith (....-....) 118. 
Mary (....-....) 138. 
Nathaniel (....-1641) 138. 

TILESTON. 

Grace (1694-1721) 152. 
TILLEY, TELLY. 

Elizabeth ( 1606, 1607-1687, 

....) 58, 162, 239, 255. 

John (....-1621) 59, 239. 

TILLINGHAST. 

Lydia (1665-1707) 233. 
Pardon (1622-1718) 233. 

TILLMAN. 

Elizabeth (....-1845) 307. 
TILLSON. 

Edmund (....-....) 138. 

Ephraim ( - ) 138. 

Mercy (....-....) 138. 

TTMBERLAKE. 

Lewis (1802-1856) 303. 
William S. (1843-....) 303. 

TINKHAM. 

Martha (Cobb) (1691-1775) 138. 
TISDALE, TISDALL. 

John (....-1675) 34, 35, 321. 

Sarah (1649-1726) 35, 321. 

T1TCOMB. 

Sarah (1693-....) 254. 
TITHERTON. 

Mary (....-1731) 29. 
TITUS. 

Abiel (1641-1737) 159. 

Abigail (1652-....) 224. 

Charlotte (1781-1825) 159. 

Elizabeth ( - ) 305. 

John (1627-1689) 224. 

John (1684-1754) 159. 

John (1752-1830) 159. 

Robert (1600-....) 159, 224. 

TODD. 

Lucy (1813-1891) 171. 

Lydia (....-....) 206. 

Samuel (1645-....) 206. 
TOMLINSON. 

Bathsheba (....-1735) 246. 



546 



TOMPKINS. 

Elizabeth (....-1703) S74. 
TONGE. 

Mary (1656-....) 373. 
TORRANCE. 

Adam (1801-1881) 304. 

Ell (1844-....) 304. 

TOWER. 

Ambrose (1700- ) 64. 

Benjamin (1654-1722) 64. 
Hannah (....-1722) 340, 343. 
John (1609-1702) 64, 340, 344. 
Joseph (1723-....) 64. 
Thankful (1754-....) 64. 

TOWNE. 

Ed-ward P. (1834-1867) 305. 
Edward P. (1867-....) 305. 

Johanna (1668- ) 263. 

Joseph (1639-1713) 263. 

TOWNER. 

Ellen (1840-1882) 80. 
TOWNSEND. 

Henry 1st (1649-1703) 305. 

Henry 2d (....-....) 305. 

Henry 3d (....-....) 305. 

Henry 4th (1725-1803) 305. 

Henry 5th (1752-1815) 305. 

John 1st (....-....) 805. 

John (1859-....) 305. 

Susannah (....- ) 293. 

Theodore (1826-....) 305. 

TRACT. 

Burr R. (1844-....) 306. 
Eliashib (1748-1786) 199. 
Elizabeth (1676-1739) 196. 
Elizabeth (1737-1772) 91, 92, 93. 
Panning (1773-1857) 199. 
Francis (1690-1755) 306. 
George (1797-1877) 306. 
Isaac ( 1706-1779, ....) 91, 

92 
Isaac (1716-....) 306. 
John (1642-1702) 92, 115, 196, 197. 
John, Jr. (1673-1726 ) 92, 

115. 
John (1700-....) 115. 
Jonathan (1646-1711) 306. 
Joseph P. (1874-....) 306. 
Josiah (1730-1806) 114, 115. 
Lucy A. (1811-1898) 199. 
Miriam (1649-....) 197. 
Phineas (1721-1760) 199. 
Rachel (1777-....) 113, 115. 
Sarah (1622-....) 142. 
Solomon (1651-1732) 200. 
Solomon (1688-1751) 200. 
Solomon (1756-1835) 306. 
Thomas (1610-1685 ) 91, 95. 

115, 197, 200, 306. 

TRASK, TRASKE. 
Sarah (1634-....) 307. 
Susan (na) (1676-....) 62, 262. 

William ( 1587-1666 ) 

62, 262, 307. 



William (...., 1640-1691, ....) 
62, 262. 

TREADWAY. 

Elizabeth (1646-1681) 311. 

TREAT. 

Honor ( 1616-....) 31, 268, 

270, 366, 377. 
Joanna (1618-1694) 246, 336. 
Richard (1584-1669) 31, 246, 268, 
270, 336, 366, 377. 

TREDWBLL. 

Glorianna (1731-1814) 339. 
TRICO. 

Oatalyntie (1605-1689) 227. 
TROWBRIDGE. 

Caleb (1692-1760) 266. 

James (1636-1717) 266, 307. 

John (1702-1772) 307. 

Luther (1756-1802) 307. 

Sarah (1724-1788) 265. 

Stephen Van R. (1794-1859) 307. 

Thomas (1677-1725) 307. 

Thomas (1734-1804) 307. 

William P. (1828-1892) 307. 

William P. (1861-....) 307. 

TRUE. 

Elizabeth (1714-1767) 299. 
Henry (1644-1735) 300. 
Jabez (1685-1749) 300. 
Ruth (1683-1720) 299. 

TRUMBULL. 

John (....-1647) 172. 
Mary (....-1715) 172. 

TUCK. 

Mary (....-....) m. 

TUCKER. 

Mary (1641-1710) 395. 
Mary (1757-1812) 292. 
Moses (1704-1769) 292. 
William P. (1824-1886) 309. 
William P. (1854- ) 309. 

TUDOR. 

Mary (1660-....) 28, 393. 

TURNER. 

Charles (1762-1802) 149, 150 
Eliza K. (1799-1890) 149. " 
Mary ( - ) 47. 

TURNEY. 

Joan ( - ) 248. 

Judith (1635-1703) 29. 

TUTTLE. 

John (1596-1656) 211. 

Jonathan (1637- ) 380. 

Mary (1635-....) 211. 
Mary (1666-....) 380. 

TWrTCHELL. 

Mary (1659-1699) 145. 



547 



TYLER. 

Mabel (1723-1792) 103. 
Moses (1642-....) 119. 
Moses (1667-1732) 119. 
Sarah (1696-....) 118. 

TYNDALE. 

Elizabeth V. (1812-1866) 218. 
Robinson (1775-1842) 218. 

UNDERHILL. 

Deborah (....-....) 305. 
John (1596-1672) 305. 

UPHAM. 

Edward (1710-....) 318. 
Henry P. (1837-....) 310. 
Isaac (1714-1792) 310. 
James (1687-....) 317. 
Joel W. (1803-1879) 310, 312, 

313. 
John (1597, 1600-1681) 310, 317. 
Martha (1714-....) 313, 316, 320. 
Mary (1752-1826) 313, 316, 318, 

320. 
Nathan (1750-1828) 310. 
Phine(h)as (1635-1676) 310, 317. 
Phine(h)as (1659-1720) 310, 317. 
Phineas 3d (1682-1766) 310. 
Pliny (1779-1849) 310. 

UPSHALL. 

Elizabeth (1636-....) 294. 
Nicholas (....-....) 294. 

UTL.ET. 

Sarah A. (1816-....) 257. 
VAN CORTXANDT. 

Maria, Marie ( 1645-1669) 

111, 382. 

Oloffl S. (1600-1683, 1684) 111, 382. 

VANDERVOORT. 

Elsie (1720-1784) 303, 304. 
Paulus (....-....) 303, 304. 

VAN NIBUKERK. 

Geertle B. P. (....-1656) 111. 
VAN RENSSELAER. 

Anne (1665-1715) 382. 

Jeremias ( 1629-1674) 111, 

112, 382. 

Maria (....-....) 110. 

VAN SCHAICK. 

Geertie G. (....-... ,) 111. 
Goosen G. (....-1676) 111. 

VAN SCHOONHOVEN. 

Mary (....-....) 228. 
VAN SCHULYER. 

Alida (1658-....) 180. 

Pilyp P. (1628-1683) HI, 181. 

VAN SLICHTENHORST, 
VAN SCHLICHTENHORST. 

Brant A. (....-1668) 110, 111. 

Margaretha, Margarita ( , 

1709-1711) 111, 181. 



VAN WYCK. 

Hannah (....-....) 160. 
Margaret (....-....) 303. 

VASSAL!,. 

Judith (1619-1670) 312, 359. 
William (1592-1655) 312, 359, 397. 

VAUGHAN. 

Eliott (1711-....) 77. 
George (1676-1725) 78. 
Sarah (1740-1816) 77. 
William (....-....) 78. 

VINAX,. 

Grace (....- ) 79. 

VORE. 

Mary (....-....) 365. 

Richard (....-....) 365. 

WADE, 

Benjamin P. (1800-1878) 313, 316, 

318, 319, 320. 
Benjamin P. (1866-....) 313. 
Deborah (1667-....) 371. 
James (1750-1826) 313, 316, 318, 

320. 
James P. (1843-....) 313, 314, 

320 321 
John P.' (1872-....) 320. 

Jonathan, Sr. ( -1683) 371. 

Jonathan Sr. (....-1684) 317. 
Jonathan (1637-1689) 371, 372. 
Nathaniel (1648-1707) 313, 316, 

320. 
Samuel (1683-1738) 313, 316, 317, 

320. 
Samuel (1715-....) 313, 316, 317, 

320. 

WADDEIGH. 

Susanna (1793-....) 255. 

WADSWORTH. 

Betsey (1792-....) 281. 

WAGER. 

Elizabeth (1797-1870) 340, 343. 

WAGNER. 

Arthur L. (1853-....) 323. 
Joseph H. (1811-....) 325. 

Joseph P. ( - ) 325. 

Peter, Jr -....) 325. 

Peter 3d (....-....) 325. 

WAIT. 

Abigail (....-1836) 361. 
Benjamin (1647-1704) 350, 351 

425. 
Benjamin (1704-1778) 363. 
Canada (1678-1749) 350. 
Eunice (1722-....) 361. 
Martin (1733-....) 363, 364. 
Sarah (....-....) 312. 
William, Jr. (1682-....) 366. 

WAKEMAN. 

Elizabeth (....-....) 44. 
John (....-1661) 44. 



548 



WALDRON. 

Elizabeth (1645-....) 77. 
Mehi table (....-1776) 337. 
Richard (....-....) 78, 446. 

WALES. 

Mary (....- ) 385. 

WALKER. 

Abigail (1691-....) 37. 

Ada (1842-1901) 39. 

Arm (....-....) 393. 

Artemas B. (1813-1889) 39. 

Billings (1767-1852) 40. 

Edward (....-1735) 40, 311. 

Edward (1690-1754) 40, 811. 

Elizabeth (1730-1813) 310. 

Gideon (1737-1800) 40. 

Hannah (1646-....) 380. 

Hannah (1669-1704) 360. 

Hannah (.•••-1840) 192. 

Mary (....-....) 393. 

Sarah (1618-1676) 321. 

Thankful (1698-1750) ?9*. 

Zachariah (1637-1699) 37. 

Zachariah (1670-1753) 37. 

WALLACE. 

Elizabeth T. (1806-1878) 254. 
Joseph (1763-1844) 255. 
Rebecca (1778-1867) 215. 
Robert (....-....) 215. 

WALLET. 

Hannah (....-1711) 386, 389. 
John (1643-1712) 126. 
Sarah (1684-1726) 126. 

WALTER. 

Hannah (1699-....) 266. 

WALTON. 

Elizabeth (1629-....) 73. 

WANTON. 

Gideon (1691-1767) 297. 
Joseph (1664-1754) 297. 
Joseph (1720-1781) 297, 298, 299. 
Sarah (1745-1813) 297. 

WARD. 

Ambrose (1747-1819) 171. 
Andrew (1600-1659, 1665) 59, 248, 

339 
Anne (1620-1718) 59, 247. 
Artemus (1727-1800) 265, 419. 
Charles (1752-1802) 339. 
Charlotte (1797-1863) 285. 
Edith (....-1736) 215. 
Edmund (....-....) 339. 
Hannah (1639-1717) 51, 266. 
Lois (1773-1856) 171. 
Mary E. (1824-....) 265, 267. 
Nahum (1684-1754) 265, 266. 
Nahum (1785-1860) 265. 

Samuel (....- ) 339. 

Sarah (1789-1852) 339. 
Stephen (1730-1797) 339. 
Thomas W. (1758-1835) 265. 
William (1597-1687) 51, 265. 
William (1640-1697) 265. 



WARNER. 

Andrew (....-1682, 1684) 166, 271. 
Ann (a) (1669-1744, 1750) 350, 

352 
Daniel ( 1643-1692) 166, 268, 

271, SS9. 
John, Sir. (1615-1679) 56. 
John, Jr. (....-1705) 56. 
John 3d (1670-1751) 56. 
Sarah (1665, 1667-....) 166, 268, 

271. 
Sarah (....-1799) 56. 
Susan (1676-1742) 214. 

WAJIREN. 

Abigail (....-....) 158. 
Elizabeth (....-1670) 85, 191, 

328, 395. 
Joan (....-1680) 386. 
Mary (....-....) 197. 
Mary (,...-1691) 75, 193, 313, 

337 
Rachel (1778-1865) 287. 
Richard (...., 1583-1628) 85, 191, 

197, 328, 395. 

WASHBURN. 

Abram (1742-1785) 137. 
Abram (1795-1881) 137, 141. 
Anna (1777-1817) 181. 
Hannah (1733-1824) 142. 
Israel, Sr. (1684-....) 326. 
Israel (1718-1796) 326, 327. 
Israel (1755-1841) 326. 
Israel (1784-1876) 326, 329. 
Jemima (1710-1784) 138. 
John (1585-1670) 137, 326. 
John (1621-1686, 1690) 137, 526. 
John (1646-1719) 137. 
John (1682-1746) 137. 
Joseph (1705-1766) 143. 
Josiah (1680-1734) 138. 
Lucia C. (1823-1853) 133, 134, 137, 

141. 
Mary (1661-....) 140. 
Mary (1694-1750) 140. 
Nathaniel (1713-1750) 137. 
Nathaniel 0766-1843) 137. 
Samuel (1651-1720) 326, 327. 
Solomon (1754-....) 181. 
William D. (1831-. . . .) 326 . 

WATERMAN. 

Bethia (1687-1746) 158. 
Elizabeth (1730-1765) 196. 
John (1672-....) 197. 
Joseph (1639-1665) 158. 
Thomas (1644-1708) 197. 

WATEROTTS. 

Sarah (1717-1803) 34. 

WATERS. 

Abigail 0689-1734) 301. 
Jacob (1647-....) 301. 
Lawrence (1602-1687) 278. 
Rebecca (1640- ) 278. 

WATKINS. 

Sarah (1717-1803) 321. 
WATSON. 

Ann (....-1728) 234. 

John (....-1728) 234. 



549 



WATTLES. 

Mary (....-....) 60. 
WATTE. 

John (1618-1693) 87. 

Samuel (1650-1720) 87. 

Tabitha (1692-1721) 87. 

WEBSTER. 

Anne (....-1662) 48, 368. 
Betsey (1763-1823) 283. 
Hannah (1692-....) 211. 

John ( 1590-1661) 48, 311, 

312, 367, 368. 
Mary (....-1747) 266. 
Mary (....-....) 312. 

WEEKS. 

Renew (1660-1703) 178, 369. 

WELCH. 

Abigail (....-....) 121. 
WELD. 

Hannah (1666-1758) 257, 258. 

John (1623-1691) 258. 

Joseph (1595-1646) 257, 258. 

WELLER. 

Thankful (....-1748) 322. 

WELLES (see Wells). 
Ann (1668-1739) 29. 
Bathsheba (1711-....) 246. 
Elizabeth (....-1682) 32. 
John, St. (....-1660) 246. 
John, Jr. (....-1714) 246. 
Samuel (....-1670) 29, 30. 
Sarah (1631-1698) 333. 
Thomas (1598-1660) 29, 245, 246, 

333. 
Thomas (1690-....) 246. 

WELLINGTON. 

Benjamin (1646-1710) 282., 
Elizabeth (1673-....) 282. 

WELLS (see Welles). 

Barbara (1734-1814) 229, 237. 
Eben F. (1851-....) 331. 
Ebenezer C. (1777-1850) 331. 
Eunice (1758-1810) 269. 
Henry R. (1834-....) 335. 
James (1706-1778) 231, 234. 
John C. (1807-1862) 331. 
Mary (....-....) 306. 
Mehetabel W. (1797-1885) 283. 
Nathan A. (1771-1855) 335. 
Peter, Jr. (1681-1732) 234. 
Reuben (1802-1892) 335. 
Samuel (1745-1835) 335. 

WENTWORTH. 

Ezekiel (1651-1712) 337. 
Tamsen (1687-1753) 337. 

WENZELL. 

Henry (1791-1824) 337. 
Henry (1822-1867) 335, 337. 
Henry B. (1853-....) 335. 
John (1765-1830) 337. 

WEST. 

Mary (....-1676) 327. 



WESTCOTT. 

Damaris (....-1678) 123. 
Stukely (1592-1677) 123. 

WESTON. 

Antianette (1833-....) 82, 83, 

84. 
Daniel (1807-....) 84. 
Edmund 2d (1660-1723) 85. 
John (1695-1768) 85. 
John (1724-....) 84. 
John (1767-....) 84. 

WESTWOOD. 

Sarah (....-1730) 348. 
William (1606-1669) 348. 

WETHERELL. 

Daniel (1630-1719) 98. 
Mary (1668-1710 97, 98. 
William (1600-1684) 98. 

WETMORE. 

Hannah (....-1722) 148. 
WHEATLEY. 

Abigail 0677-1707) 340. 

Rachel (1643-1713) 387, 389. 

WHEATON. 

Mary (....-1746) 296. 

WHEELER. 

Abigail (1656-....) 214. 
Betsey (1786-1871) 61. 
Bridget (Noyes) (1725-1772) 

238 
David (1625-....) 135. 
Elizabeth (1704-1780) 134. 
Isaac (1646-1712 ) 95, 98, 

243 245. 
James (1759-....) 64. 
Jethro (1664-....) 135, 136. 
John (1640-1690) 29. 
Joseph (1656-1685) 145. 
Joseph (....-....) 63. 
Josiah (1675-1738) 358, 359. 
Martha (1669, 1670-1745) 95, 243. 

Martha ( - ) 358, 359. 

Martha ( 1717-1801 ) 95, 

243. 
Mary (1686-....) 145. 
Obadiah (1652-....) 359. 
Rebecca (1645-....) 63. 
Rebecca (1718-1809) 223. 
Sarah (....-....) 186. 

Thomas ( - ) 186. 

William (1681-1747) 244. 
0672-....) 29. 

WHEELOCK. 

Ralph (....-1663) 355. 
Rebecca (....-1667) 354, 355. 

WHELING. 

Mary (....-....) 296. 

WHIPPLE. 

Benjamin (1754-1819) 340, 343. 
Charles H. (1849-....) 338. 
David (1656-1710) 340, 343. 
David (1714-1766) 340, 343. 
Henry B. (1822-1901) 339, 340, 
343. 



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Jeremiah (1683-1721) 340, 343. 

John (1605-1669) 190. 

John (1617-1685) 68, 339, 340, 343. 

John H. (1795-1859) 340, 343. 

Mary (1634-1720) 190. 

Mary (1648-1698) 67. 

Sarah (1642-1687) 68. 

WHITCOMB. 

Joanna (1674-1717) 278. 

Josiah (1638-1718) 278. 
WHITE. 

Abigail (1703-1757) 364. 

Andrew (1700- ) 330. 

Anna (1649-1714) 312. 

Asa (1747-1829) 345. 

Chester W. (1797-1868) 345, 347. 
349, 350. 

Cyrus (1794-1873, 1876) 353, 356, 
360. 

Daniel (1639-1713) 61, 345, 352. 

Daniel (1661-1739) 376. 

Daniel (1671-1726) 345. 

Edward (1683-1716) 385. 

Eldad (1768-1823) 353. 

Elizabeth (1652-....) 359. 

Joel (1770-1837) 356, 360. 

John, Sr. (....-1673) 273. 

John (....-1683, 1684) 61, 345, 
353, 375, 376. 

John (1684-1725) 356, 357. 

Joseph (1687-1770) 353, 354. 

Josiah (1643-1714) 272, 357. 

Josiah (1729-1809) 353, 354. 

Martha (1730-....) 329. 

Mary (....-1711) 92, 116. 

Mary (....-1768) 39. 

Mary (....-....) 302. 

Nathaniel (1629-1711) 353, 376. 

Nathaniel (1652-1742) 353. 

Patience 0714-1786) 385. 

Hebeeca (1805-1843) 353, 356, 360. 

Resolved (1614-1690) 312, 359. 

Ruth G. (1821-1885) 103. 

Sarah (1662-1723) 60. 

Sarah (1680-....) 272. 

Sarah (1711-1790) 385. 

Simeon (1708-1779) 345. 

Susannah (1694-1786) 376. 

Thomas, Sr. (1719-1806) 356. 

Thomas, Jr. (1740-1814) 356, 357, 
497. 

William (1829-1892) 353, 356, 360, 
361, 366. 

William C. (1853-....) 345. 

William G. (1854-....) 353. 

WHITEHEAD. 

Daniel (1646-1704) 226. 
Mary (....-....) 226. 
Sarah (1729-1769) 207. 

WHITFIELD. 

Ahigail (....-....) 201. 

WHITING. 

Anne (1698-1778) 194. 
John (1635-1686) 197. 
Samuel (....-1725) 195, 197. 

WHITLOCK. 

Rose (....-1691) 76. 



WHITMAN. 

Abiah (1646-1727) 141. 
John (1602-1692) 141, 192, 329. 
Judith (....-....) 329. 
Mary (1683-....) 141. 
Mary (....-1774) 192. 
Zachariah (1644-1726) 192. 

WHITMORE. 

Alice (1768-1865) 47. 
Prances (1671-....) 176. 
Francis (1625-1685) 48, 176. 
Francis (1696-....) 48. 
Jacob (1736-....) 48. 
Thomas (1673-1751) 48. 

WHITNEY. 

Charles M. (1828-....) 370, 371. 
Edward W. (1801-1848) 370, 371. 
Ephraim (1728-1801) 370. 
Prank I. (1850-....) 369. 
Harry E. (1851-....) 370. 
Jonas (1699-1770) 370. 
Madison (1813-1856) 369. 
Moses (1655-1710) 370. 
Samuel W. (1769-1852) 370. 

WICKWIRE. 

Alvin B. (1796-1887) 373, 380. 
Arthur M. (1867-....) 373. 
Christopher (1679-1746) 373. 
James (1725-1801) 373. 
James (1759-1822) 373. 
John (....-1712) 373. 
Manley H. (1834-....) 373, 376, 
378, 380. 

WIGGLESWORTH. 

Dorothy (....-....) 317. 
WIGHT. 

Abigail (1655-....) 281. 
WIGHTMAN. 

Mary (1704-1777) 269. 
WILBOR. 

Abigail (....- ) 123. 

Samuel (....-1679) 124. 

WILBUR. 

Martha (1690-1760) 252. 
WIDCOXSON. 

Hannah (1665-....) 375. 

WILDER. 

Abigail (1718-....) 276. 
Dorothy (1686-....) 276. 
Eunice (1690-1778) 356. 
James (1680-1739) 277. 
John (1673-....) 272, 273. 
Mary (1703-1789) 271. 
Nathaniel (1630, 1650-1704) 276. 

356. 
Thomas (1645-1717) 277. 

WILKINS. 

Sarah (....-....) 263. 
WILKINSON. 

Jane (....-....) 372. 



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WILLARD. 

Deborah (....-1615-1721) 105, 290 
George (....-....) 105, 106, 291. 
Hannah (1698-....) 171. 
Josiah (....-1674) 17L 
Simon (1605-1676) 171, 484. 

WILLET, WILLETT. 
Sarah (1643-1665) 254. 
Thomas (1610-1674) 254. 

WILLET. 

Adeline (1S24-....) 39. 
Wilson (1798-1855) 39. 

WILLIAMS. 

Britten M. (1802-1840) 209. 
Chloe (1772-1847) 221. 
Daniel (1642-1712) 67. 
Eliza (1805-1893) 209. 
Elizabeth (....-....) 285. 
Emma H. (1826-....) 207, 209. 
Esther (1743-1814) 93. 
Hannah (1726-1807) 334. 
Hannah (1753-1829) 238. 
Isaac (1638-1704, 1707) 95, 243. 
Jacob (1689-1753) 378. 
Jerusha (1736-1815) 377. 
John (1667-1702) 95, 243. 
John (1692-1761) 243. 
Jonas (1722-....) 209. 
Lucy (....-....) 142. 
Mary (....-1740) 67. 
Phoebe (1731-....) 169. 
Richard B. (1780-1858) 209. 
Robert (1593-1693) 95, 243. 
Roger (1599-1683) 67, 452. . 
William (1697-....) 95. 
William (1716-1801) 243. 
(....-....) 182. 

WILLIAMSON. 

Daniel (....-1728) 169. 
John (1690-1760) 169. 
Mary (1715-....) 169. 

WILLIS (see Wills, Wyllls). 
Azariah (1772-1810) 222. 
Hannah (....-....) 139. 
John (....-1692) 139. 
Mary (1682-....) 175. 
Sophronia (1794-1869) 221. 
Thomas (1638-1725) 175. 

WLLLOUGHBY. 

Francis (1613-1671) 234, 235. 
Susanna (1664-1709) 235. 

WILLS (see Willis). 

Daniel Sr. (1633-1698) 392. 
Daniel Jr. (1658-1727) 392. 
Elizabeth (....-....) 392. 
Prances (....-1678) 350. 
James (....-1759) 392. 
Joshua (1647-1721) 222. 
Joshua (1672-....) 222. 
Joshua (1700-1767) 222. 
Micajah (....-1797) 392. 
Solomon (1731-1807) 222. 



WILSON. 

Dorcas (1657-1714) 34. 
Seaborn (....-1721) 212. 

WINDER. 

Elizabeth (1691-....) 150. 
Thomas (....-....) 151. 

WING. 

Elizabeth (1729-1816) 216. 
WINN. 

Ann (1626-1682) 34. 

Elizabeth (1628-1695) 35. 

WINNB. 

Annisca (1694-1759) 112. 

Franz ( - ) 112. 

Peter (....-....) 302. 

Rachel ( - ) 302. 

WINSHIP. 

Edward (1613-1688) 372. 

Margaret (1664-....) 372. 

WINSLOW. 

James (1687-1773) 177. 

Job (1641-1720) 177. 

Job (1745-1833) 177. 

John (1597-1674) 129. 

Josiah (1605, 1606-1674) 92, 115, 

196, 292. 
Kenelm (1599-1672) 178, 371. 
Kenelm, Jr. (1635-1715) 371. 
Kenelm (1713-1777) 370, 371. 
Marcy (1741-....) 370. 
Mary (1646-1721) 92, 115, 196, 197. 
Nathan (1713-1772) 177. 
Rachel (1794-....) 177. 
Rebecca (1642-1683) 291, 292. 
Samuel (1674-....) 371. 
Susanna (....- ) 129. 

WINTON. 

David B. (1837-....) 381. 
William C. (1868-....) 381. 

WISE. 

Sarah (....-....) 135. 

WISWALL. 

Widow (....-....) 187. 

WOLCOTT. 

Ann(a) (...., 1620-1700, 1701) 40, 

88 232 300 
Henry (1578-1655) 40, 89, 232, 300. 
Roger (1679-1767) 89, 90. 
Simon (1624-1687) 89. 
Ursula (1723-1788) 88. 

WOLLEN. 

Jean (....- ) 380. 

WOOD. 

Eliza T. (1826-....) 149. 
Frederick (1797-1835) 149. 
Joseph (1674-1743) 152. 
Josiah (1629-1691) 152. 
Rebecca (....-....) 272. 
Ruth (1636-1697) 310, 317. 
Ruth (1662-1734) 135. 



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Thomas (1635-1687) 135. 
Thomas (1708-....) 152. 
Thomas (1740-1814) 152. 
William (1766-1806) 149. 

WOODBRIDGE. 

Dudley (1705-1790) 267, 269. 
Ephraim (1680-1725) 267, 269. 
John (1613-1695) 39, 267, 269 
John, Jr. (1644-1691) 267, 269. 
Joseph (1749-1809) 269. 
Julia M. (1796-1878) 269, 279. 
Martha (....-1738) 39. 
Sarah (1767-1855) 267. 

WOODCOCK. 

John (1615-1700) 144. 

Margaret (1742-1829) 143. 

Mary (....-....) 144. 
WOODMAN. 

Edward (1612-....) 175. 

Sarah (1642-....) 175. 

WOODS. 

Mary (....-....) 209. 
WOODWARD. 

Amos (1769-1814) 384. 

Daniel (1653-....) 384. 

Francis W. (1830-....) 382. 

George (1621-1676) 384. 

Park (1726-1808) 384. 

Thankful (....-....) 103, 365. 

Thomas (....-....) 384. 

William A. (1801-1883) 382, 384. 

WOOLSEY. 

Sarah (....-....) 226. 
WOOLSTON. 

Elizabeth (....-1780) 392. 

WOOSTER. 

Dorothy (1675-....) 274. 

Samuel (....-1681) 274. 
WORCESTER. 

Susannah (1671-....) 253. 
WORDEN. 

Mary (....-1723) 262. 

Mercy (1641-1688) 371. 

Peter (...., 1609-1681) 262, 371. 
WORK. 

Sarah (....-....) 391. 

WORRJXOW. 

Jane (....-....) 169. 



WORTHEN. 
Dorothy (. 



-....) 150. 



WRIGHT. 

Anne (....-....) 305. 
Annie J. (1822-1895) 392. 
Benjamin (1784-1861) 339. 
Benjamin (1809-1886) 228. 
Cornelia (1816-1890) 339, 340. 
Ebenezer (1663-1748) 311, 312. 
Eliphal (....-....) 305. 
Elizabeth (1666-....) 366. 
Experience (1756-1789) 310. 
Hannah (....-1660) 358, 497. 
Ithamer (1734-1802) 310. 
Mary S. (1809-1885, 1886) 228. 
ObadSah (1693-1773) 310. 
Phoebe (....-1816) 249. 
Samuel, Jr. (1630-1675) 311, 366. 
Sarah (1652-....) 45. 
Ursula (1806-....) 249. 

WYATT. 

Elizabeth (1665-1737) 350. 
Joanna (....-1722) 351, 352. 
John (....-1668) 350. 

WYLLIS, WYLLYS (see Willis). 
Cornelia (1754-1781) 319. 
George (....-1645) 154, 207. 
Mehitable (1658-1676) 207. 
Ruth (....-1730) 153. 
Samuel (1632-1709) 153, 154, 207. 

WTMAN. 

Ashley (1801-1888) 48. 
Mary A. (1833-....) 45, 48. 
Solomon (1766-1857) 50. 

YATES. 

Eva (....-....) 302. 
Joseph (1695-....) 302. 

YEOMANS. 

Millicent (....-1737) 222. 

TORKE. 

Dorothy ( 1582-1643 ) 

39, 267, 270, 313, 316, 320. 

TOUNG. 

Alexander (1768-1834) 386, 388. 
Alexander (1800-1854) 386, 388, 

389 
Edward B. (1864-....) 385. 
Edward J. (1829-....) 385, 386. 
George B. (1840-....) 388. 



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